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I’m not fearful about A’Court judgment, says Fubara

Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, has stated that he’s neither deterred nor fearful by Thursday’s Appeal Court judgement which returned Martin Amaewhule and 24 different lawmakers to the State House of Assembly.

The Appeal Court had nullified the order of a Rivers State High Court which restrained Amaewhule and the opposite lawmakers loyal to the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, from parading themselves as lawmakers.

The courtroom additionally stated solely the Federal High Court has the jurisdiction to entertain the matter of the lawmakers.

Meanwhile, Fubara has assured that his administration is not going to waver in its dedication to offering the vital infrastructure required for the speedy improvement of the State.

Fubara gave the reassurance after he inspected the extent of reconstruction work finished on the Zonal Hospital at Bori Town, headquarters of Khana Local Government Area on Friday.

This was contained in a press release issued by the Chief Press Secretary or the governor, Nelson Chukwudi, and despatched to newsmen.

The governor addressed the considerations expressed by Rivers folks over current pronouncements of the courtroom and stated there was no trigger to fret as a result of God has ready him a desk of blessings within the presence of his enemies.

“I do know that a whole lot of you’ll be questioning what’s going on and all that. The authorities has its challenges. If you go to the guide of Psalm 23 verse 5, within the Bible, it says that God prepares a desk earlier than you; it may be earlier than anyone.

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“But there may be an underlined phrase that must be famous there: it stated ‘in the presence of your enemies’. So, it implies that nothing comes simple.

“I need to guarantee each certainly one of you and the nice folks of Rivers State, that we aren’t deterred. We have made our guarantees, and we are going to proceed to present you good governance, irrespective of how tough it’s.

“But, like I said before, the worst is over. We are moving on to ensure that we continue to provide what is needed for the development of our state.”

Commenting on the mission, Fubara pointed to sectors like healthcare, schooling, and agriculture as high precedence areas that his administration is not going to compromise consideration, and can do all the pieces doable to make sure optimum companies may be accessed by the folks.

He defined: “We are right here at present. I consider that from subsequent week, we must be visiting Degema, Ahoada, and Omoku, and in addition be certain that we go to the location of the Modern General and Psychiatric Hospitals in Rumuigbo to see the extent of labor that is happening.

“But for now, we’re happy with what we’re seeing right here. When we are saying: zonal hospital, this mission is not only for the folks of Khana. It is not only for the folks of Gokana, even my very own constituency, Opobo/Nkoro will even profit from this facility.

“So, we are assuring the good people of this senatorial district that we will make sure that we put it to completion and good use,” he added.

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