"Why I Made 8 Deals with Wike", Gov Fubara Breaks Silence

"Why I Made 8 Deals with Wike", Gov Fubara Breaks Silence

  • Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers state has said that nothing is big enough to be sacrificed for the peace of the state
  • Speaking at the 3rd Convocation and 6th Founders Day ceremonies of the PAMO University of Medical Sciences, Fubara cited the quest for peace for signing his latest deals
  • On Monday, Fubara met with his predecessor, Nyesom Wike, and other Rivers stakeholders at a meeting convened by President Bola Tinubu and peace deals were made

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Port Harcourt, Rivers - The Rivers state governor, Siminalayi Fubara, has declared that no price is too much for peace to reign.

The Nation reported that Fubara expressed his commitment to ensuring peace in the state and among the people to foster development.

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Governor Fubara breaks silence on deals reached with Wike Photo Credit: Nyesom Wike, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Siminalayi Fubara
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This commitment refers to the Abuja eight deals hosted by President Bola Tinubu, in which he and other stakeholders, including his predecessor, Nyesom Wike, entered into an eight-point agreement to end the protracted crisis in the state.

The governor spoke on Tuesday, December 19, at the 3rd Convocation and 6th Founders Day ceremonies of the PAMO University of Medical Sciences in Iriebe Town, Obio-Akpor local government area.

He said:

“There is no price that will be too big to pay to ensure that peace prevails.”

Fubara assured that he was prepared to continue to pay the necessary price that would guarantee peace.

Governor Fubara speaks on providing quality and affordable education in Rivers

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He also assured that providing a quality education system and affordable public healthcare services remained two vital priorities of his administration.

The governor disclosed that some progress has been made, adding that a lot needed to be achieved in terms of collective aspirations to have access to quality education and healthcare for the state's people.

Governor Fubara then commended the giant stride made by PAMO University in the last six years. The institution, founded by the former governor of the state, Peter Odili, has, according to the governor, become the most outstanding private institution in Nigeria.

Rivers crisis: Tinubu finally make peace between Wike, Fubara with eight resolutions

Legit.ng earlier reported that Tinubu, Wike, and Fubara made eight peaceful resolutions.

The president secured Fubara's signature, who agreed to drop all cases instituted against Wike's camp.

Source: Legit.ng

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