Rivers State governor, Siminalayi Fubara, says t. is no level of sabotage deliberately staged in some quarters that will make him to abandon his mandate.
Speaking during the combined quarterly meeting of the Rivers State Council of Traditional Rulers on Thursday, Fubara said he would not relinquish the mandate he received from the people to intimidation and blackmail.
He insisted that he would follow the path of peace, saying that needless crisis would not benefit the state.
In his words:
“Although these are trying times, let us not forget that Rivers State is our collective inheritance, presently under my watch, to protect, defend and advance it as the governor,”
“I assure you that I will not fail in this responsibility, nor will I surrender our mandate and progress to intimidation, blackmail, and deliberate sabotage. I reaffirm my earlier statement and recommit myself to the path of peace as t. is nothing to gain in a state of needless crisis.”
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