Governor Fubara speaks to Rivers LG chairmen who support Wike
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Governor Siminalayi Fubara has warned local government chairmen in Rivers State aligning with Chief Nyesom Wike, the Minister of Federal Capital Territory, that they are jeopardizing their own political futures.

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Fubara reiterated his administration's full support for the people-centered policies of the President Bola Tinubu-led Federal Government, aimed at enhancing the welfare of Nigerians and providing essential social services.

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Speaking at the commissioning of the Comprehensive Primary Healthcare Centre in Ndoni Town, Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area of Rivers State, Fubara stressed his commitment to serving the broader interests of the people and enhancing their social well-being.

Former Governor of the State, Dr. Peter Odili, has endorsed Governor Fubara as the political leader of Rivers State, underscoring his administration's dedication to good governance and public welfare.

Addressing critics who label his administration as clueless, Fubara emphasized his focus on public service, stating that his government prioritizes initiatives that benefit the general populace rather than catering to individual interests.

He cautioned local government chairmen against prioritizing the interests of one individual over the collective welfare of the people, warning that such actions could derail their political careers.

Governor Fubara reaffirmed his commitment to fostering an egalitarian society where citizens are free to express their opinions and criticize the government constructively, emphasizing the importance of constructive feedback in advancing good governance.

Highlighting his administration's efforts to improve healthcare delivery, Fubara disclosed plans to increase personnel in the health sector by employing 1,000 individuals, acknowledging the inadequacy of the existing workforce to meet the sector's demands.

He also acknowledged the challenges faced by over 340 primary healthcare centers across the state and outlined ongoing rehabilitation efforts to optimize their functionality and enhance healthcare services for residents.