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Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, Declares End to Political Crisis

Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, has declared that the worst of the political crisis that rocked the state is over. He made this announcement at a thanksgiving reception organized by King Ateke Tom, the Amanyanabo of Okochiri Kingdom, to celebrate his 60th birthday.


Governor Fubara expressed his appreciation for King Ateke Tom’s support and assured him that his administration is committed to delivering quality services and infrastructure projects. He noted that attaining 60 years is a significant feat, especially in contemporary times, and attributed King Ateke Tom’s longevity to God’s providence.


The governor praised King Ateke Tom for his efforts in promoting peace and development in the state and assured him of his administration’s continued support. He also thanked guests for celebrating with King Ateke Tom and acknowledged his contributions to the people of Okrika.


Governor Fubara’s declaration marks a significant turning point in the state’s political landscape, which was plagued by crisis last year. The crisis had raised concerns about the state’s stability and development, but the governor’s assurance has brought relief to residents and stakeholders.


The governor’s commitment to delivering quality services and infrastructure projects is in line with his administration’s ‘people first’ mantra. This mantra has guided the administration’s policies and programs, aimed at improving the lives of residents and promoting economic growth.


King Ateke Tom’s contribution to peace and development in the state has been significant, and his elevation to first-class status and conferment as the Ama Poku (spokesman) of Kirike Se is a testament to his leadership and influence. His thanksgiving reception was a celebration of his life and achievements, and the governor’s presence was a demonstration of the state government’s appreciation for his support.


The event was also an opportunity for the governor to connect with the people of Okrika and reassure them of his administration’s commitment to their well-being. The governor’s message of peace and development resonated with the guests, and his declaration that the worst of the political crisis is over was met with applause and appreciation.


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