Governor Fubara Defiant
Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State has taken a brave and uncompromising stand, categorically rejecting any accusations that could lead to the House of Assembly of Rivers State impeaching him.
Speaking to an enthusiastic assembly at the Assembly Complex on Monday, the governor issued a challenge, calling on those who have accused him to come out and disclose the alleged wrongdoings that are causing the rumours of his impeachment to fly.
The governor made a daring declaration today, saying, “Let them come out and tell Rivers people the offence I have committed to warrant any impeachment.” His voice was full of conviction.
Governor Fubara, who has been a prominent figure in Rivers State politics, vowed to continue working tirelessly to ensure the residents receive the full benefits of democracy. He assured the public that they would not be deprived of the dividends they rightfully deserve.
“Let me assure the people of Rivers that I will continue to ensure that you get the dividends of democracy. At the appropriate time, I will address the press,” he affirmed.
The governor’s unwavering stance comes amidst a swirling atmosphere of political speculation and uncertainty. Observers are closely monitoring the unfolding events, awaiting further developments in this matter.
Meanwhile, the Rivers State House of Assembly has not released an official statement regarding the alleged grounds for impeachment, leaving many to wonder about the specific charges that may be levied against Governor Fubara.
The situation has raised questions within political circles and among the general public, as they eagerly await both the governor’s response and any official communication from the Assembly.