The governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Rivers state, Siminialaye Fubara has promise the people of rivers state that his administration will be a prosperous one if elected as governor.
Fubara made the promise at a townhall meeting by Directorate of Intergovernmental Relations, Directorate of NGOs, Political pressure groups, and PDP Rivers state Campaign council, held in Port Harcourt. The PDP candidate said he will take rivers state to a higher level of developing, promising to continue the good work Governor Wike left behind.
Fubara added that they will sustain the New Rivers vision intensive road development programmes with more roads, bridges and flyovers.
He said “We shall facilitate the establishment of economic hubs in mechanised agriculture, manufacturing, digital economy, and oil and gas in partnership with the private sector.”
“We will continue with the current investments in the education sector and ensure that it delivers the quality that guarantees our students appropriate skills for success in their chosen endeavours.
“We will ensure that every child has access to basic education across the state by tackling the out-of-school and drop-out syndrome in our communities”.
The PDP candidate also debunks rumour that he was no longer in the governorship race saying that it is the work of mischief makers.
“I am still the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). By the special grace of God we will be running for election in that capacity, come March 18, 2023. With your support I am very sure that victory is already assured.”
“After my emergence as a candidate of the PDP, we followed it up with our campaign. We have campaigned in the 23 local government areas of this state. We have also transverse the 319 wards to preach the gospel of consolidation and continuity.
“Why did we chose consolidation and continuity, I believe in the presentation of the Medical Association and NBA,. We believe that what this present administration that I stand for is doing, we will build on them for a better and prosperous Rivers state.
“I have already done a 25 years development plan. This plan will take care not just the problem of the business community, it will take care of development, it will take care of the basic infrastructure that we need for development of businesses. It is not just the power or location but putting the facility in the right place for a better use and better productivity.”