“My one year achievements beat previous eight-year record” – Gov Fubara boasts

“My one year achievements beat previous eight-year record” – Gov Fubara boasts
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Sim Fubara, Rivers State Governor, has declared that the achievements of his administration within the past year exceeded the performance of the previous administration in eight years.

Fubara however lamented that his administration only settled down to work three months ago due to the political crisis rocking the state.

 The governor spoke at Ngo Town during the official inauguration of the Andoni section of the Ogoni-Andoni-Opobo Unity Road project, in Andoni Local Government Area of the state yesterday.

The governor insisted that the accomplishments were secured within three months that his administration had settled down to work, given the festering political crisis.

The governor in a statement by his spokesman, Nelson Chukwudi, assured that in the next six months, the people of the state should expect to see evidence of significant investment that his administration had made to change the narrative.

His words: “I was at the Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF) meeting on Wednesday, and we were given an update from the chart on the medical position of all the states. It was in zones.

“You won’t believe that in that chart, everything that has to do with enrollment, even the level of facilities that is on ground in that assessment, Rivers State was classified as below benchmark. It is a pity.

“It is not something that just happened in a day. It is not something that just happened within my time in government. No, no. It is statistics collated over a period of timeSo, it means when we tell you that our target is education, healthcare and agriculture, we didn’t make any mistake.

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“We might have done other things, but those key areas have not been adequately attended to. And we promise our people this afternoon that by the special grace of God, in the next six months, there will be a total change in the health sector of Rivers State.”

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