“We’ll make it more conducive” – Fubara reveals why he visited Rivers House of Assembly quarters

Governor Siminalayi Fubara has revealed why he visited the Rivers State House of Assembly quarters yesterday amid allegations that he was planning to pull down the structures.

The governor and his team stormed the facility in a commando-like fashion yesterday after reports that All Progressives Congress (APC) lawmakers were planning to impeach him.

The lawmakers had accused the governor of subtly intimidating them with his presence. 

But, in a post on X, the governor clarified why he was at the quarters while providing updates on other government projects.

His words: 

”As part of the projects to be commissioned in celebration of our one-year anniversary, we inspected the 15.24-kilometre Emohua-Tema road. The road is significant because it will ease travelling for our people from Kalabari and neighbouring communities.  

”The project will also assist in improving security on the road as against previous breaches along that route. This clearly demonstrates the essence of governance and our determination to positively touch the lives of the people.  

”We also took out time to visit the State Assembly Quarters with the intention to assess the state of the place in order to see what we can do to make the Quarters more conducive.”

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