We’ll Sustain NEW Rivers Vision – Rivers State Governor-Elect, Fubara

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Sir. Siminalayi Fubara

Rivers State Governor-elect, Sir. Siminalayi Fubara, has assured that his administration would consolidate on governor Wike’s New Rivers Vision.

Fubara, who was the PDP candidate polled 302,614 votes to defeat his closest rival, Mr. Tonye Cole of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who had 95,274 votes. The Social Demcratic Party candidate, Senator Magnus Abe came a distant third with 46,981.

In his acceptance speech shortly after the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, announced him as winner, Fubara said:

“We are going to work with everybody who believes in the New Rivers Vision to continue to build better lives, good services, protection of the dignity of every Rivers man and woman, protection of the integrity of this state in all phases and to make sure that we continue to defend our party in this state.

“Our vision is simple, it is anchored on the New Rivers Vision. We are to continue, to improve and to develop more on it. I want to thank the leadership of the party and the good people of Rivers State who believed in the New Rivers vision and ensured that the vision is the right vision. On the 18th of March, 2023 they supported us, they came out in their large numbers and voted for the unity and progress of this state.”

The governor-elected assured the people of Rivers State and the leadership of the PDP that his administration will not disappoint them.

“We give God all the glory and our foundation has always been God, and we believe He is going to give us the wisdom to carry this crown, its a big one. My principal will be leaving a very big shoe, I will need a lot of stockings so my leg can fit in properly.

“So, I need to start working on it. I need all of you to continue to support us, for us to achieve and maintain the standard that the governor has already laid and established for us”, he said.

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