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Majority of Rivers schools dilapidated, says Fubara

Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, emphasized the commitment of his administration to address the challenges facing the educational sector in the state. He made these remarks during a thanksgiving service organized by the Okrika Local Government Area chapter of the ‘Simplified Movement’ to celebrate his victory at the Supreme Court.

Represented by Awajinombek Abiante, the member representing Andoni-Opobo/Nkoro Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Governor Fubara described the neglect in the educational sector as a deliberate strategy to keep the people’s minds in perpetual bondage. He expressed concern over reports indicating a shortage of teachers and the dilapidated state of many schools, stressing that this neglect had accumulated over time.

Governor Fubara affirmed his administration’s determination to reverse this trend and ensure that Rivers people have access to quality education. He highlighted ongoing efforts to revitalize schools, starting with the renowned Okrika Grammar School, as part of a broader rehabilitation program.

“We have come to break the chains that have bound us,” Governor Fubara declared. “Every demand and entitlement of every part of this state shall be attended to without fanfare on our streets.”

He urged unwavering support from the people, emphasizing that their government is committed to serving their interests. Chief Adokiye Amiesimaka, the Chairman of the occasion, echoed the need for politicians to prioritize the welfare of their constituents over personal interests. Similarly, former acting Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, Mrs. Ibim Semenitari, commended the governor for his commitment to peace.

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