In a bold move, Governor Siminalayi Fubara has expressed deep disappointment in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), stating that the party has let down both him and the people of Rivers State.

This declaration was made during a crucial meeting held at the Government House in Port Harcourt with the Senate Committee on Privatisation, led by Senator Orji Kalu.

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Governor Fubara revealed that he and his supporters have now transformed into a movement dedicated to defending democracy, rather than merely being affiliated with a political party.

The governor’s decision to take this path stems from recent events, including a disturbing incident where an explosive device was detonated in Port Harcourt. Governor Fubara believes that this act was orchestrated to provide grounds for imposing a state of emergency in the state.

He firmly accused the PDP of failing to take decisive action against wrongdoers, specifically highlighting the party’s lack of response to the agitation for tenure elongation for former local government chairmen.

It is important to note that Governor Fubara clarified that his intention is not to engage in personal battles but to safeguard the state against predatory forces and protect the best interests of Rivers State and its supporters.

Predictably, Governor Fubara’s stance has ignited reactions from fellow party members, including Senator Abba Moro, a former Minister of Interior, who was present at the meeting.

The governor’s courageous stand for democracy and accountability marks a turning point in the political landscape of Rivers State, as he strives to ensure that the principles of good governance prevail and that the people’s trust is upheld.

This unexpected development sets the stage for a new era in Rivers State, one where the pursuit of justice and the protection of democratic values take precedence over partisan interests.

Governor Siminalayi Fubara’s unwavering commitment to defending the rights of the people is a testament to his leadership and his dedication to building a better future for the state.