Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, has expressed his confidence in President Bola Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda.

Fubara, in a statement signed by his special assistant media, Boniface Onyedi, told the organised labour that the president was capable of addressing their concerns.

The governor, who addressed labour through the Head of the Rivers State Civil Service, Dr. George Nwaeke, said: We have seen what you listed in your demands; they are all national issues and we have hope in the Renewed Hope Agenda of the federal government, and I know governor Fubara will also deliver this message as presented by you to Mr President.”

Fubara, however, assured that his administration would do whatever was within its powers to continue to reduce the level of suffering occasioned by the growing economic hardship.


The governor said aside from the provision of palliative buses for use by all residents, his administration was developing 20,000 housing units for low-income earners to live in decent houses.

Fubara also said his administration was completing the processes of employment of 10,000 youths into the state civil service and had directed the promotion of all categories of civil servants.

He recalled that in December, civil servants got N100,000 paid to them as a Christmas bonus, saying it served as part of ongoing measures outlined to better the lots of Rivers people.



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