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Fubara promises to fix healthcare, education, agric in 2025

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By Onyeche Igwe

Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, said nothing will ever distract the attention of his administration to take its eyes off the ball in ensuring that Rivers people get the best that will improve the quality of life that they lead.

Fubara gave the assurance while speaking with newsmen shortly after being conducted round the entire premises and structures of the Zonal Hospital in Degema Local Government Area on Saturday.

This was contained in a statement issued by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Nelson Chukwudi, and made available to newsmen.

The governor noted the concern over the absence of a befitting healthcare facility in the area but stated that the steps were being taken to address the situation.

Fubara emphasised that his administration had prioritised healthcare, education and agriculture so that Rivers people could access quality services from those key sectors.

He said his administration was committed to ensuring that Rivers people not only got critical road infrastructure delivered to them, adding that they would also be given other social amenities and services that would ensure wholesome protection for them and also give them quality healthcare services.

He said, “As I said, my target for 2025 is going to be healthcare, education and agriculture. This is just the beginning. We are here to assure our people that no matter what it is, we still have our eyes on the ball.

“I will urge the good people of Degema to continue to support us; that this government is purposeful and understands the needs of the people.”

He assured the people of Degema, Kalabari Kingdom, and the entire people of Rivers State that his administration would not compromise quality service delivery and good governance, just as it would not disappoint the people who painstakingly voted for him to govern the state at this time.

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