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Rivers State Governor Fubara Commemorates One Year in Office with Infrastructure Milestones and Judicial Appointments

Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, marked his administration's one-year anniversary with a series of significant events showcasing commitment to development and justice. The highlight was the commissioning of the first phase of the Electrical Village at Kilometer 17, Port Harcourt/Aba Expressway, Iriebe, followed by the launch of the project's second phase.

In his address, Governor Fubara emphasized the project's importance in bolstering the state's investment landscape, fostering economic growth, and attracting investors. He underscored the pivotal role of public-private partnerships in amplifying opportunities for prosperity and empowerment among the populace.

Furthermore, the governor utilized the occasion to administer the oath of office to Stephens Dirialakeibama Jumbo, appointing him as a Judge of the Rivers State High Court. In doing so, Governor Fubara reaffirmed his commitment to upholding the rule of law and urged the judiciary to maintain unwavering integrity and adherence to truth.

The events encapsulated Governor Fubara's dedication to advancing infrastructure development, fostering a conducive business environment, and ensuring the administration of justice in Rivers State. As the state embarks on its journey towards progress, these initiatives serve as pillars for sustainable growth and prosperity for all its citizens.

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