“Peace Initiative implementation is not a sign of weakness, I will suprise them”. Gov. Fubara says



The Governor of Rivers State, Siminalayi Fubara, said that anyone who thinks his commitment to the presidential peace agreement is a sign of weakness is in for a big surprise.



Governor Fubara mentioned that he had received numerous comments in the media regarding the peace initiative’s implementation, and he decided to remain silent as a demonstration of his maturity and wisdom.


The governor emphasized the need to provide accurate information for clarity. He described the acceptance of President Bola Tinubu’s intervention and the resulting agreement as a political resolution.


This information was shared in a statement released in Port Harcourt on Wednesday by his Chief Press Secretary, Nelson Chukwudi, and provided to reporters.


He said “Let me say it here for record purposes: What is happening here in our dear state is somebody who has respect for an elder. Mr. President invited all the parties to Abuja and came out with a resolution that we should go and implement. That resolution, I am implementing it. It is not a constitutional implementation. It is a political solution to a problem.

“I am doing it because of the respect I have for Mr President. But, let me say here, if that action that I have accepted to take would be seen as a weakness, I will surprise them. I want this message to go to them.”