When Our Enemy Want to Portray Us, They’ll Say Asawana, But I’m Not Going to do Asawana—According to Sim Fubara

When Our Enemy Want to Portray Us, They'll Say Asawana, But I'm Not Going to do Asawana—According to Sim FubaraSiminalayi Fubara, the governor of Rivers State, has sworn to thwart attempts by his political rivals to damage his character. Fubara responded to the critics in a video message that Sahara TV released, stating, “When our enemies want to portray us in a bad light, they’ll say Asawana, but I’m not going to indulge in such tactics.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Instead, the governor reaffirmed his commitment to working with Ekweremeka, a move that signals his focus on governance rather than political vendettas. Governor Fubara demonstrated his dedication to the well-being of the people of Rivers State, refusing to be distracted by petty politics.

He emphasized the importance of effective leadership and accountability in governance. Fubara announced the replacement of the chairman of the council, pointing out that his leadership is not in line with his government.

According to him, “I know that our enemy, when they want to portray us bad, they’ll say Asawana, so let me here today say that I’m not going to do asawana, I’ll continue with Ekweremeka.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>