My Administration Inherited ₦200bn Debt On Uncompleted Projects — Fubara

The Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, has said his administration inherited 34 uncompleted projects worth over 200 billion Naira across various Local Government Areas.

The Governor scored his administration high in the past year, despite facing what he called an unprecedented political challenge in the state.

Despite the early challenges, he highlighted his achievements in infrastructure development.

He said some of the uncompleted projects have been completed by his administration, while others are ongoing.

Governor Fubara, who spoke during a public presentation of his account of stewardship in the past year on Wednesday, said his administration is marked by significant achievements in infrastructure, economy, education and healthcare development.

Governor Fubara reflected on the political crisis that erupted shortly after his inauguration, noting that his administration truly began active governance just four months ago.

In addition to that, Governor Fubara announced that his administration initiated nine new road projects, including the ambitious Port Harcourt Ring Road and Trans-Kalabari Road, valued at over N500 billion in total within the period under review.

He said only the Port Harcourt Ring Road is being financed through borrowed funds, with the rest funded from accumulated savings by his administration.

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