“I Do Not Owe Anybody Apology”: Top PDP Governor Defends Decision To Send Children To Private School

Jul 20, 2023 | Entertainment, News


  • Governor Siminialayi Fubara attended the graduation ceremony of his son, Joseph, at Private Green Oak International School, Port Harcourt
  • Fubara said he will not apologise to anybody for enrolling his children in a private school in the state
  • The governor said he owes his children the best by sending them to good schools for quality education

Port Harcourt, Rivers State – Governor Siminialayi Fubara of Rivers State has defended his decision to send his children to a private school in the state capital, Port Harcourt.

As reported by Daily Trust, Fubara said he does not owe anybody an apology for enrolling his children in a private school.

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Governor Fubara says he will not apologise for sending his children to private school. Photo Credit:Samuel Nwanosike/Ebony Nengi Tochi
Source: Facebook

The governor stated this on Wednesday, July 19, while speaking at the graduation ceremony of the 2023 Grade Six Class of Private Green Oak International School, Port Harcourt.

He attended the ceremony to celebrate his son, Joseph, among the graduands.

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“As the only legacy you have is quality children, even if you have the whole houses in the world, have all the money, it amounts to nothing when you don’t have a worthy successor.

“What I owe them is the best and if the best is sending them to school that I believe in their skills, I do not owe anybody an apology for that. So, I thank you for what you’re doing. Don’t lower the bar.”

Wike Publicly Tells Fubara 3 Ways to Govern Rivers State Successfully

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Nyesom Wike, the former governor of Rivers State, has been seen educating his successor, Siminalayi Fubara, on how to govern the state successfully.

Wike, who left the office, was seen in a viral video speaking at an event where he had been invited to lay down the foundation for the beginning of another infrastructural project in the state, extolling the humility of his successor, Fubara.

Wike to Rivers: “Don’t expect Fubara to behave like me”

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has told the people of the state not to expect the incoming Governor, Siminialaye Fubara, to adopt his style in relating with them.

But the Governor insisted that with the support of the people, Fubara and his deputy, Prof. Ngozi Odu, would surpass his record of success.

Source: Legit.ng





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