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Rivers Crises: Why Fubara Signed The Peace Agreement With Wike



The Rivers State governor Similanayi Fubara has acknowledged that he signed the eight (8) points peace resolution agreement with the FCT minster Nyesom Wike at the Presidential Villa Abuja on Monday.

This was confirmed by the Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communications, Joseph Johnson, on Wednesday December 20th.

Recall that there was a controversial 8 points peace resolution document flying on social media was allegedly signed by Fubara and the former governor of Rivers State and FCT minister Nyesom Wike after meeting with president Tinubu at the Presidential Villa Abuja.

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The Eight Points Peace Resolution Agreement Are:

  1. All matters in court to be withdrawn immediately.
  2. -Impeachment proceedings to be dropped immediately.
  3. -Leadership of RSHA led by Martin Amaewhule to recognize 27 members who resigned from the PDP.
  4. -Remuneration and benefits of all members of RSHA & staff to be reinstated with no more interference with the funding of RSHA by the governor.
  5. -RSHA to choose where to sit and conduct legislative business without interference/hindrance from executive.
  6. -Governor Fubara to represent the state budget to properly constituted RSHA.
  7. -Names of all commissioners who resigned to be resubmitted to the House of assembly for approval.
  8. -No caretaker committee for LG in Rivers state; dissolution of LG administration is null and void.

Johnson, who spoke on Channels TV, said the governor will implement the agreement reached because he is committed to the process of peace.

He said, “There is nothing to doubt it. We have gone beyond the issue as to who signed, and who didn’t sign.

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