rivers women rally

Women representing all 23 local government areas of Rivers State took to the streets of Port Harcourt on Thursday in a show of solidarity for Governor Siminalayi Fubara. Organized by the Rivers Women Unite for Sim, the march commenced at the bustling CFC junction along Aba Road, winding its way to the Polo Club in GRA. As they moved, the women exuberantly danced to the beats of various musical genres, notably Afrobeats, infusing the atmosphere with energy and enthusiasm.

Dressed in white T-shirts adorned with red and blue caps, the women brandished placards bearing diverse messages amplifying their support for Governor Fubara. Among the slogans were appeals for peace, such as “Allow Governor Sim to work in Peace” and “O God, give us peace in Rivers.” Others emphasized the invaluable nature of peace with inscriptions like “Peace is priceless” and “Rivers mothers stand for peace.” Notably, some elder women knelt and rolled on the ground with their placards, passionately beseeching for the restoration of peace in the state.

The march underscored the unity and determination of Rivers women to advocate for tranquility and progress under Governor Fubara’s leadership. Their vibrant display of support, coupled with heartfelt pleas for peace, sent a resounding message echoing through the streets of Port Harcourt, urging stakeholders to prioritize harmony and stability for the betterment of all residents.


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