The Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communications, Joseph Johnson, has confirmed the authenticity of Governor Siminialayi Fubara’s signature on the resolution document released on Monday evening.
The document was released after a meeting with President Bola Tinubu and the parties in the political crisis in Rivers State.
Johnson, who spoke on Channels TV, on Wednesday, 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.
“The Bible that we all profess says we should pursue peace will all men at all cost. Mr Governor is a stickler for the rules.
“And if His Excellency, the President has intervened, he (Fubara) is not a man of perfidy. He will not say something and do the other.
“In the next couple of hours, I will be unveiling some of the approvals His Excellency has already given as an indication that he is prepared for peace.”
He also said the governor did not show weakness when he agreed to the decisions during Monday’s meeting.
Meanwhile, the members of the Rivers State House of Assembly loyal to the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, said they will continue to perform their constitutional functions of lawmaking and oversight for the development of the state.
This is as the House presided over by Martin Amaewhule, said they withdrew the impeachment notice against Governor Siminalayi Fubara because of the intervention of President Bola Tinubu.