Governor Wike Tells Rivers People To Expect more Projects In His Administration.

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has declared that his administration will roll out more projects as a way of strengthening the state's economy.

Speaking during the inspection  of ongoing projects in Port Harcourt and Obio/Akpor Local Government Areas on Thursday, Governor Wike said that several of the ongoing  projects in the two local government areas will be delivered  by the end of the year.

The governor inspected Woji-Akpajo Bridge/Road, Elelenwo-Akpajo Road, Creek Road, Produce House, Bonny-Nembe-Bille Jerry, Garrison-Trans-Amadi-Elelenwo Road and National Industrial Court.

He said: "When the people appreciate  the developmental projects of the administration, it gives us the encouragement to give the people more infrastructure that will move the economy  of the state forward.

"When people are happy, we are happy. We are happy that we are serving our people  at this point in time. We will not disappoint them. That is what we owe the people".

The governor particularly  acknowledged the cheers of the market  women along Creek Road in Port Harcourt. He noted that after the construction  of the road, a befitting  market will  be constructed  for the market women.

"Our projects are for everyone  to see. We are not involved in propaganda.  This is not 3D. This is  live transformation  taking  place in Rivers State.

"We are one state where mass development  is taking place for the benefit of the people ", Governor Wike said.


  1. It is a good stride to build good quality roads to ease both traffic and access, but also consider efforts that would create jobs in the long term, cos construction projects only provide short term jobs, which churn the employees back to the society after the project and the burden of unemployment persist


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