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RIVERS PEOPLE CELEBRATE GOVERNOR WIKE AS HE INSPECT PROJECTS IN ELEME.

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Thousands of Rivers people  on Friday trooped out to celebrate the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike as he embarked on projects inspection in Eleme, Port Harcourt and Obio/Akpor Local Government Areas.

The carnival-like celebration of Governor Wike projects execution across the 23 Local Government Areas peaked at Slaughter Road/Bridge where market women and shop owners sang the praises of the State Governor.

 The crowd joined the governor as he walked for over two kilometres to inspect progress of work on the strategic road near the Slaughter.

Accompanied by the Former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt Hon Austin Opara and  the Former Minister of Transport, Dr Abiye Sekibo, Governor Wike also inspected the Produce House And the National Industrial Court.

He further inspected the Woji-Akpajo Bridge , the Elelenwo-Akpajo Road, Garrison-Trans-Amadi-Elelenwo Road, Mile One Market, Judges Quarters, Birabi Street and the TY Danjuma Street.

Addressing journalists…

Governor Wike Commends African Queens For Their Exemplary Conduct In Port Harcourt.

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Contestants of the Miss University Africa Beauty Pageant on Friday carried out charity works in different parts of Port Harcourt, the Rivers State Capital as part of the programme  for the continental contest.

On thursday, the contestants from the 54 countries of Africa  visited the Braithwaite Memorial Specialist Hospital, Port Harcourt where they cleaned up the wards and premises of the medical facility.
 The Friday outing witnessed  the contestants controlling traffic at Eliozu to the admiration of residents and motorists.

After controlling traffic, the African Queens engaged in environmental  sanitation  along the streets of the Eliozu suburb.

The African Queens were assisted by officials of the Federal Road Safety in the control of traffic.

After concluding  their traffic control and environmental sanitation, the African Queens moved over to the Catholic  Home of the Elderly in Port Harcourt where they played with the elderly, handed them gifts and assisted them to take their medicat…