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RIVERS STATE GOVERNOR NYESOM WIKE REVEALS PLANS TO INAUGURATE FIRST PHASE OF TRANS-KALABARI ROAD AND SECOND PHASE OF SAKPENWA-BORI-KONO ROAD

Written by on August 17, 2022

The Rivers State governor NYESOM WIKE says he is going to inaugurate the first phase of the Trans-Kalabari road and the second phase of the Sakpenwa-Bori-Kono road in the next few months.
Governor WIKE disclosed this at the inaugurating of the remodeled Waterlines Building along the Port Harcourt-Aba Expressway in Port Harcourt.

Governor Wike who attributed the secret behind the success of his administration in the delivery of people-oriented projects, also disclosed that funds have been approved for the completion of the Andoni session of the Ogoni-Opobo-Andoni Unity Road.

The Governor however urged the people of Andoni to take ownership of the project and ensure that the workers are not kidnapped while the project last to avoid obstruction of work and delay in the completion of the project.

He further announced that the state government has released money for the rehabilitation of Abuloma road and Victoria Street in Port Harcourt City Local Government Area as part of his administration effort to make life comfortable for the people.

Governor Wike expressed delight with the quality of work done by the contractor, saying the remodeled waterlines building has changed the landscape of Port Harcourt and waded always criminals and harlots who used the building to perpetrate evil.
Inaugurating the building, the former Governor of Kogi State, IBRAHIM IDRIS, noted that the people-oriented projects initiated and inaugurated by the Governor WIKES administration are testimonies of good leadership, with the welfare of Rivers people at heart.

IDRIS described Governor WIKE as a rally point not only to Rivers people, but by extension the entire country and admonished him to remain steadfast and committed to the ideals of the PDP and ensure its victory at the 2023 general election.


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