Governor Wike has revived the rural economy of Rivers State, says Chief of Staff, Woke


Chief of Staff to the Rivers State Governor, Engr Chukwuemeka Woke has declared that Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has revived the rural economy of the state through state-wide project execution. 

 Speaking on Tuesday after leading some political leaders of Emohua Local Government Area to visit project sites in the area, Engr Chukwuemeka Woke said that the projects have created employment opportunities and empowered families. 

 The Chief of Staff to the Rivers State Governor visited the upgrade of the Health Centre, Ogbakiri, Rumuakundu-Rumuche road and General Hospital, Emohua. 

 He said that Governor Wike was developing rural communities by planting projects everywhere for the benefit of the people.

 Engr Chukwuemeka Woke said: “The Remodelling of the Ogbakiri Community Health Centre is one of the numerous projects aimed at improving the health of the people. Work at the Emohua General Hospital has also reached advanced stage. 

 “We thank the Governor for what he is doing for the people. You can see the number of youths working at these sites. Employment has been created and economic activities are taking place”.

 The Chief of Staff to the Rivers State Governor pleaded with the youths to continue to support workers at the different project sites for the scheduled delivery of the projects. 

 He said that the health facilities will be equipped upon completion to provide quality healthcare to the people. 

 In an interview, Member Representing Emohua State Constituency, Mr Sam Ogeh said the construction of Rumuakundu-Rumuche road is a fulfilment of the promise Governor Wike made to Emohua people. 

 A Commissioner of the Rivers State House of Assembly Service Commission, Mr Arthur Uchendu, said that the delivery of projects in Emohua Local Government Area by Governor Wike is unprecedented. 

He called on Governor Wike to heed the call of the people by contesting for a second term.