The People of Etche Local Government Area of Rivers State have resolved to re-elect Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike on the strength of his outstanding execution of projects in the area.
Similarly, Eleme people have assured Governor Wike that they will deploy the relevant resources to ensure his re-election in 2019.
Speaking after a project assessment tour, the Chairman of Etche Local Government Area, Mr Obinna Anyanwu has lived up to his promises to the Etche people, hence the decision to support his re-election.
He said: “The governor is giver. Governor Wike has given so much to the good people of Etche and what we owe him is to vote him again in 2019.
“Come 2019, the good people of Etche LGA will deliver 100percent to Governor Wike. We want to say thank you for the hospital at Okehi. Our thank you will not be complete with our votes to the Governor in 2019”.
The Etche Local Government Area Chairman noted that the only way the people of the area can enjoy more projects is when Governor Wike is re-elected.
Akubueze One, Charity Nwala and Justina Nwalozie who are indigenes of Etche Local Government Area also declared their support for the re-election of Governor Wike, citing the execution of numerous projects in the area as the reason for their decision.
The Eleme Local Government Area Chairman, Mr Philip Okparaji announced that Eleme people are solidly behind a second term for Governor Wike.
He said that the Eleme-Oyigbo road nearing completion has improved the economic wellbeing of the people of the area.
He said: “The Eleme people are solidly behind the Governor . There is no doubt that the governor has performed to the satisfaction of Eleme people and all of us are in support of a second term for him.
“Governor Wike has brought development to the people of Rivers State. There is no alternative to Governor Wike “.
Also speaking on the Eleme-Oyigbo road, Eze Onyeaba said before the intervention of Governor Wike, the road was a security nightmare. He said following the reconstruction of the road, the security challenge on the road has been resolved and the economy of the area back on track.