Wike’s projects ready for 3rd anniversary


Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has declared that projects for commissioning during his administration’s third year anniversary are ready.

The governor told journalists on Friday that majority of the projects  are receiving  finishing touches.

Governor Wike led members of the State Executive Council to inspect completed projects in Port Harcourt, Obio/Akpor, Eleme and Gokana Local Government Areas.

He said that his administration has lined up projects  to be commissioned from May to  July, 2018.

Governor Wike said that the Bonny-Nembe-Bille Jetty is a masterpiece that will come on stream during the administration’s third anniversary.

The governor also stated that the State Government is happy with the quality of work at the State Cultural Centre and Creek Road, Port Harcourt.

He also inspected work at the National Industrial Court in Port Harcourt, where the contractors is installing fittings on the building.

Governor Wike also said that Government Secondary  School, Onne will be ready for commissioning by May ending.

He, however, stated that the contractors that handled the NYSC Orientation Camp in Nonwa and the Police Station at Kpopie Junction will be sanctioned for poor quality job. He said both projects will not be commissioned in May.

In an interview, Governor Wike said that steps are being taken to stop street trading  in the state capital. He said an open market is being built near Creek Road  to accomodate the traders.