Wike assures Rivers people of the sustenance of developmental projects.
Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has promised people of the state to continually sustain the delivery of developmental projects across the state.
Wike made his promise following his return from his international and national activities on Thursday.
The governor was welcomed at the Port Harcourt Air Force Base by his deputy, Dr. Ipalibo Harry Banigo and his Chief of Staff, Chukwuemeka Woke.
Upon return the governor promptly began inspection of projects as he visited ongoing reconstruction of a section of Aba Road, at Garrison.
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The governor instructed the contractor to ensure the reconstruction is completed at the scheduled time.
Residents came out en masse at Garrison, to receive the governor.
On Monday, October 30, 2017, Wike was honoured with the “Global Human Settlements Outstanding Contribution Award,” at the United Nations Plaza by the Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements Awards (SCAHSA).
On November 6, Wike delivered a lecture at Chatham House, London, the United Kingdom, on “Defining development for Rivers State and steps to sustainable implementation.”