Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, on Monday said he would continue to deliver quality projects to the people of the state until the end of his second term tenure in 2023.
The Governor said he has approached governance with human face through ambitious investment in basic infrastructure and creation of the necessary environment for economic growth in the state.
He maintained that the enormous infrastructural achievements recorded by his administration have been made possible by the prudent management of state resources.
Wike said this after inspecting the on-going construction of the Rumuepirikom, Rumuola, G.R.A junction, Nkpolu-Oroworukwo flyovers; and dualisation of Ezimgbu road and Tombia road extension in Port Harcourt on Monday.
He said the state government and the contractor, Julius Berger, have agreed to make some adjustment to the Nkpolu-Oroworukwo flyover due to some buildings hindering the construction work.
Wike said, “We have told the Ministry (Works) to let the valuer come over within the next one week to value some of the property still remaining, which are obstructing the construction.”
This was contained in a statement titled, ‘We’ve approached governance with human face-wike,’ which was signed by his Media aide, Kelvin Ebri, in Port Harcourt.
He quoted the Governor as saying, “How I wish I had all the time to do everything. It would have been my pleasure that in my time every community in the state could say I was able to touch them.”