Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike at the weekend conducted selected journalists and line editors of national newspapers on a tour of projects across Rivers East and Rivers South-East Senatorial Districts.
Paul Obiajunwo, Port Harcourt
Governor Wike said that the focus of his administration is to spread projects across the State by ensuring that no senatorial district is left behind.
He pointed out that the distribution and execution of projects have set the state on a platform of growth where every senatorial district feels the impact of good governance.
The governor explained that the people of Rivers State deserve quality projects, hence the commitment to quality at all project sites.
On Saturday,the governor led the line editors on the inspection of the reconstructed Igwuruta-Chokocho road, dualization of Sakpenwa-Bori road, reconstruction of Obiri-Ikwere airport road, reconstruction of Ogbunabali Internal Roads, reconstruction of Aluu road, Omuchiolu-Agbada 1 flow station , Birabi Memorial Grammar School and Government Girls Secondary School, Rumuokwuta.
The projects tour also covered Federal High Court Complex being funded by the Rivers State Government, Ozuoba-Rumuoparali road, Igbo-Etche Road, Chokocho-Umuechem-Ozuzu Road and Ulakwo-Afara-Nihi road.
Governor Wike expressed satisfaction with the pace and quality of work on all the roads visited, pointing out that he will continue to monitor the projects to ensure that people get value for the money invested by the government.
Commenting on the roads inspected across the two senatorial districts, Commissioner of Works, Mr Iheanyichukwu Harrison informed that all contractors are compelled to respect best practices to ensure the durability of the projects.
Speaking on the school projects, Commissioner of Education, Prof Kaniye Ebeku said that the Wike Administration through the comprehensive rehabilitation and reconstruction of prominent schools in the three senatorial districts of the state is repositioning the education sector.
at the weekend, Governor Wike led some online publishers and bloggers on a tour of different set of projects.