Our Projects Will Touch The Lives Of Our People Says Governor Wike

Our Projects  Will Touch The  Lives Of Our People Says Governor Wike
Paul Obiajunwo, PortHarcourt
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has declared that all the projects  being executed by his administration  are meant to touch  the  lives of the people .
Speaking after leading members of the Rivers State House of Assembly and selected leaders on Thursday  on project inspection  across  three local government areas, Governor Wike expressed satisfaction  with the quality and pace of work at the project sites visited.
The governor  and the lawmakers  inspected the ongoing construction  of  the Bonny Jetty, Woji-Akpajo Bridge, landscaping architecture at Airforce overheard bridge, Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt  Pleasure Park and the  Rivers State Ecumenical Centre.
He said: “These are very worthy projects that will touch the lives of our people. This is our project  year and we will continue  to  deliver on  key projects.
“We are satisfied  with  the  level of work done. By May, many of these projects will be on stream. We are fulfilling the pledges we made to the people “
He explained that  he went on the project  tour with state lawmakers  for them to appreciate  the essence of the investments the state is making on behalf of the people.
The governor  said that he is happy that the state lawmakers appreciate the  progress that his administration  has made in terms  of  projects execution.
He pointed out that the synergy  between  the  State Executive Council and the State Legislature  would lead to better projects delivery, as the State Lawmakers  would  always  cooperate  with  his administration.
“The unity between the State Executive Council and the  State Lawmakers  is beneficial  to  the  state”, he said.
In an interview, Majority Whip of the Rivers State House of Assembly, Mr Evans Bipi assured that the Assembly  will continue to support the governor  for his  outstanding delivery of projects.
Also speaking, Deputy Majority Whip, Mr Major Jack said that  members  of the Rivers State House of Assembly  are satisfied  with with  the  quality of work at project  sites visited.
The State Lawmakers  that accompanied  the governor on the project  tour include: Majority Whip, Evans Bipi, Deputy Majority Whip, Major Jack, Member Representing Omuma State Constituency , Rt. Hon Kelechi Nwogu and Member Representing Port Harcourt  State Constituency 3, Mr Tonye Adokiye.
Also on the governor’s  entourage were: Former Transport Commissioner, Chief Glory Emeh  and Chairman of the Rivers State Civil Service Commission, Chief Oris Onyiri.