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Wike Reassures Project Delivery In Rivers State To Mark His 100 Days Celebration

Said his administration will use the first 100 days of his second term in office to prove that the business of projects delivery is still in progress.

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Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike on Wednesday reassured his commitment on major project delivery in the state.

The ‘Mr. Project’ said his administration will use the first 100 days of his second term in office to prove that the business of projects delivery is still in progress.

Governor Wike made this remark while Inaugurating the Committee for the Celebration of his first 100 Days in his second term at the Government House, noted that he will use the programme to account for the successes recorded since Rivers people renewed his mandate.

In his words: “The First 100 Days have become a ritual of Accountability. Therefore, it is imperative for us to set up a committee to bring to the notice of Rivers people what we have done since they re-elected us.

“The Permanent Secretaries have been included because of key projects in their respective Ministries and Agencies “.

The statement by his Special Assistant on Electronic Media, Simeon Nwakaudu, stressed that at the end of the 100 days celebration, Rivers people and Nigerians will realise that the administration is still on course.

Wike urged the the naugurating Committee to work closely with all the Ministries and Agencies to list all the projects that have been completed since May 29, 2019.

He further called on the Committee to identify prominent Nigerians who will commission completed projects during the period.

He charged the committee to organise an event that would showcase key projects and promote the successes of the Administration.

Mr. Dr Tammy Danagogo the Chairman of the Committee and Secretary to the Rivers State Government, while responding, assured the Governor that the committee members will deliver a memorable event.

He noted that the State has very quality projects that have been completed in the course of the the governor’s second term.

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