Governor Wike  says APC  has been dislodged  in Rivers State

Governor Wike says APC has been dislodged in Rivers State

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has declared  that  the  All
Progressives Congress  ( APC) has been completely  dislodged in the
state.

He noted that the  vestiges of APC were removed following  the mass
execution  of key projects across the  state.

Commissioning the Ozuoba-Rumuoparaeli-Choba road in Obio/Akpor Local
Government Area on Tuesday, Governor Wike  said that  the APC  no
longer has a voice in the state  because  leaders of the party  are
only involved in anti-people programmes.

He lauded the Akpor people for giving him the traditional  mandate to
protect the people of the state , pointing  out  that he will stand
for the people at all times.

He said: “There is no more APC  in Rivers State, we have used projects
to dislodge the APC  in the state.

“If they  don’t  steer clear of Rivers State, we shall cut them off
from the state. Now that our people  have given us the mandate to
clear all the unwanted items. ”

Speaking  further, Governor Wike said: “All those that know,  must
not  come close because  my people have given  me the instrument  to
go to war against  enemies of Rivers State “.

Commenting  on the road, Governor Wike  said  that  the
Ozuoba-Rumuoparaeli-Choba road traverses three communities  and two
wards.

He said that  he has fulfilled the  promises made to  the  people of
the area, adding that more projects will be executed in the area.

Commissioner of Works, Mr Iheanyichukwu Bathuel  noted that the
completion  of  the  road has improved the value of property  in the
three communities  that the road serve.

Spokesman  of the Rumuokparali community, Sir Chris Abel expressed the
gratitude  of the people  to Governor Wike  for fulfilling his
campaign  promise to them.

The Rumuokparali  community extended traditional  gifts to Governor
Wike.  They included a matchet, lantern, yams, salt and gari.

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