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Wike won’t abandon projects, debts, says Rivers SSG

Dr. Tammy Danagogo, the Secretary to Rivers State Government, has stated that Governor Nyesom Wike would not hand over any projects to his successor.

Wike has shown experience, expertise, and bravery in adopting good governance principles, according to the SSG, and was committed to leave a lasting legacy for future generations.
When members of the Ikwerre (Iwhuruohna) Journalistic Forum paid him a visit at his office, he said.

Danagogo also told them that Wike’s administration will not leave any debts for the future government to deal with.

He said: “The Governor Wike I know will not leave behind abandoned projects, and he will not leave debts. He is doing many projects but all will be finished before the end of his tenure. This is because he is experienced in governance, and he has the capacity and courage to do what is right. All projects are cash-backed and targeted to be completed.

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“The Trans-Kalabari Road for instance has five segments.  The governor has awarded the first segment with N14bn set aside for completion of the segment. As such, the contractor does not have any excuses than to deliver the project at the set time.

“This strategy was successfully implemented in the Sakpenwa Bori – Kono  Road. The next phase of the road, the Bori – Kono section, is also now under construction.  Anyone projecting the failure of the Trans-Kalabari Road is an enemy of our progress.

“Following the kidnap of one of the expatriates working with the contracting firm of the Trans-Kalabari Road, the Deputy Governor met with political and traditional stakeholders of Kalabari extraction to ensure all community members work towards the release of the worker. We thank God for the release of the worker.”


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