Peoples Democratic Party in Rivers State says it is proud of the achievements of Governor Nyesom Wike within his first 100 days.
The state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has declared that the party is proud of the achievements and performance of Governor Nyesom Wike within his administration first 100 days.
The Rivers PDP state chairman, Brother Felix Amaechi Obuah, made the declaration in a congratulatory message to the governor and made available to newsmen in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
The party expressed satisfaction with the programmes and activities of the Wike administration, and described his development efforts and initiatives as meaningful, monumental and sustainable.
According to Obuah, “The State PDP commends the pragmatism, commitment, courage and most importantly, prudence and transparency demonstrated by the Governor since assumption of office, saying in addition to these abilities, he has proved to Rivers people that he is truly Rivers and will not be distracted from redeeming the lost glory of the State.”
Obuah staed that the PDP “is proud of Governor Wike who has proved it right in making him its Governorship flagbearer, saying the party has not been disappointed by the actions and policies taken in course of governance, and therefore reiterates its vote of confidence on the Governor and his administration in the State.”
The PDP Chairman observed that in just 100 days on seat, Wike has broken the jaws of criminality, insecurity and other social vices in the State with his unprecedented supports and encouragement of the security agencies, as well as sponsorship of Executive Bill on Anti-kidnapping which has been passed into law by an Independent Legislature in the State.
Obuah enumerated the achievements of the Governor in 100 days to include, Operation Zero Potholes,which has given a facelift to major roads in all parts of Port Harcourt, the State capital and other local government areas, payment to all contractors handling construction works awarded but abandoned by Rotimi Amaechi’s administration, and returning Port Harcourt to Garden City status with the full support for the activities of the Rivers State Waste Management Agency (RIWAMA) in keeping the State clean, safe and healthy.
-Tony Ita Etim, Port Harcourt