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 100 Days in Office: Governor Fubara Promise More Projects in Rivers State

100 Days in Office: Governor Fubara Promise More Projects in Rivers State

Ahead of the celebration of his 100 days in office, Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara has promised the people of the state harvest of quality projects.

Fubara, said his government would ensure the delivery of more projects that would serve the benefit of Rivers people.

Speaking during inspection of projects across the state, Fubara said in the past 100 days, he has sustained inspection of ongoing projects in the state.

He said the education projects would improve the educational fortune and open up rural communities for enhanced socio-economic activities in the state.

Fubara, explained that it was imperative for him to personally see the state of completion of the projects before they would be listed for inauguration.

While some of the projects inspected were at various stages of completion, with some school facilities ready for furnishing, Fubara said he was also determined to flag-off some fresh projects during the 100 days’ celebration.

The projects inspected and earmarked for inauguration included Eneka internal road, Obio-Akpor; Government Secondary School, Okehi, in Etche; Omagwa internal road, Ikwerre; Government Secondary School, Emohua and Ogbakiri internal road both in Emohua LGA.

Other road projects inspected by the governor included the 10.3 kilometre long  Indorama-Agbonchia-Ogale-Ebubu-East West Link Road, the 19.1KM long Oyigbo-Okoloma (Afam) Road, the Botem- Gbene-nu Horo Road, and internal roads in Omagwa Town.

Also among road projects inspected were the Omoku -Egbema road dualisation project, the Ogbo-Ihugbogo Road, the Odiemudie Road all in Ahoada East Local Government Area, the 5.1KM long Mgbuodohia Road in Obio Akpor LGA as well as Comprehensive Secondary School, Borikiri, Port Harcourt Local government area.

The governor was joined on the 3-day inspection by the Commissioner for Works, Dr. George-Kelly Alabo; his Education counterpart, Prof. Chinedu Mmom and Desmond Akawor, Chairman, Rivers PDP.

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