×

Notice

Twitter Consumer Key not defined.

RIWAMA Sole Administrator, Bro Felix Obuah Commends Committed Service  Providers

…Assures Of Payment Of Due Entitlements

Service Providers engaged by the Rivers State Management Agency (RIWAMA) have been given a pat on the back for living up to expectation during and after the yuletide by ensuring that the city of Port Harcourt in spite of heavy traffic and avalanche of activities was kept clean and healthy for residents and visitors.

The Sole Administrator, Bro Felix Obuah after a critical assessment of the cleanness of Port Harcourt and its environs, rated the performance index of most of the Service Providers high and commended them for their commitment.

Bro Obuah however, noted that the good job done by these patriotic Service Providers should not serve as a cover for those who fell short of the Agency's standard and warned that the non-performing Service Providers should sit up or face the consequences of their own laxity.

While welcoming and wishing the Service Providers a more committed and prosperous new year (2021), the Sole Administrator assured that the entitlements due the Service Providers would be given serious  attention but stressed on the need to take their jobs seriously to complement the efforts and investments of the state government ably led by Chief Barr. Nyesom Wike as Governor.

The RIWAMA Sole Administrator, Bro Obuah also sued for greater collaboration this year from Rivers people and those living and doing business in the state with the Agency by ensuring that all their wastes are dumped at the government approved receptacles and at the approved dumping hours for easy evacuation.   

Abonnema People Laud Wike For Executing Principal Projects

Following the successful completion and commissioning of the Abonnema ring road, Hon. Roland Sekibo, the executive chairman of Akuku-Toru Local Government Council and the people of Abonnema have lauded Governor Nyesom Wike for his commitment and embarking on laudable infrastructural projects in the area.

 Hon. Sekibo expressed joy that Gov Wike has never relented in his dogged efforts to ensure he gives the people of Abonnema and the entire Rivers State quality projects that would stand the test of time.

He said that at a point, his people were afraid if such a gigantic project like the ring road would will be completed, unknown to them that the governor would effortlessly do that amid other laudable projects going on in the area.

The council boss said the people of Akuku-Toru, particularly Abonnema are proud of the sterling performances of Gov Wike for the period he has been at the helm of affairs.

He described the governor as a true democrat, whose leadership has contributed to the socio-economic and political development of Akuku-Toru, Rivers State and Nigeria at large.

Hon. Sekibo thanked the governor for his love for the people of Abonnema , stressing that the governor has left an indelible mark that would stand the  test of time in Akuku-Toru.

He promised to ensure that the ring road is maintained and the maintenance culture of the people also righted.

A PDP chieftain, Chief David Briggs also thanked Governor Nyesom Wike for bringing the vision to reality.

Chief David Briggs expressed joy to witness the completion and commissioning of the project that is his brainchild while he served as Commissioner of Works under the Odili administration.

According to him, the people of Akuku-Toru has never had it so good both in terms of human and infrastructured development as well as appointment of their sons and daughters into key positions of office.

The chairman of the Degema cluster 3 board, Christian Sekibo, Jr, said it has been a dream  for the people of Abonnema to have such a ring road and thanked God for a dream come true. “It simply means the expansion and the development of new Abonnema for which every genuine Abonnema should be grateful to Governor Nyesom Wike despite party affiliations”.

He stressed that the governor has laid a solid foundation for a robust development of the people of Abonnema and urged them to always support the governor.

Chief Barr. Tonte Horsfall, Hon. Lolo Isaiah and Hon. Major Jack described the Abonnema ring road as a response to those who accuse the governor of only focusing and concentrating development in Port Harcourt and Obio/Akpor local government areas, arguing that Governor Wike is bent on  developing all the nooks and crannies of Rivers State.

The people expressed optimism that the governor would execute more people-oriented projects in Kalabari kingdom.