PASTOR PAULINUS NSIRIM DESCIBES THE DEVELOPMENTAL PROJECTS OF THE GOVERNOR WIKE’S ADMINISTRATION AS INFRASTRUCTURAL REVOLUTION BROUGHT TO BEAR THROUGH STRATEGIC PLANNING AND VISION
Written by miebaka ikiriko on March 1, 2021
The State Commissioner for Information and Communications, Paulinus Nsirim has described the development projects of the Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike administration as infrastructural revolution brought to bear through strategic planning and vision.
Paulinus Nsirim made the assertion while speaking to newsmen after an assessment tour of the Okoro-Nu-Odo and Rumuogba one and two flyover projects to ascertain the level of readiness of the two landmark projects billed for commissioning on Monday and Tuesday this week.
The Information and Communications Commissioner, noted that the flyovers will contribute greatly to socioeconomic wellbeing of the people of the state and urged Rivers people to join forces with Governor Wike to drive home his New Vision Blueprint.
He noted that Governor Wike now stand tall amongst his contemporaries who have abandoned the development of their States as a result of alleged scarcity of funds occasioned by COVID 19.
Nsirim assured that when commissioned, the Okoro-Nu-Odo and Rumuogba 1 and 2 flyovers will drastically reduce business and man hours wasted as a result of the gridlock experienced in the areas.
Guests on Radio Rivers news features programme, the Special Report, Isaac Amaewhule and Mr. Daka Emmanuel have called on the authorities to make existing fire service stations more functional to serve residents and the business concerns in the State.
The Chairman Marine Base Timber Dealers Association Mr. Isaac Amaewhule said Chairman Federated Timber Dealers Association, Mr. Daka Emmanuel made the call while speaking as guests on the progrmme.
Messrs Amaewhule and Emmanuel also appealed to the authorities to establish a mini-fire service station at every timber market in the State to respond swiftly and put out fire outbreaks on time.
The duo, debunked insinuations that the inferno might have been caused by those traders harbouring inflammable items, pointing out that the fire incident occurred about midnight and not during business hours.
They, therefore, appealed to the government to come to their aid while expressing optimism that the State Governor, Nyesom Wike would visit the scene for assessment as well as provide succor to victims.