Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has stated that key projects would be ready on time for commissioning during the Golden Jubilee Celebration and the second anniversary of his administration.
The governor spoke at the weekend after inspecting projects nearing completion in different parts of the state.
Governor Wike inspected the Federal High Court Complex being funded by the Rivers State Government. The complex houses six courtrooms.
He was accompanied to the project site by the Special Adviser on Special Projects, Mr Cyril Wite, who assured him that the furnishing and finishing touches at the Federal High Court Complex were progressing as scheduled.
The governor also inspected the Port Harcourt Pleasure Park alongside the Senator Representing Rivers-East Senatorial District, Senator George Thompson Sekibo and the South-South Julius Berger Project Manager, Peter Refunster.
The State Ecumenical Centre was also inspected by the Rivers State Governor and the State Ecumenical Centre nearing completion.
The Port Harcourt Pleasure Park will be commissioned on May 26, while the State Ecumenical Centre will be commissioned on May 28, 2017.