Mitee lauds Governor Wike for Excellent Projects Delivery

Mitee lauds Governor Wike  for Excellent Projects Delivery
Paul Obiajunwo, Port Harcourt
Former President of the Movement for the Survival of Ogoni People (MOSOP), Mr Ledum Mitee has lauded Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike for his execution of several excellent  pro-people projects.
Also, Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike assured residents of New Government Reserved Area (GRA) that the reconstruction  of Abacha  Road will be executed  in  line with approved  standards to enhance the connectivity between Agip Junction and the GRA.
Speaking on wednesday after joining the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike on projects inspection, Mr Mitee said he is impressed by the governor’s prudent management of scarce resources; despite the economic recession.

The Prominent Ogoni Leader noted all the projects inspected have direct relevance to the welfare and economic development of the state.

He said that the administration  is investing  resources in the improvement  of  the  living condition of the people, which needs  to  be encouraged.
Mitee said: “The challenge  is to balance the needs of the people and the  infrastructure.  What excites me with what I have  seen is the balance  of infrastructure and the needs of the people.
“He has also struck a balance  of infrastructure  with the resources. Therefore, he is able to carry  out  projects”.
On the quality of projects, he said: “It is fantastic.  I am impressed.  I am excited by the level of work  going on in the state”.
He regretted that some states are having  challenges  because  they execute irrelevant  white elephant  projects.
The governor  who interacted  with residents of Abacha road as he went on projects  inspection assured them that the road will be delivered on schedule.
He said that  the  defects that led to the  decision  to reconstruct the road will be addressed by the state government.
Residents of the area trooped out to celebrate the governor, voicing their appreciation.
The governor and Mr Mitee  also visited Port Harcourt  Pleasure Park  and  the  State Ecumenical Centre.