Rivers to unveil 16 legacy projects for May 29 celebration
Rivers State Government will unveil new projects to commemorate the second anniversary of the second tenure of Governor Nyesom Wike on the sidelines of May 29.
Some of the legacy projects are the Cassava Flour Processing Plant, Oyigbo, Mother and Child Hospital, Rumuomasi, Opobo/Nkoro Road, Odufor-Umuoye Road, Etche, Umueze-Umuogberi-Eberi Road, Omuma and the Rehabilitation Centre at Iriebe.
Other are the National Industrial Court Judges Quarters, Rivers State University (RSU) Senate Building, Isaiah Odolu Street, GRA, Herbert Macaulay/Nzimiro streets, Rumuigbo Street and William Jumbo-Ernest Ikoli-Eleme streets in Old GRA, Port Harcourt.
Community Secondary Schools at Obiagu, Oyigbo and Eteo, Eleme, National Union of Rivers State Students Secretariat and Pabod Breweries/Oginiba Roads will also be commissioned.
Other projects scheduled for commencement are the Peter Odili Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease Treatment Centre, the Rumueprikom Flyover, Trans-Kalabari Road, Bori-Kono Road, Aluu-Omagwa Road, new campuses of RSU at Emohua, Etche and Ahoada, as well as projects at Nigerian Law School in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.
The state government will also unveil the Government Secondary School, Kpor, Gokana, Ogbunabali/Eastern Bye-pass Road, Ogbakiri Internal Roads, Omerelu Internal roads and sand filling of Abonnema-Obonoma.
Woji-Aleto-Alesa Road, Mgbuitanwo Roads, Okochiri Internal Roads, Okrika Sandfilling, reconstruction of Government House Jetty and foundation laying ceremony of the new University of Port Harcourt Convocation Arena would also feature during the period.
The anniversary activities will be rounded off with Governor Wike’s account of his stewardship in the past six years on Thursday, July 8, 2021.
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