Be brave to hand over power to PDP in 2023, reports APC GovWike
Rivers State Governor Niesom Ezenvo Vic says Nigerians are eagerly awaiting the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) take power at the federal level to put in place good governance.
Gov. Vike made a statement at the inauguration of the 11.53 km Agbonchay-Afam road that connects the local government districts of Eleme and Oyigbo, and was executed Wednesday by former Senate Majority Leader Senator Mohammed Ali. Ndume.
The governor said Nigerians have increased their desire for good governance, better economies, and development projects that the PDP continues to pursue in the states it controls.
He said that Nigeria’s hope depends on the People’s Democratic Party.
“People Eleme, I want to sincerely thank you for the support you have given me and the People’s Democratic Party (NDP). Do not give up. This continues because the hope of this country depends on the PDP.
He said the PDP operates in Rivers State and other PDP-controlled states. He called on Senator Ndoume and APC to respect the wishes of Nigerians, who are determined to bring the NDP back to power in 2023 in order to bring them the dividends of democracy.
“Our special guest of honor (Nduma) should not be upset that we are taking their place. When they arrived, we didn’t fight, they got the upper hand. Now that the Nigerians have decided to change them, let them get through as soon as possible without a fight. “
The governor said he was delighted to keep his campaign promise to the residents of Eleme that he would rebuild the deplorable Eleme-Afam road. According to him, the constructed road now serves as an alternative route to neighboring states, Igbere TV reports.
Governor Vike also said that his administration has completely rebuilt the Onne public high school, and Eteo has reached its final level.
“Today we are in Elem to commission Agbonchiya (in Elem) -Afam on the Oyigbo local government road. This road passes through two municipal districts. Nobody’s going to say we didn’t come to East Rivers Senatorial District to do something.
“As I am speaking to you now, by the end of this month we will be back at Alesa High School and Ascension High School. These schools will be completely rebuilt.
“And since you gave me a good, reliable and trustworthy person who is my financial commissioner, there is another avenue here that needs attention, I will restore it.”
Former Senate Majority Leader Senator Mohammed Ali Ndoume, who opened the 11.53-kilometer Eleme-Afam road, said he is honored to complete this task and be a part of what Governor Vike is doing in his condition.
Senator Ndume described Governor Vayk as a true nationalist who plays an important role in national affairs between parties and always stands out for courageously speaking the truth to the authorities.
“Governor Wieck is a very good friend of mine, a trusted leader and a very honest person. We have one thing in common: you, as a leader, have to stand out and speak the truth, even if you’re alone, and Weik is known for that.
“The state has a new hope, and he is Vic. Now Rivers is not only becoming a Garden City again, it is becoming a Golden City. May God continue to give you (Vic) strength.
“And from today on, know that you are the leader in this country. If you are not a friend and not a nationalist, I will not be here, Faymi and many other governors of the Union of Right Forces will not be here.
“You are one of the real Nigerians I have ever met. And if we had people like you who tell the truth in power, Nigeria would be better for all of us. ”
Going further, Senator Ndoume thanked Governor Weik for his heroic deeds in tackling the insecure environment in Rivers State, which has given people the freedom to participate in such an event without fear.
“You don’t know what you have until you lose it. What you do here we will never try in Borno state. You cannot comfortably invite such people and listen to everyone without looking around. So we have to thank God.
“Honestly, let me say here that Nigeria is fortunate to have not only Rivers State but also Rivers residents. South-South, especially the people of Rivers, are great people of Nigeria. What do you give to this country; if Rivers isn’t there, Nigeria won’t. “
State Commissioner for the Construction of Rivers Elloka Tasie-Amadi said the road had been a nightmare before, filled with all the negative aspects associated with such a situation. But today it is something that brings joy and, at the same time, the obvious material and psychological benefits that any good access to transport gives to any place or place.
“This is a road project 11.53 km long, 8.5 m wide and 7 km wide with drainage. It connects Eleme at Eleme LGA with Afam at Oyigbo LGA, a very good and useful road for the circulation of agricultural products and for local trade. “