The paramount ruler of Emohua, headquarters of Emohua local government area of Rivers State, Eze Vincent Chituru Okor has endorsed Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike for second term.
Okor, who gave the endorsement yesterday while speaking during the commencement of work on roads in Emohua communities by Julius Berger Plc, stated that Wike has lived up to the expectations of the people of the area.
He said Emohua people have resolved to support the governor because of their belief that he will execute more meaningful projects for them.
The monarch said, “During the forthcoming general election, we shall all troop out and wholeheartedly support the Rivers State governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike and he will win.”
Okor assured Julius Berger Plc that the Emohua people would cooperate with them as they deliver on the road projects.
Project Manager of Julius Berger Plc, Chief Sam Mbor said that the programme was organised to build a relationship with the benefiting communities to ensure speedy completion of the projects.
Mbor noted that Julius Berger Plc would employ responsible youths from the benefiting communities in the course of executing the projects.
In his remarks, chief of staff to the Rivers State governor, Engr Chukwuemeka Woke said that the Wike administration remains committed to the delivery of projects and programmes in all the local government areas of the state.
The commencement of the projects execution attracted traditional rulers, chiefs, women and youth groups from Emohua.
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