Rivers State Deputy Governor, Dr. (Mrs.) Ipalibo Harry Banigo said the administration of Governor Nyesom Wike is determined to give the People of the State a new lease of life.
Dr. Banigo stated this while addressing members of the Bille Kingdom Chiefs Council (BKCC) during an audience at Government House, Port Harcourt.
The Deputy Governor explained that it is in realization of this that the Governor has been keeping to his electioneering promises since the inception of the present administration in the State.
Dr. Banigo assured members of the Bille Chief’s Council that the Bonny-Bille-Nembe Jetty would be executed and completed according to the specification in due time.
“Governor Wike is a man that keeps to his promises and I assure you that he will fulfill all his electioneering campaign promises to Rivers people”.
She called on the People of Degema Local Government Area to work cooperatively with the Caretaker Committee Chairman to ensure that the prevailing peace in the area is sustained.
While stressing the need for the People of Bille Kingdom to diversify their agricultural potentials, the Deputy Governor also enjoined them to be proactive in checking the activities of hoodlums with a view to exposing them to security agents.
Dr. Banigo commended the CTC Chairman of Degema Local Government Area Pastor Agiobu Victor Fubara for the provision of a boat for the People of Bille Community and urged them to continue to support and pray for the Wike led administration in the State.
Also speaking, the Chairman Caretaker Committee of Degema Local Government Area, Pastor Agiobu Victor Fubara said his policies and programmes were in line with the New Rivers Vision of the Governor Wike led administration and called on the People of the area to remain supportive of the government to reap more dividends of democracy.
Earlier in an address read by the Chairman of Bille Kingdom CDC, Asatubo Igbanibo Kemuel, the Chiefs Council commended Governor Nyesom Wike for the monumental achievements recorded within one year in Office and thanked him for the planned rehabilitation of the Bonny-Bille-Nembe Jetty which has been in a state of dilapidation over the years.