Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has reiterated his administration’s commitment in serving the people of the state.
He made this pledge on Saturday in an interview with journalists after projects inspection while celebrating the second anniversary of the Supreme Court Judgment validating his election as governor.
“We give God the glory, we give God all the honour because January 27, 2016, was when the Supreme Court gave us the nod as people who were duly elected with the people’s mandate,” he said.
“I am quite impressed by the kind of support we are getting from everywhere. We will not renege on our promises, we will not disappoint them. All we need is their prayer.
“We also commend the Supreme Court who has shown commitment to being the last hope of not only the common man but everybody.”
While thanking his people for their continuous support, Wike promised to continue using their mandate to develop the state.
The governor directed contractors handling rehabilitation of the Court of Appeal Complex, the National Industrial Court, the Produce House, the Mother and Child Hospital and the Cinemas/Restaurants at the Pleasure Park, May 2018 to complete the projects.
He expressed satisfaction with the pace of work at the different project sites, stressing that the administration will sustain the funding of all the projects.