Makarfi advises that it is in interest of Rivers State to re-elect Wike


Acting National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Ahmed Makarfi has advised that it is in the best interest of Rivers people to re-elect Governor Wike, for a second term.


He said the advice was for the Governor to stabilise the development process of the state.
The Former Kaduna State Governor also stated that Nigerians who love democracy will always stand with the Governor for his investments in the sustenance of democracy.
Makarfi made the statement on Wednesday during the commissioning of Nyemoni Grammar School, Abonnema in Akuku-Toru Local Government Area.
The PDP Presidential Aspirant: “Nigerians who love democracy are with Governor Wike. If not for Governor Wike’s enormous contributions, the opposition would have died. That would have been the end of democracy in Nigeria.
“It is suicidal for the people of Rivers State to let Governor Wike go. It is in the interest of the state that Governor Wike is re-elected to stabilise the development process of Rivers State.”
Senator Makarfi said everything is being done to distract Governor Wike, but he has remained focused, delivering key projects across the state.

“The most targeted politician in Nigeria today is Governor Wike. Everything is being done to distract you, but you must keep on working,” Senator Makarfi said.
He said Governor Wike has raised the bar in the delivery of projects and programmes, noting that others will need a rocket to reach Governor Wike’s level.
Speaking at the commissioning ceremony, Rivers State Governor, Wike said his brand of politics is targeted at improving the living condition of the people.
“I came into politics for the execution of projects. To improve the quality of lives of the people and make them happy. We are displaying our projects for the world to see,” he said.
Governor Wike said that the revival and total re-equipping of the school was in line with his promise to the Abonnema people during the electioneering campaign.
“Communities that support Government will get more projects. Abonnema is one of the first towns where the people came out to support us wholeheartedly,” he said.
He announced the take over of the school from the mission and directed the Rivers State Senior Secondary School Board to commence the process for the posting of principal and teachers to the school.
The governor added that the State Government will work towards establishing one faculty of one of the state-owned universities in the area.
On the management of the new school, Governor Wike noted that local contractors will be engaged to maintain facilities in the institution.
Rivers State Education Commissioner, Dr Tamunosisi Gogo-Jaja said that Governor Wike
revived the school which was closed down by the Amaechi administration for eight years. He said two new hostels were constructed, while laboratories and libraries were built and equipped.

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