Governor Wike commissions Rivers State Assembly Service Commission Complex.
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike on Monday commissioned the State Assembly Service Commission Complex initiated and built by his administration to address accommodation challenges.
The governor also announced that the State Government will undertake the total rehabilitation of the State Assembly Complex. Speaking during the commissioning programme, Governor Wike commended the Management of the commission for the standard execution of the project. He said: “This is the Executive intervening in the rehabilitation of the Rivers State House of Assembly Complex. I will always do what is right for the state. “I will personally supervise the rehabilitation. The level of degeneration of this complex is not acceptable “.
He said that despite the economic downturn the State Government is executing projects because of prudent management of scarce funds. He said the immediate past administration in the state despite the funds available to it, failed to execute key projects and sold state assets to her cronies.
The governor assured the workers of the Assembly that his administration will take care of their welfare issues. Earlier, Chairman of the Rivers State Assembly Service Commission, Mr Chidi Amadi said for the first time after more than 10years, a major project has been initiated and commissioned at the Assembly. He said that the complex has resolved the accommodation challenges of workers of the commission. Speaker of the Rivers State House of Assembly, Mr Ikunyi-Owaji Ibani praised the governor for his developmental projects.