Governor Wike berates the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, for abdicating their agreement of contributing 50 percent of the cost of the construction of the Eastern Bypass Road that leads to its corporate headquarters office in Port Harcourt.
Inauguration the road project, former Governor of Kogi State, Ibrahim Idris noted with delight the untiring delivery of projects by Governor Wike virtually in all sectors in order to provide quality living to Rivers people.
According to him, such measure of service in public office is evidence of transparency and accountability because the people can see how public resources are deplored for the good of all residents.
He affirmed that the entire PDP leadership identify and is proud of the quality of service provided by Governor Wike, who has become a worthy example of what political leadership should be in Nigeria.
Providing the project description, Rivers State Commissioner for Works, Elloka Tasie-Amadi said the Eastern Bypass Road that was 7.3m wide of single carriage without drains has been expanded into 18.5m wide to become dual carriage with drains.
He explained that the 3.348km long road now has 1.2m wide drain on both sides that is 6.7km long, has two carriage ways each measuring 7.3m wide with 1.5m median, which is fitted to serve the volume of vehicular traffic that ply the road daily.