The Rivers State Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike has expressed satisfaction with the progress and quality of work by various contractors handling five major projects in the state capital. The projects include the Mile One Market, the Judges Quarters, National Industrial Court, Doctors’ Quarters at the Braithwaite Memorial Specialist Hospital (BMSH), and the alternative route into the Modern Estate around Mandela Car Wash, all in Port Harcourt.
The governor made his feelings known while inspecting the projects last Friday and Saturday. Wike inspected the ongoing construction of Judges’ Quarters in Port Harcourt, last Saturday, and expressed delight at the quality of work being done on the project.
At the Judges Quarters, Wike took a detour to inspect the alternative route into the Modern Estate around Mandela Car Wash in Port Harcourt, where he also gave a pass mark to the contractor handling the project. The governor, who also inspected the Mile One Market, was greeted by enthusiastic crowd of traders.
At the market, the governor noted that the quality of work by the contractor was impressive. Wike took out time to wish the market women a Happy Easter, assuring them that the market would be completed on schedule.
Earlier on Friday, the Rivers State Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, had inspected the ongoing construction work on the National Industrial Court and Doctors’ Quarters in Braithwaite Memorial Specialist Hospital. It was gathered that both projects are nearing completion.