Rivers House of Representatives caucus commends Wike

THE Rivers State Bi-Partisan Caucus of the House of Representatives has lauded Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike for his...

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THE Rivers State Bi-Partisan Caucus of the House of Representatives has lauded Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike for his achievements and developmental projects across the state, saying that the state governor has lived up to the expectations of Rivers people.

The federal lawmakers who are members of both the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) spoke at the Government House, Port Harcourt when they paid a congratulatory visit to the governor on his “Global Human Settlements Outstanding Contribution Award” by the Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements Awards (SCAHSA) at the United Nations Headquarters and his presentation at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House).

In his remarks, member representing Eleme/Tai/Oyigbo federal constituency, Mr. Bari Mpigi (APC) declared that Governor Wike is performing and deserves the praises he is getting. Mpigi said, “I want to stand here to say that we must place Rivers first before politics.

Those of us who are members of the APC caucus jointly with the PDP form the Rivers caucus of the House of Representatives, without mincing words have seen what you are doing”.
“Of course, I can stand boldly before any person, even the National Chairman of my party to say that you are doing well. Your Excellency, we ask you to keep it up. We want you to continue to lead this state the way you are doing”.

Leader of the Rivers caucus of the House of Representatives, Mrs. Betty Apiafi congratulated the Rivers State Governor for his outstanding performance, which led to the “Global Human Settlements Outstanding Contribution Award “.

She noted that the governor’s meetings with British parliamentarians and the Financial Times gave Rivers State international recognition for the right reasons.

Mrs. Apiafi said the Rivers Caucus of the House of Representatives resolved to work in unity to advance the development of the state.

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