Okafor Ofiebor/Port Harcourt
Wife of Rivers State Governor, Justice Suzette Nyesom-Wike has declared that the Wike-led administration will be the best in the recorded history of the state as it will entrench unprecedented projects and programmes across the state.
Addressing Rivers women leaders during the first Rivers Women Stakeholders meeting in the Government House in Port Harcourt on Friday, Suzette noted that she is confident that the state will experience a developmental growth because of Governor Wike’s capacity to deliver and his unequalled compassion for the people.
She said already Wike has in the last eight months proved that development can be fast-tracked in the state, despite the current economic challenges in the country.
“My husband is the governor today by the will of God. I am confident that my husband’s administration will be the best in the history of the state. He will perform creditably to the level that years after his tenure Rivers people will be talking about his positive achievements in the state”.
Suzette then urged Rivers women leaders to support Governor Wike’s administration to enable him attain greater heights.
“We have to remain focused to drive development across Rivers state. As women, we should work towards promoting peace so that the government can continue with developmental projects in the state.
“There is a lot in Rivers state that this state cannot be ignored. All we have to do is to pray for peace”.
She said that the meeting is aimed at creating an atmosphere for Rivers women leaders to rub minds to enhance development in the state and promote women interest.
The programme also witnessed presentation of lectures on health by Dr Ovundu; etiquette by Miss Jennifer Onyejekwe and legal rights by Lady Inime Aguma.
Participants at the first Rivers women stakeholders meeting with Justice Suzette Nyesom-Wike include female commissioners, wives of commissioners, wives of state legislators, wives of Local Government Chairmen, female academic, politicians and businesswomen.
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