Gov Wike’s Flyovers Can Never Be Matched With Amaechi’s Milestone Achievements ~ Obarinee Wai-Ogosu

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WIKE’S FLYOVERS CAN NEVER BE MATCHED WITH AMEACHI’S MILESTONE ACHIEVEMENTS

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Obarinee Wai-Ogosu

Rt. Hon. Chibiuke Rotimi Ameachi, has become a recurrent decimal in Wike’s daily discussion.

In a recent live television interview, Wike challenged his audience to mention one project attracted to River state, by Rt. Hon. Chibiuke Rotimi Ameachi as a Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The fundamental point of the whole Saga is that Barr. E.N. Wike is outrageously hypocritical over the truth, all in the name of mudsliming.

The Wike’s led Administration is the greatest waster of resources in the history of River State, an Administration that have built 5 flyovers in one city, when the state is in dear need of expansion.

When Rt.Hon. Chibiuke Rotimi Ameachi assumed power in 2007 in River state, he hinged his socio-economic strategy on security of life and property, fiscal discipline, investment in Education, healthcare, power generation, and human capacity development.
Ameachi’s reputation and the significant role he played in the 2015 general elections, were key factors that led to the citing of major infrastructures in Riverstate/Niger Delta.

Ameachi is instrumental to the new terminal building of Portharcourt International Airport.
The project cost $600 million(#216 billion), the new terminal has capacity for seven million passengers anaully, 15 times the number of total passengers for entire Ghana for emphasis.

Bodo-bonny road project, which commenced on October 2017,by God’s grace is expected to be completed soon. The 35.68km project, being handled by Julius Berger at the cost of #120.6 million naira.

The speedy implementation of the UNEP report

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The Nigerian Navy war college in Ubima community, ikwere local government area of Riverstate. The center was originally built for Nigerian Navy training establishment, would now house Naval war college and Nigerian Navy intelligent school.

The dredging of the channels and for professionally piloting the biggest container vessel, in the history of Nigeria to the Onne port.
Making the terminal the gateway to the East Nigeria and a strong alternative to ports in Lagos over the years with multi-million dollars investment made in information technology and modern cargo handling equipment.

Ameachi, who is credited with improving infrastructures in Riverstate, is now improving and transforming the Nigerian transport system through his massive Railway infrastructural development strategy.