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Jonathan Commends Gov Wike's Outstanding Performance, says He is a Worthy Representative of PDP

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has commended  the Rivers State Governor, Barr Nyesom Ezenwo Wike on his developmental projects in the state, saying that the governor  has performed creditably well since assuming office 22 months ago.

The Former President  stated this on Saturday when he was led on a tour of projects in the state Government House.
The Governor led the Forner President  round projects such as the new amphitheatre, the Government House Chapel, Restored Brick House (Former Seat of Power in Rivers State), New Corridor of Power and Extended Landscape.

Addressing journalists at the Government House, Port Harcourt  after inspecting projects being executed by Governor Wike, the Former President  stated that Wike is a worthy representative of the PDP.

He praised the governor for keeping the torch shinning by his exemplary  performance, which has justified  his election  by the people of Rivers State.

Former President Goodluck Jonathan noted that Governor Wike's  outstanding performance has become the common story across the country, pointing out that he has been hearing about the good works of the governor for sometime. He said  the governor  has lived up to his reputation.

He noted that  since Governor Wike was sworn in, Saturday was his first time of driving round Port Harcourt. He expressed  satisfaction  with the quality of transformation he witnessed  enroute the Government House, Port Harcourt.

He said: "I am part of Rivers State. I grew up in Rivers State and Bayelsa was carved out of Rivers State. Also, my wife is from Rivers State. Today, is my first day of visiting Rivers State since Wike assumed office as Governor. Twenty two months down the line, I am quite impressed with what I have seen.

"First, I heard so much, people have told me of the changes in Port Harcourt. I was told that I can't even recognise the roads to where I used to live . As we drove into the city, I noticed that he has done very well in various areas."

Former President Jonathan stated: "One thing I must commend Wike is that he has positive traits. I always believe that wherever you find yourself, add value. Governor Wike has added value in Rivers State. He has done well to show his signature.

"Wike has taken us round. We have seen how he has transformed the Brick House and maintain that Brick House. We saw the changes he has made in some places in the Government House, including building an amphitheatre, a new chapel for worship, relaxing places and general beautification.

"If you are the Chief Executive of an institution, you stay for two years and you add no value, then you have no vision. Wike is doing well and we commend him. He is a good representative of the PDP who is committed to developing his people."

He thanked  Nigerians  for appreciating his contributions to the development of the country, even after he left office.

Speaking while conducting the Former President round the projects,  Governor Wike  said his commitment  is to lift the state to higher heights.

He noted that the Old Brick was restored  with certain additions because of the need to preserve history of governance  in the state.

The governor  noted that the New Amphitheatre being constructed  at the Government House would host high profile guests who visit  the state.

According to him, the New Government House, Port Harcourt Chapel which will host about 300 persons would provide a venue for interdenominational  Christian Worship.

He thanked the Former President  for the visit , assuring  him that he will continue  to  live up to the expectations  of the people.

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