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Rivers State Led By Governor Wike Has Approved The Demolished Hotel Site For Building Of School.



The Demolished hotels by Rivers state government led by Governor Nyesom Wike has been approved to be used for building of schools.

This statement was confirmed by the state commissioner for information and communication, Nsirim who made it known on Wednesday 12th, 2020.

It was Recalled that Governor Nyesom Wike ordered for the demolition of two Hotels, Prodest hotel at Alode and Etemeteh in Onne both in Eleme Local Government Area of the state, who violated an Executive order on Covid-19, despite warning from the state government.

Nsirim also stated that the manager of the Prodest hotel had invited the wanted PDP Eleme youth leader, Princewill Osaroejiji who came with thug to stop the demolition of the hotel thereby assaulting the taskforce who were in charge of the demolition process on ground.

He also said "As we speak one of the taskforce has lost his life the previous night. Governor Wike Rivers state security council took the decision to demolish the hotel on behalf of the people of Rivers State".

" Having demolished the hotel, governor Wike has approved that a primary school should be constructed to serve the Rivers state people. This is what a responsible government will do".

He also said "The fight against coronavirus in the state has been premised on the rule of law. It was governor Wike who first signed an executive order that led to the border closure and other actions".

He went ahead to say that the fight against the Covid-19 is for the safety of Rivers state and it's people.

"It was done to protect officials of Rivers state Government, who are implementing the executive order. No government will allows it's officials to be killed by thugs whilst they carry out lawful directive".

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