Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has said the dualization of Ogbunabali road will bring development to the area. Governor Wike stated this at the flag-off of the construction work on the Ogbunabali Eastern bypass road project.
He said full compensation has been paid to property owners in the areas marked for demolition and urged members in the community to co-operate with the company handling the project.
"The economic benefit of it is too much. You may not understand it. By the time Julius Berger finishes this road, I'm sure the whole of Ogbunabali will come and thank me for what I've done for them. We have paid for the compensation of these places, We have paid to everybody who owns property here and we have also mobilized Julius Berger, so do us the favour and give them the support so that they can employ some of our youths too" Governor Wike said.
Mr Project is at it again, What do you think about the road the Governor is about to build?
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