After being impressed by the various project sites he saw during his working visit in Rivers state, Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo nicknamed Governor Nyesom Wike, ‘Mr. Project.’
While speaking on Monday at the Rivers State Government House in Port Harcourt, after he commenced a working visit to the Niger Delta region, acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, reportedly nicknamed Governor Nyesom Wike, ‘Mr. Project.’
According to reports, VP Osinbajo whose visit was part of Federal Government’s measure to interact with leaders of the oil rich region which is aimed at finding a lasting solution to the crisis in the area, made the appellation on Wike after inspecting the various projects executed by the governor.
During the state dinner organized in his honour by the state government, Osinbajo said he was impressed by the various project sites he visited.
He said, “I think he deserves the title of ‘Mr. Projects’; he is indeed ‘Mr. Projects’. As we came in today, we had to visit some project sites.
“The visit to the state was critical because of the position of the state in the country. Rivers State is very important to us. We take matters concerning the state seriously. We will cooperate with Rivers State to develop Nigeria.
“It is in the interest of our people and the nation that we work together for the good of our people. We need to get together to chart the pathway of growth,” the Acting President noted.
In his response, Governor Wike reassured that the state government will cooperate with the federal government to deliver development to the people.
He said, “I believe that the visit of the Acting President will bring good relationship between the federal government and Rivers State.
“Let us allow the interest of the majority in whatever we do. Party must take the back seat. The interest of Rivers State is paramount.
“That is why we are doing everything we can to cooperate with the federal government because we believe in the unity of this nation.”
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