Governor of Rivers State, Siminalayi Fubara has officially initiated the construction of 26 roads in the Elenwo community of Rivers State.
This is in observance of his administration’s first 100 days in office.
Accompanied by political leaders from the state, His Excellency, Governor Fubara, commenced the construction of Elelewon Internal Roads in Obio-Akpor Local Government Area, aligning with the consolidation and continuity agenda of his administration.
This road project encompasses 26 different roads spanning approximately 25.1 kilometers. It forms a crucial part of Governor Fubara’s strategic plan to extend urban development beyond the city center to the suburban areas of the state’s capital. Upon completion, these roads are expected to enhance transportation and elevate the socioeconomic status of the region and its neighboring communities.
Reflecting on his campaign promises, Governor Fubara emphasized that his calm and humble demeanor should not be misconstrued as weakness. He marked his 100th day in office by commencing this significant project alongside various other flag-offs and project commissions, all part of the celebrations for this milestone.
Fubara, called upon the residents of Elelenwo community to maintain a peaceful atmosphere and provide unwavering support to the contracted construction firm. The governor emphasized the importance of cooperation to ensure the timely completion and commissioning of the project within the scheduled six-month timeframe.