“The argument for true federalism, restructuring and resource control, in one form or the other, actually predates Nigeria’s independence and the confirmation of our status as a republic, but since then, each state and zone has grown into the realization of its areas of strength, geographic and demographic advantages,” Paulinus Nsirim writes.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Paulinus Nsirim writes: “Did Mbadiwe Emelumba not see or hear or read of Governor Wike’s monumental feat, triumphant entry and superlative performance in the same Cross Rivers State he has cited as example, just recently?”
“We are indeed quite saddened by the fact that Senibo Finebone, has in recent times sunk into the murky primordial cesspool of verbal rambling and rigmarole, ostensibly to maintain a reputational ‘presence’ and sustain an unnecessary relevance in the political space,” Amieyeofori Ibim writes in Opinions.
“One cannot help but wonder, not for the umpteenth time, how low, petty, jaundiced and begrudgingly spiteful Mr. Peterside has sunk, in his unbridled obsession to discredit Governor Nyesom Wike,” Paulinus Nsirim writes.
Rivers State Executive Council has approved the acquisition of all undeveloped and uncompleted buildings in the old and new Government Residential Areas (GRAs) in Port Harcourt metropolis.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Paulinus Nsirim writes: “We are even at a loss to fathom how Dakuku Peterside could so quickly have forgotten that his APC government not only demolished Abonnema Water front, but also Njemanze, Elechi Beach and Nanka waterfronts.”
Rivers State Information and Communications Commissioner Paulinus Nsirim has called on the Nigerian Medical Association to collaborate with the State Government in the war against illegal bunkering and artisanal refining activities in the State.
“Rivers State remains the only State in world history where a previous government refused to hand over in a democracy,” Paulinus Nsirim writes in Opinions.
“Governor Wike’s pragmatic offensive against illegal refineries had been driven by his deep worry and concern over the environmental pollution caused by dangerous black soot, which had practically covered the stratosphere of major parts of Rivers State and had become even more life threatening with the arrival of the Omicron Delta Covid-19 variant, to compound the already menacing and precarious respiratory health challenges synonymous with the Coronavirus.”
Gov. Wike, today, 6/1/2022, presented N30million to the families of three police officers of the Rivers State Command of the Nigeria Police who died in the line of duty in the State last year.