Gov. Nyesom Wike has tasked traditional rulers in Rivers State not to allow illegal crude oil artisanal refining (kpo-fire) activities to take place in their domains anymore.
Gov. Wike has in a note of caution to the Senate explained why the Nigerian Law School should be insulated from the politics.
Ogoni stakeholders have given the reason why they unanimously agreed that Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike should lead a multi-consultative forum to discuss with the Federal Government of Nigeria on the planned resumption of oil production in OML 11.
The Nigerian Supreme Court order of injunction restraining the Federal Government and its agencies from ceding oil wells in Akri and Mgbede, Rivers State to Imo State, still subsist.
Rivers Governor Wike makes case for strong leadership.
Gov. Wike has revealed how the delay in completion of the N120 Billion Bonny-Bodo Road was caused by the Buhari Presidency.
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“Are we really part of this country? Is Rivers State part of this country? They have taken away majority of the prominent positions occupied by our sons and daughters in the Federal Government,” Governor Wike laments during Sen. Abaribe’s visit.
How we improved security in Rivers State to attract foreign investors, Governor Wike explains.