Gov Wike Clears Backlog of Salaries in Rivers state


 Rivers State, the governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, has directed the immediate payment of the backlog of salaries owed civil servants in the state.

The governor claimed to have inherited two months unpaid salaries from the immediate past administration in the state which had earlier sparked off a series of protests by workers demanding why the former administration refused to pay them.

Wike assured civil servants that their welfare would be given top priority by his administration, adding that on no account would they be owed salaries.

He expressed  his commitment  to  promoting  the  interest  of  all people  resident in  the  state.

He also stated that funding of projects would not be a challenge in the state government’s commitment to rehabilitate and reconstruct key roads in state capital, Port Harcourt.
Speaking  during  his inspection  tour of  the  East West-Elelenwo-TransAmadi-Garrison Road which has a bridge, on Wednesday, Governor Wike  assured contractors that his administration had taken  steps to  ensure that road projects were adequately funded.


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