He assured the people of Andoni that he won’t take their support for granted, assuring them that he will take steps to uplift the area.
He said: “We will not visit Andoni for campaigns if the Unity Road is not completed.
You can see that the work is going on. I made a promise and I will keep to the promise. You supported us and you deserve the best.”
The governor added: “As for the Ngo General Hospital, we have paid the contractor up to 90 per cent of the contract sum.
There is no way the hospital will not be completed by the next one month.”
He congratulated King Nnabiget XIV; Okan-Ama Ngo of Ngo Land for his recognition, the governor announced his support to the project, thanking the Nnabiget XIV and Andoni people for the chieftaincy title conferred on him, just as he said that the recognition extended to the monarch came at a time destined by God.
In his address, King Job Williams Okuruket Nnabiget XIV, Okan-Ama Ngo of Ngo Land, said his recognition marks the end of several chieftaincy conflicts in the area.
He thanked Governor Wike for the recognition of his stool in line with the judgment of a court. He said he will not pursue any vendetta as his interest lies with the development of Adonis Local Government Area.
The Speaker of the Rivers State House of Assembly, Mr. Kunai Ibanez said the history of the people of Adonis cannot be complete without the mention of Governor Wike, who ended a chieftaincy crisis that had raged for over three decades.
The Speaker, who represents Andoni State Constituency, lauded the Governor for the full commencement of the construction of the Ogoni-Andoni-Opobo Unity Road and the total rehabilitation of the Ngo General Hospital.