Wike stated this on Friday while addressing journalists shortly after an inspection tour of on-going projects in the state.
“I am also resolved to leave Port Harcourt far better than what I met on ground. Every body can see that it is not easy, considering the present economic situation in the country,” he said.
Wike noted that;
“To sustain the execution of infrastructural development projects and also fight Covid-19 when most of my colleagues are complaining of paucity of funds shows political will and strategic leadership.”
“People are wondering how we are doing it. But we determined not to disappoint our people and they will be happy when I have served out my tenure that they had a governor that really came to serve.”