Rivers State will never be intimidated
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has declared that no level of illegal use of force by Federal Security Services will intimidate the government and people of the state.
Governor Wike stated that the State Government remains committed to the legal use of the people's mandate to advance the course of development.
Speaking during the commissioning of Anaka multi-million naira multi-purpose community hall in Ogbogoro town, Governor Wike who was represented by his Chief of Staff, Engr Chukwuemeka Woke urged Rivers people to remain peaceful and calm despite the provocative actions against their interest.
He regretted the invasion of the Rivers State Neighbourhood Safety Corps Agency training camp by the Army, saying that it was done in bad faith.
The governor added that the Rivers State Neighbourhood Safety Corps Agency has also created the needed employment and empowered youths across the state.
He charged communities across the state to remain peaceful and support peace initiatives that will engender development.
Chairman of the occasion, George Ihuigwe urged youths of the community to desist from crime and cultism. He said that he will contribute his quota to the development of the area by supporting the education of youths through the purchase of JAMB and WAEC forms.
He thanked the Rivers State Governor for always identifying with the community through projects and participation in their key social functions.