Gov Nyesom Wike of Rivers said on Monday that his administration had completed 42 roads in three months.

Wike made this known in Port Harcourt while conducting Journalists round some of the completed roads.

He said that 30 other roads were nearing completion and that his administration was determined to touch lives positively.

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Wike, who noted that the previous administration abandoned governance, promised to lead a prosperous Rivers.

He explained that the essence of governance was to put viable infrastructure in place aimed at strengthening the economy.

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The governor who led journalists to Abuloma/Woji road under construction, said when completed, the road would reduce traffic along Aba road.

Wike promised to put durable infrastructure in place that would put the state back on the part of progress.

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Some of the roads visited were Ahoada Street, Creek road, Borokiri road and Nkpogu road bridge, among others.