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List of Projects Tinubu Will Commission in May to Mark One Year in Office

FCT, Abuja – Nyesom Wike, the minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), has disclosed that President Bola Tinubu will commission some of the projects he has started in May to mark his one-year in office....CONTINUE READING

Wike, one of the opposition members Tinubu appointed as minister, stated this during his media chat on Tuesday, April 2.

During the media chat, the former governor of Rivers spoke on several topics, including the politics in Rivers and his current relationship with the state governor, Siminalayi Fubara.

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According to Wike, some of the projects Tinubu will commission are:

Federal Secretariat (First Phase)

Abuja Metro Line

Southern Parkway

Roads B6 and B12

Vice President’s official residence

Wuye Interchange

Outer Southern Expressway (OSEX)

Northern Parkway (N20)

Guzape Lot 2

Guzape Diplomatic Area

Five access roads to the Abuja train stations

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Wike’s relationship with Tinubu became public following the crisis that rocked the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) ahead of the 2023 election.

The then governor of Rivers state had led four other governors of the party, known as the G5, to work against the presidential bid of the PDP over the claim that the southern bloc in the party had been sidelined.

Below is the video of Wike’s interview:

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Cabul Network, a development organisation, made the call at a press conference, citing the Supreme Court judgment on the outcome of the 2023 presidential election petition.

John Harry, the group’s spokesperson, agreed with Wike’s request to have access to security votes, like other governors in Nigeria, to fight insecurity in Abuja.