Is Wike The Owner Of Julius Berger? – Secondus Reacts To Allegation Of Failing To Complete Contracts

 Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, has come under fire from Prince Uche Secondus, a former national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), for his statement that he failed to carry out contracts that were given to him. According to Naija News, Wike accused Secondus of not finishing the contracts given to him during the commissioning of the Eneka-Igbo Etche Road project on Friday. According to Wike, the contract sum was fully paid in some cases, but the projects were not completed. He pressed the former party leader to provide the name of any road contract he had received and completed. In a brief interview with Sunday Punch, Secondus insisted that the claim is false.

He clarified that he has never been a contractor or received any money from the state. He declared, "It is wrong of him to make such serious allegations without any supporting documentation." Allow him to conduct his own research and visit the Corporate Affairs Commission to obtain information about the businesses he has awarded contracts to or those to which the government has awarded contracts. I don't belong with them. He shouldn't be buying airtime from television networks and spreading outright lies and half-truths, given his position. Is he the owner of Julius Berger, which has prospered in the state by carrying out contracts worth hundreds of billions of naira? In the run-up to the February 25 presidential election, Second claimed that he was more focused on helping the party's nominee, Atiku Abubakar, win the presidency. "As for me, I'm not a violent person, and I'm still committed to seeing our presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, and his running mate, Ifeanyi Okowa, win the upcoming presidential election. I urge Governor Wike to work with Nigeria's progressives to make history. He loves the PDP, and I have no doubt that he won't take any actions that could compromise its victory. "I hope the new year brings the governor happiness and success," he continued.

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