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Rivers State Governor,  Nyesom Ezenwo Wike presiding over the State Executive Council meeting on Wednesday at the Government House Port Harcourt. 

Rivers State Executive Council moves to rejig sanitation arrangement in Port Harcourt 

The Rivers State Executive Council has directed the Rivers State Waste Management Agency (RIWAMA) to develop a comprehensive plan to rejig the sanitation arrangement in the state.
The State Executive Council reached the decision at a Council Meeting presided over by Rivers State Governor,  Nyesom Ezenwo Wike on Wednesday at the Government House,  Port Harcourt.
Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communication,  Paulinus Nsirim told journalists that RIWAMA has two weeks to submit its report.
He said: “Rivers State Executive Council,  reviewed the sanitary condition of the state capital after an interaction with the Sole Administrator of Rivers State Waste Management Authority  (RIWAMA) and  directed the Sole Administrator of RIWAMA to develop a comprehensive plan that will rejig the sanitation arrangement in the state.
“The RIWAMA boss has two weeks to present his comprehensive plan to the council. “
He also stated that the Rivers State Executive Council set up a committee to outline the modalities for the implementation  of the owner-occupier Policy for Judges.
“The State Executive Council also set up a committee to work out modalities for the owner-occupier Government policy for Judges ho will retire from Service .
“This is to ensure that judges who retire from Service in the state have decent accommodation. That committee is headed by the Secretary to the State Government, Attorney-General of Rivers State is Secretary,  Commissioner for Housing, Commissioner for Finance , Commissioner for Social Welfare , Hon. Justice Adolphus Enebeli will be a represent the judges, while the Permanent Secretary,  Ministry of Lands will also be a member.
“That committee has two weeks to submit its report,” he said.
Simeon Nwakaudu  ,
Special Assistant to the Rivers State Governor,  Electronic Media.
26th February,  2020
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