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Trouble Looms As Governor Wike Demolishes Spare Parts Market In Port Harcourt

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The Rivers State government has begun the demolition of the popular Ikoku spare parts market in Port Harcourt.

The demolition follows the selling of the land by the owners to people believed to be fronting for Governor Nyesom Wike.

A flyover was also proposed to be built in the area.

Decency Global News, gathered that the Wike administration announced plans for the relocation of the spare parts market and mechanic sheds out of the present Ikoku area since 2019.

The government, however, did not build an alternative market for the traders but provided a parcel of land at the Iriebe area of Obio-Akpor LGA.

There have been controversies over the selling of the land in which the market was built, with sources saying Wike bought it from the owners.

Chairman of the Ikoku Motor Spare Parts Dealers Association, Chief Anthony Alaribole Iwu, had expressed hope that their request for more time would be granted.

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