Day 7 Decongestion.

Port Harcourt City decongestion team hit Old GRA, Township, as deputy Mayor leads the process.


The Deputy Mayor of Port Harcourt City Hon. Mrs Marian Fiberesima led the Decongestion Team to Old Port Harcourt Township as the process enter its second week.


The team storms Aggery Road, Lagos Bustop, Sokoto Street and Creek Road Market.

This is part of the amiable vision and mission of Gov Nyesom Wike and Port Harcourt City Mayor Hon Victor Ihunwo Nyeche to develop Port Harcourt City to its best, keeping it clean, free of traffic and attract investors.

Port Harcourt city decongestion team stormed Old GRA, Township, Creek road, Lagos bustop, Eagle Island, Ikokwu, others and offset illegal and roadside traders, as the team intensified effort to make Port Harcourt City clean, organised and free of traffic with the aim to improve the societal life of the people which will increase the security and safety of the people.


Areas visited so far include; G.S.M village at Garrison, the Ogbum-nu-Abali axis of Garrison Road and Elekahia Road, dislodging taxi drivers whose operation is obstructing free flow of traffic, Waterlines, Mile 3 market areas, mile 1 fly overs, Eagle Island, Ikokwu, Old GRA, Township area, others.

In line towards returning port Harcourt city to its garden state,the Mayor of Port Harcourt City, Hon Victor Nyeche Ihunwo, together with Deputy Mayor Mrs Marian Fiberesima , Chief of Staff, Mr.Maxwell Enwukwe Maxwell,  Secretary to the Council Dr Ezebunwo Nyeche, The Executive Assistant Hon Ezebunwo Justice Nnokam, Chief Security Officer, Mr Festus Shaky, Chief Press secretary Bob Abayomi, others, with the assistance of the supervisor of Transport Mr Gift Abunonu Amadi, and the whole decongestion team, will not rest until sanity and Port Harcourt City beauty is restored.

If you have friends, relatives or family members who are involving in illegal trades, streets selling, etc. Advise the person to desist and obey the law to avoid being mauled or embarrassed by decongestion team.

Mayor of Portharcourt City Hon Victor Ihunwo JP had earlier announced the ban on street trading in Portharcourt city. The Ban affects all illegal trading points in the city with much emphasis on trading on ikwerre road, stadium road, waterlines and GRA junction.Those engaged in street trading in the city must vacate the road within 7days or face the full weight of the law in line with the bye laws of the council.In the same vein.

The Mayor had also banned the operation of illegal motor parks in the city. Some of the illegal motor parks mentioned include; Waterlines, Wokoma street, Emenike Junction, Garrison by Ogbum-nu-Abali, Sokoto street, Lagos Bus stop, Nitel by Garrison, Abuja bypass, Mile 1 by Education, New waja, Amadi Ama Roundabout, Moscow road by Police Headquarters. At the expiration of the 7days ultimatum which takes effect from 9th of April, all offenders will be arrested, prosecuted and also have their vehicles confiscated.