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Traffic Warden awarded by Wike becomes homeless 1-year after, says governor dint fulfill promises
Report has it that the voluntary traffic warden, Mr. Oporum who bagged the Rivers State Merit Award last year, has been forced out of his house in Port-Harcourt, the state capital.
Mr. Friday Opurum was decorated last year by the Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike and was promised several benefits including a house amidst fanfare and in the full glare of the press.
According to reports, Mr. Oporum is yet to receive any of the promises made to him.
Mr. Friday Opurum was yesterday forced out of his one room apartment at Oroworuko, along Aba Road by the landlord for failing to pay his house rent since June 2018.
With the big Rivers State government title attached to his short lived media popularity, Mr Opurum is currently homeless even though he was seen directing traffic at his usual location in Inside D-Line yesterday afternoon.
Mr Friday and his wife were pictured evacuating their properties out of their one room apartment after the landlord forced them out of the accommodation.