Addressing journalists after projects inspection on Monday, Governor Wike added that his Administration will also continue to develop the education and health sectors.
He said : "We believe that security is important and we believe that agriculture is key to making sure that we take our youths away from the streets.
"While we are continuing with education and health, security, agriculture and environmental sanitation will be given priority attention.
"Port Harcourt must not continue the way it is. People trading on the streets make Port Harcourt dirty. Cleaning up the city will be a special project. We will not allow Port Harcourt to continue to be dirty.".
Governor Wike said that his administration will be very decisive on stopping street trading in the State Capital and its environs.
The Governor said during his first term the administration started from the beginning because it was laying foundation which was absent at the time he took over.
Governor Wike inspected the Real Madrid Football Academy, Judges Quarters and the Fruit Garden Market.
He expressed satisfaction with the quality of work done at the project sites. He said that the projects will be commissioned after his inauguration for the second term.
Governor Wike took out time during the project inspection to interact with school children near the Real Madrid Football Academy and the Fruit Garden Market.