The chairman of Abuja Municipal Area Council has commended the minister of the FCT on a job well done so far.
The chairman, Abuja Municipal Area Council ( AMAC ), Hon. Micah Jiba has described as laudable the recent move by the FCT minister, Bello Muhammed to partner with the security agencies to ensure peace and credible poll in the city.
The council elections which has been fixed for March 19, 2016, Jiba who doubles as the ALGON president, while speaking to journalists in Abuja, further congratulated the FCT minister on his 100 days in office.
Jiba said FCT residents have witnessed a peaceful atmosphere and has seen a working minister who took out his time to visits several project sites, particularly those that have immediate and direct bearing on the lives of FCT residents expecially the Abuja Light Rail and the knotty Karshi – Apo – Arah road.
“With our experience in government we know a working minister right from the first resumption in office.For instance he promised to make health services more accessible to the residents of the territory, especially for those at the rural areas, and immediately the minister ordered the management of the FCT Health and Human Services Secretariat to immediately commence medical services to patients at the Zuba Cottage Hospital which was completed over 5 years ago, I mean its a bold step.
For also making a commitment to immediately pay the contractor handling the Apo-Karshi-Arah Road a pending job certificate of N324 million is a bold step. And want to also commend the minister for given due attention to the development of the six Area Councils, and the Satellite Towns in order to decongest the Federal Capital City and his decision to moved the Satellite Towns Development Department (STDD) to Karshi to bring it closer to the rural people” he said.
Jiba therefore, advised the minister to develop a frame work and work key stakeholders in the FCT especially when constituting his economic team, mandate secretaries and special advisers. He also advised the minister to working hand in hand with the original inhabitants of the FCT, religious and traditional rulers.
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