By Chioma Nnodim
Chairman, Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC, Hon. Christopher Zakka Maikalangu, has vowed to meeting the needs and aspirations of AMAC residents, noting that the residents would enjoy the dividends of democracy and feel the impact of good governance within their various communities in his administration.
The AMAC Chairman made this known on
Thursday, at the ground breaking ceremony to mark the commencement for the rehabilitation of Mabushi township road in the Council.
Speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony of the Mabushi road project, Maikalangu said that as a responsible government that adheres to the yearnings of the people, stating that it is the responsibility of his administration to meet the needs and aspirations of the electorate.
He said: “I am very glad to be here this morning to perform this ground breaking ceremony to mark the commencement for the rehabilitation of a township road at Mabushi District of the Council.
“As a responsible government that adheres to the yearnings of its people, it is our responsibility to meet the needs and aspirations of all the electorates. This will enable residents to enjoy the dividends of democracy and feel the impact of good governance within their various communities.
“Providing basic infrastructures such as this cannot be overrated as luxurious but necessary facilities to make life easy. It would also motivate residents to carry out their civic responsibilities without stress. Therefore, our focus has been more of road construction and rehabilitation in addition to other achievements in rural electrification, water and educational development, among others.
“It will interest you to know that as part of our legacy projects, we are celebrating today the construction and completion of over 10 asphalt roads in the 12 political wards of the Area Council and are awaiting commissioning.
“For the record purposes, beginning from 16th June, 2022, we have committed time and money to the construction of roads within Kpegyi community, Damagaza Village, Wumba village, and Gwagwa (by Police Station).
“We have also completed the Dutsen-Garki, Jikwoyi and Unguwan Sarki access roads in Orozo. We also re-awarded the Iddo-Sarki access road project along the Airport road and it is FULLY completed. In addition to our completed legacy roads projects, there are about five on-going road projects across the Area Council to add to the one we are about to commence today. Like I have mentioned several times, we are here to serve the people and we will leave no stone unturned until we make positive impacts across board,” he added.