The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) said that work has
resumed on the completion of the long awaited Apo-Karshi road, while
there are plans to construct another bypass to tackle traffic
situation on the Abuja-Nyanya axis.
Speaking when he received members of the National Defence College
(Course 26), who were on a courtesy visit, FCT minister, Malam
Muhammad Musa Bello, revealed that the contractors are back on site to
ensure that they meet the targets of the administration.
Represented by the executive secretary, Federal Capital Development
Authority (FCDA), Engr. Umar Gambo Jibril, the minister disclosed that
he has given a marching order for the completion of the
Bello also expressed determination to ensure the completion of another
major bypass that would pass behind Mpape, traversing Nyanya, Gitata
Panda, and terminating at Gurara, in Kaduna State.
On how the administration was working towards tackling issues of high
pressure on facilities in the Federal Capital City, the minister
stated that the Satellite Towns Development Department (STDD) was
working hard on the provision of water, roads and facilities in three
of the territory’s satellite towns of Kubwa, Bwari and Karshi.
Earlier in his speech, the leader of the delegation, Commodore Emmanuel Ogalla,
had expressed gratitude to the minister and the FCTA management for
the warm reception accorded them, and disclosed that they were
surprised seeing that so much was been done by the administration.
He pledged that they would make their contributions that would ensure
excellence in service delivery and infrastructural development of the