Until now, all of you had given up hope. Wike to those in AMAC

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President Bola Tinubu has given Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, instructions to provide residents in rural areas equal attention.

He claimed that since a sizable portion of the population lives in these places, attention must be paid to them.

When work on a 5-kilometer access road in the Saburi 1 and 2 neighborhoods of the Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC of the Federal Capital Territory, began, Wike made this statement.

Beginning near the Dei-Dei International Market in Abuja, the Outer Northern Expressway (ONEX) to the ancient Keffi road is where the road work gets started.

According to Wike, the project is one of the six significant roads that Tinubu ordered each of the six Area Council Chairmen in the Federal Capital Territory to propose for development.

Before the year ends, the minister promised, these rural roads in the FCT Area Councils would be finished.

“This route has been a hardship up until now, according to the AMAC Chairman. That is something that the member for this constituency has also hinted at.

That implied at the time that you had all given up on life. We are now giving you that optimism again because of Mr. President’s Renewed optimism Agenda.

“I’ve informed the Satellite Town Development Department Director that this road needs to be prioritized for AMAC because we have a meeting on Friday to finalize our budget.”

“The President has stressed that our people in rural areas need to be given attention because they make up a large portion of the population,” he continued.

“Therefore, it is not just where the wealthy reside but also where the impoverished do, in order for us to lower the degree of insecurity, foster economic growth, and assist our farmers in bringing in their produce.”

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