By Usman Shuaibu
The Chairman of Igbo Community Assembly in charge of Aco Estate in Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) of the Federal Capital Territory, Hon. Patrick Ihuoma, has called on the Chairman of AMAC, Hon.
Abdullahi Adamu Candido to as a matter of urgency to establish primary, Junior as well as Senior Secondary schools in Aco community in order to enable the children have access to education in the area.
He also charged the Chairman to provide potable drinking water for the residents of the area, so as to alleviate their suffering.
Ihuoma, who made this call in an interview with Peoples Daily in Aco estate, further urged the Chairman to deem it necessary to repair the dilapidated roads in the community.
He pleaded with AMAC boss to build a police out post to arrest the problem of the crimes being perpetrated by some criminals in the area.
His words: “The past government of Abuja Municipal Area Council had neglected Aco estate or community in terms of developmental projects.
So, this present Chairman of AMAC should endeavour to provide basic amenities in Aco estate”.
Ihuoma, who is also the palace secretary of Wawa unit, however, appealed to AMAC chairman to consider the plight of Igbo traders whenever he was embarking on the demolition exercise in the area, noted that most of Igbo trades have genuine allocation papers being offered to them by the FCT Administration.