By Usman Shuaibu
An Abuja-based businessman, Tobias Obiechina, has appealed to the chairman of Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC), Adamu Abdullahi Candido, to deem it necessary to repair the dilapidated roads within the Aco communities for the sake of motorists plying the roads.
He also called on the chairman to provide basic necessities of life for the electorate who voted him into power in the area.
Obiechina made the appeal in an interview with Peoples Daily correspondent in Abuja, saying that despite the persistent appeals to AMAC chairman to provide infrastructural facilities in the Aco communities, nothing had been done to put smiles on the faces of the residents there.
He further charged the chairman to fulfill his promises made during the electioneering campaign to the people of Aco Estate, noting that Aco estate was underdeveloped.
He said: “When the AMAC chairman took the mantle of leadership of the Area Council, he visited us in Aco estate with the hope of doing some things for the betterment of the people who supported him during the election. Unfortunately, no structure has put in place in Aco estate, but we are still expecting the chairman to do something”.
While commenting on the 2019 general elections, Obiechina advised the Igbos to register for the Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to enable them vote for the candidates of their choice in 2019 elections.