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Published On: Tue, Nov 11th, 2014

FCTA has completed 10 new projects in Abuja – Minister

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fct-balaBy Stanely Onyekwere

The Minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Senator Bala Mohammed ,has revealed that President Goodlcuk Jonathan’s Administration has recently completed and put to use ten new peoples-oriented capital projects in Abuja, the nation’s capital.

Mohammed, who made the disclosure at the weekend while reviewing some of the on-going capital projects in the FCT, said one of such projects is thematic billion-naira construction of Phases III & IV (20,000m/hour), Lower Usama Dam Water Treatment Plants, which no doubt has since drastically

improved water supply to the Federal Capital City and its environs.’

According to a statement by Chief Press Secretary to the FCT, Muhammad Sule, the minister disclosed ,that the Transformational Government of President Jonathan has also completed the infrastructure to Katampe District Extension project.*

The Minister noted that the government has further achieved the upgrading of existing engineering infrastructure to Apo/Garki Resettlement Village, Abuja (Lot II-Water supply) as well as upgrading of existing engineering infrastructure to Apo/Garki Resettlement Village, Abuja (Lot I-Road Works).

Also, he said the Administration has also completed the construction of Flyover Bridge at Mogadishu cantonment in addition, to the design of engineering infrastructure and production of Tender documents to Kyami District.

He further added that the FCT Administration has completed the provision of engineering infrastructure to Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA) quarters in Wuse II, Abuja and access road / water supply to Federal Ministry of Works and Housing Estate.

The construction of primary infrastructure to National Assembly Owner Occupier Housing Scheme at Dape District, Abuja as well as supply and installation of Laser Automated Burglary Alarm System at Gudu District, Abuja have also been completed,” the minister was quoted in the statement.


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