In a bid to ensure free and seamless movement of waste evaluation of trucks in and out of Gosa dump site, the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) looks to within the shortest possible time expand access road to Gosa dump site, to pave way for efficient wastes management in the Territory.
FCT Permanent Secretary, Chinyeaka Ohaa dropped this hint during an inspection tour of Gosa dump site and WUPA Sewage Treatment Plant, along Airport Road.
Oyaa, who expressed satisfaction with the state of the dump site, further revealed that the visit would afford him the opportunity to have first hand information on the state of the dump site and make swift intervention where necessary.
“We will ensure we expand the road in order to ensure free movement of trucks going into the dump site.
“I am very much pleased with what I have seen here so far.
“No doubt, we are doing tremendous work and we hope to surpass whatever feat we have achieved, he stated.
According to him, the FCT Administration would continue to work assiduously to ensure that all the critical infrastructures are in good functional condition.
He also revealed that in order to sustain the tremendous feats, the Administration has recorded across all sectors, he would ensure the culture of succession plan is instituted.
The Permanent Secretary was accompanied by Coordinator, Abuja Metropolitan Management Council (AMMC) Malam Shuaibu Umar and Director, Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB), Mrs. Omolola Olanipekun and other management staff.