A community leader of Tugan-Ashere community in Abuja municipal Area Council (AMAC) of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mr. Abubakar Giwa, has called on the chairman of the council, Hon. Micah Jiba, to as a matter of urgency build a primary school in the community, to save their children from stress of having to trek long distance to neighbouring towns to attend schools.
Giwa, who made the call in a recent interview with Peoples Daily in the community, also urged the chairman to provide a transformer for the residents, in order to boost socio-economic growth in the area.
He further appealed to council chairman to rehabilitate major roads linking Suleja-Zuba, express road, to enable farmers to transport their farm produce to markets for sale during the dry season.
He expressed dismay that the government of the area council had neglected the community in terms of developmental projects, calling on the chairman to focus on the development of the community.
The community leader, however, commended the chairman for constructing pipe borne water in the community, to enhance living in the area.