The Esu of Jahi 1 community in the Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Alhaji Adamu Dogo, has called on the chairman of the council Hon. Micah Jiba, to provide basic amenities, so as to alleviate the plight of people living the area.
He urged the Chairman to stimulate necessary action towards constructing and rehabilitating a lot of access roads, bore holes and other essentials of life in the community to ease the stress of the area.
Esu Dodo, who expressed his displeasure in an interview with Peoples Daily, said the community has been neglected by the present administration.
He added that the community has not felted a bit of the dividend of democracy.
The monarch also expressed dismay over the hike in electricity tariff, which the people are now battling to meet up with in the community, appealing to government to urgently look into the matter.
He further pleaded with the Council boss, to come to the community’s aid by providing more health facilities, post more doctors and nurses, needed to help the community complete the long standing community clinic, which his community has managed to provide.
“Most of my people are farmers, and lack of durable developed road networks in the community has set them back from selling our harvested farm produce in other markets,” the community ruler said.
Equally, he requested the council’s administration to build secondary school for the children of his community, in order to provide equally opportunities of learning among his people.
He adds that; “it will go a long way in address the issues of children cross roads to school in the next community and Mabushi and various accidents most of them have gone through.”
The community chief, also pleaded with AMAC to send environmental workers from the organisation to help them dispose the dirt within his community, in order for the community to free from disease and other health hazards.
Dodo, said the community is always ready to participate in every activities of the government, and his people will live in harmony, as they wait to feel the impact of the present administration.