Construction Of Abandoned Pai Road Project To Commence Soon – Senator Aduda

Senator minority leader Senator Philip Aduda representing the FCT
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By Sadiq Abubakar, Abuja.

The Senate minority leader, Senator Philip Aduda representing the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has assured that construction work will soon commence on the abandoned Pai -Kundu road project in the Kwali area council of Abuja.

Aduda, represented by the FCT commissioner for Public Complaints Commission (PCC) Ezikel Dalhattu Musa, stated on Tuesday, at the three-day Friday prayers of the late traditional ruler of Pai chiefdom, the the the His Royal Highness (HRH) Alhaji Abdullahi Bala Pai.

He informed the elders of Pai chiefdom that arrangements are being put in place for mobilized contractors to commence in no distance time, saying the Pai-Kundu has economically viable not only to the people of Pai chiefdom but to other residents of the FCT as well as the the the investors.

“And I want to assure the good people of Pai chiefdom that we are making efforts to ensure that the Pai – Kundu road project is captured in the 2023 budget as contractors will be mobilized to the site to commence work immediately,” he said.

Aduda, therefore, called on traditional rulers, village heads, district heads, and community leaders to be wary of visitors that come into their domains, saying they should always be vigilant to raise whenever they come across any suspicious persons in their domain’s security agents.

Speaking on behalf of the family of the late Pai chief, Alhaji Hussaini Halilu Pai, who is the commissioner of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for Plateau state, appreciated senator Aduda for his continuous support of Pai chiefdoms.

He lauded senator Aduda for embarking on viable projects that have been impacting the lives of the good people of the FCT, adding that senator Aduda’s quality representation at the national assembly has continued to impact positively on the lives of residents of the FCT irrespective of tribe, ethnic, religious and political affiliations.

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