By Sadiq Abubakar, Abuja.
The Senate minority leader, Senator Philip Aduda representing Federa Capital Territory (FCT) on Wednesday, flagged-off the construction of 7 kilometer stretch road project at Kuchingoro community in Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC).
Aduda, represented by his senior legislative aide, Alhaji Abdulrahman Mohammed, who performed the official flag-off, said he decided to award road project in order to enhance people of Kuchingoro and it’s environs access to good road network.
He said the construction of the road which will comprised of asphalt overlay and water drainage system was part of his ongoing constituency projects for the good people of Kuchingoro and the FCT.
He said there many ongoing roads projects being executed by him across various rural communities in the FCT, saying embarking on such projects are part of his quest to gives back to his people democratic dividends.
Aduda, therefore, urged the contractor handling the road project to ensure early completion of the work.
However, both the chief and district head of Kuchingoro community, Ibrahim Wambe and Umar Madaki, appreciated the senator Aduda for embarking on the road project in their community.
They said road the road project after completion will ease hardships their people have been facing over years, adding that the road project will also boost socio economic activities in the area.
On his part, the chairman of Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) Hon Christopher Zakka Maikalangu, who was also at the flag-off ceremony, also expressed appreciation to Senator Aduda for coming to the aid of people of the community.
He said he was overwhelmed for award of the road project, saying his administration would emulate from the senator’s leadership quality.