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Naysayers of FCT’s progress sadists – Wike



The FCT Minister, Nyesom Wike, has described those questioning the fixing of streetlights and continuing criminality in the nation’s capital as sadists who find it difficult to accept the reality of change.

Wike came hard on the critics of his projects when he visited some ongoing road projects in Guzape Lot 2 handled by Gilmor Construction; the Goodluck Jonathan Expressway handled by Salini Nigeria Limited; road resurfacing projects in Asokoro handled by Julius Berger and the Diplomatic Area.

Wike urged citizens to learn to commend the government when there were improvements, noting that his administration was working to repair vandalised streetlights, adding that the FCTA wasn’t only interested in road projects, but also had plans to improve the healthcare, education and agricultural sectors.

He appreciated the president for signing the FCT’s 2024 statutory budget, noting that the budget would herald “a revolution of infrastructure in Abuja,” assuring that a lot of jobs would be done with the budget across all sectors.


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On the lingering land disputes between FCT natives and the military, Wike said he had met with the Chief of Defence Staff, Gen Christopher Musa, who gave the assurance that everything would be resolved, adding that there was no cause for alarm.

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