Maikalangu inspects salient community projects in AMAC

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By Joyce Remi-Babayeju

The Chairman of Abuja Municipal Area Council, Hon. Christopher Zakka Maikalangu on Tuesday during media inspection tour around some communities from Jikwoyi to Karshi in the four political wards of zone.A, inspected projects ranging from rural electrification, motorized boreholes and asphalt road network and drainages in the various communities.

He warned that any contractor that fails to meet the standard would not be paid.

The various community projects inspected which he termed dividends of democracy and his campaign promises include AMAC projects such as Rural Electrification 500 KVA by 11 lines Transformer at Kugbo furniture market, Asphalt road of 595 kilometers and 10,000 liters comprehensive motorized borehole at Angwa Gade, Jikwoyi Phase 1.

Rehabilitation of Kpeyegi Phase 11 Asphalt Extension access road 2.15 kilometer road at Angwa Gbagi. Construction of comprehensive motorized borehole at Karshi. Karshi Saki, Orozo community, 850 meters road.

Others include Electrification of 500 KVA by 33 lines project at Angwa Dogo, Karshi. Rehabilitation of access road at Kurudu by Vita foam and installation of 500KVA transformer at Karu behind cemetery. Rehabilitation of access road in Kurudu with 500kv 33 lines transformers in Gidna-Diya and the ongoing access road at Gbagalape in Nyanya ward.

Speaking after the inspections of the various projects with members of his cabinet ,Maikalangu stated that the projects are some of the promises he made during his campaign and he was happy that the people are pleased with what they have.

Maikalangu said, “I’m happy with the progress of the projects so far, but the contractors must deliver in line with the required standards.”

“We appeal to the communities where the projects are sited to corporate with the contractors, else the project will be shifted to another community that needs it.”

He said that the contractors handling the projects have linked the delay in the work to rainy season, adding that the rainy season will soon be over and there would not be reason for excuses.

The AMAC Chairman promised that all the projects will be completed in two to three weeks time.

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