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I'll do my best to advance education – Abaji Chairman

16th Dec, 2019 | By Chris Anioji | ||

The Chairman of Abaji Area council, Alhaji Abdurrahman Ajiya, has pledged his commitment to the promotion of education at all levels in his Area Council. This promise was made on the occasion of the 2019 award day of the Association of Primary School Head Teachers of Nigeria (AOPSHON), Federal Capital Territory (FCT) wing, held recently at Teachers House, Gwagwalada.

The Area Council's helmsman who was one of the beneficiaries of the Union's meritorious award of excellence, dedicated the award to the good people of Abaji, describing education as one of his administration's priority projects. He spoke through the Council's Secretary, Honourable Kamal Adamu, Shuaibu and thanked the organizers of the event for the award, reaffirming his promise to take education to the door steps of all Abaji people.

A key feature of the event was the bestowing of posthumous awards to two deceased members of the Union, Mr Okolo Jacob and the former chairman of Abaji branch of the organization, Mohammed Sani Loko. A member of the Union, Mr. A.B Usman in an interview with Abuja Digest Weekly enthused that the AOPSHON awards were designed to appreciate those that distinguished themselves in pursuing the course of the Association or contributed towards the attainment of such feat.

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The Minister said this during the presentation of FCT 2020 statutory budget to the joint sitting of the Senate and House of Representatives Committees on the FCT.

To ensure strict compliance with the Abuja Master Plan and permanently tackle traffic situation within Gwarinpa the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) said it would remove no fewer than 850 makeshift shops/houses (popularly called 'batchers') and shanties along the N16 road.

Speaking to journalists last week during commencement of sitting of a mobile court at the head office of Directorate of Road Traffic Services (DRTS), popularly called Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO), in Mabushi, Abuja, authorities of the organization defended the establishment of the court saying it was set up by FCTA to decide the fate of traffic offenders.

Ahead of the planned revocation of plots of land situated in serviced areas of Federal Capital City (FCC), the FCT Administration (FCTA) has inaugurated a task team to holistically verify all identified undeveloped plots of land where infrastructure has already been provided.

Malam Bello made the pledge when he received a delegation of the FCT Sharia Court of Appeal led by the Grand Khadi, Justice Ibrahim Rufa'i Imam who was on a courtesy visit to FCTA.

Minister of State, FCT, Dr. Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu, made the clarion call and promised to reward such corps members who distinguish themselves during the one-year mandatory service..


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