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AMAC allocates free shops to traders for 6 months

The Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) in the FCT has announced the allocation of free shops at the newly relocated market to traders at Kurudu…

The Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) in the FCT has announced the allocation of free shops at the newly relocated market to traders at Kurudu in the council.

The committee chairman of reopening of the market, Mr Iroha C. Iroha, disclosed this during a press briefing on Friday, in the area.

He said the committee has the mandate to reopen the market after its completion seven years ago, saying the opening of the market will boost social and economic activities in the area.

Iroha, however, disclosed that the FCT minister Nyemso Wike and chairman of AMAC, Christopher Zaka Maikalangu, will officially reopen the market on November 11, 2023.

“And we also want to call on those trading at the major roads and streets, including those that own business outfits within the community and environs to move into the market,” he said.

 

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