Residents of Apo Resettlement Zone A have called for the fixing of the abandoned road in the community as it is posing danger to motorists.
The community, in a letter written to the senator representing FCT, Sen. Ireti Kingigbe, noted that the deterioration of roads in the community is affecting their daily commute, negatively affecting property values and reducing quality of life within the community.
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In A letter which was signed by the chairman of the community, Isaka Bappa, the roads have never been surfaced with asphalt, resulting in heavy dust during dry seasons and excessive mud during rainy seasons.
“This poses a severe inconvenience to residents and leads to significant damage to vehicles, compromising our safety daily. In fact, many residents abandon their vehicles far away on the tarred roads during downpour and others are shut-in and unable to get out at all,” the letter read in part.