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New Year: AMAC preaches unity

He said with this, the country at large, would be a better place for everyone to live in. The council’s Supervisory Councillor for Special Duties,…

He said with this, the country at large, would be a better place for everyone to live in.
The council’s Supervisory Councillor for Special Duties, Ojo Olumayowa, who said this on behalf of the council boss, prayed that 2014 would be a better year for Nigerians, adding that the only way Nigeria can move forward is for Christians and Muslims to see themselves as one and work for the betterment of the nation.
According to Jiba, the council, in its bid to improve the health standard of residents in 2014, has approved the construction of a prototype primary healthcare centre at Lungu community and the completion of Damagaza Police post. He said the council was committed to improving the lives of the residents, hence, the need for the approval of the rehabilitation of access road at Karmo slaughter house.
“Also, we have approved the construction of multipurpose sport court for the residents of Area 11 in Garki District and the review of monthly allowance of the area council’s chiefs, to enable them attend to pressing issues within their domain and the hinterland,” he said.
Continuing, he said: “I want to also urge every resident to live in peace and eschew things that would cause violence during the New Year celebration and in 2014. We should see the period as a time of felicitating with one another, so that we will make Nigeria a better and peaceful place in 2014.
Jiba who berates the construction of illegal structures at Karu Market, appealed to the market officials and other markets in the council to always endeavour to observe the laid down rules before building extensions. He commended the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), Abuja Council, for the Award of Excellence given to him for executing people-oriented projects in 2013, saying that his administration will do more for residents of AMAC in 2014.

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