FCTA to sustain satellite towns sanitation, traffic control





The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has vowed that the ongoing sanitation and traffic control around satellite towns will be sustained to achieve the objectives. 
This was even as it warned residents were bent on abusing the development of the nation’s capital, to desist from the act, stating that the Department of Development Control won’t relent in demolishing illegal structures built anywhere. 


Chairman, FCT Ministerial on City Sanitation, Ikharo Attah, stated that the ongoing sanitation exercise in satellite towns has been authorised by the , Malam Muhammad Bello, to checkmate development and ensure that contraventions don’t fester. 


Attah  led a combined team of the task force in continuation of the exercise and stated that over 80 illegal shanties demolished  at  Gwarimpa were encouraging and criminalities within the neighbourhood. 
He also said that the exercise at Nyanya was targeted at  removing the partaker market and all obstruction and human to the road dualisation to ease traffic gridlock.


Attah said the had expressed over human that are responsible for the return of traffic gridlock on FCT roads, adding that the administration will do everything possible to clear all illegalities. 
He added that the structures demolished at Angwan ndadi, a suburb of Nyanya was a total contravention that shrank the street into a very narrow path, and it was by lawless residents.


He stated that FCTA is making enormous towards the provision of infrastructures in Abuja and would do everything within the law to protect sanity of  the city.
Attah said: “Today, we removed over 80 makeshift structures at Gwarimpa due to intensive security report and around the area.
” We also removed the pantaker market at Nyanya that have been disturbing traffic and we also demolished three structures built on top of the roads at Angwa ndadi.”

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