Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda working in Abuja – Wike insists

Minister Nyesom Wike of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) continues to affirm that President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda is making positive strides in the nation’s capital. During his inspection of the ongoing construction projects, including the 7.3-kilometer Gaba-Tokulo road in Bwari Area Council and the 5-kilometer temporary access road from the Outer Northern Expressway (ONEX) to the old Keffi road in AMAC (also known as Saburi road), Wike acknowledged the challenges posed by difficult terrain and security threats in the area.

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Wike expressed his satisfaction with the progress made on the critical Gaba-Tokulo road, stating that hope has been restored to the Bwari Area Council. He also reassured the completion of the 5-kilometer temporary access road from ONEX to the old Keffi road within the year. The Minister emphasized that President Tinubu’s agenda aims not only to benefit the city center but also to ensure that rural areas receive the benefits of governance.

 

Furthermore, Wike highlighted that the FCT Administration is actively constructing rural roads in all six Area Councils to provide essential infrastructure to the residents. He expressed his delight with the progress made, particularly in the Area Councils, stating that the Renewed Hope Agenda is not merely theoretical but practical. Wike expressed gratitude to President Tinubu for the opportunity to be part of the administration and for the unwavering support given to the FCT Administration. He concluded by affirming that all ongoing projects, including those in the six Area Councils, are expected to be completed by the end of the year, with plans for further infrastructure development in 2024.

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