Bagusa: AMAC chairman performs groundbreaking of 750metres road construction in Abuja community 

In continuation of his development agenda for residents of Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC), Chairman of the council, Hon. Christopher Zakka Maikalangu, Tuesday, performed the ground breaking ceremony to mark the commencement of the construction and rehabilitation of 750 meters road in Bagusa community.

Speaking at the ceremony for the construction and rehabilitation of Bagusa township roads on Tuesday, Maikalangu said he is distributing projects across the wards of AMAC according to priority.

He said: “This initiative known as Urban Renewal projects is aimed at improving the roads that are in the interior villages in order to open them up to business opportunities and international aids to come in and assist our communities.

“By next week, Bagusa residents would see equipment rolling into the community for commencement of the roads projects and I assure that raining season will not stop us from achieving this project.

“I enjoin residents in this Area to pray for my good health and give me your unflinching cooperation and a lot will be achieved in our communities.I am here at the Chief Palace to also pay my homage to the Chief of Bagusa and to solicit for support of the Community for smooth execution of the roads projects.”

Also speaking, the Supervisory Councillor for Works, Hon. Dantani Zaudna, said the Chairman is result-oriented and must be appreciated with reelection.

Similarly, the Council Secretary, Hon. Jafaru Gwagwa, said Gwagwa ward will be the first to vote massively for Maikalangu in 2026 because of his developmental projects.

Also speaking, Head of Department of Works, Architect Andrew Gaza, advised residents not to pound on the road or misuse it in a way that it would be damaged ahead of time.

In his appreciation, the Mai Angwa of Bagusa, Chief Zaka Iyah, who spoke in Gbagyi dialect, appreciated Maikalangu for the road project, praying for God to continue blessing the Council Chairman.

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