FCT Minister Wike desires to reconstruct Abuja.

The plea was made by Mr. Wike in his Independence Day speech in Abuja on Sunday. He emphasized the need for teamwork in creating a strong and resilient society.

It entails collaborating to handle the problems that face us, whether they pertain to infrastructure, security, healthcare, education, or the provision of healthcare. It entails encouraging an entrepreneurial and innovative culture that empowers our kids and opens doors for everyone, according to the former Rivers governor. We are not just Nigerians, but also ambassadors for the variety and cohesion of our country as FCT inhabitants.

Mr. Wike reaffirmed the FCT Administration’s commitment to advancing the FCT’s infrastructure development and boosting crucial social services to satisfy citizens’ expanding requirements. However, he pointed out that the FCTA could not complete the mission by itself.

“Every resident must actively participate and be committed to this collaborative endeavor. In this context, I urge every citizen to uphold their civic duties by quickly paying all taxes, including ground rent and utility bills, the minister said.

“These contributions are crucial for maintaining and improving the services and infrastructure that make our city run smoothly,” Mr. Wike continued.

The FCT minister said: “Today, I want to call upon each resident of the territory to rededicate themselves to the vision of a stronger and more prosperous Nigeria; let us be reminded, therefore, of our obligation to society; our responsibilities as citizens extend beyond our rights.” Mr. Wike said in Abuja: “where diversity is our strength, let us also remember our unique role as residents” and live up to the tenets of unity that our capital represents.


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