My Headache As Minister – Bello

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-July 20,2017 @ 5: 25 PM

MUHAMMAD Bello, minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, has fingered waste management, traffic indiscipline and vandalism of public utilities as the biggest challenges he is facing in administering the Federal Capital Territory.

AANI FCT 2: From left, AANI President, Mr. Khaleel Bolaji presenting a souvenir to the FCT Minister, Mallam Muhammad Bello when members of the Alumni Association of the National Institute
AANI FCT 2: From left, AANI President, Mr. Khaleel Bolaji presenting
a souvenir to the FCT Minister, Mallam Muhammad Bello when members of
the Alumni Association of the National Institute

These challenges, he noted, is giving city managers incessant headache even as they impact negatively on planning amidst scarce resources.

Bello, while receiving members of the Alumni Association of the National Institute in his office, said policy makers must come up with ideas to check societal malaise in sustaining the tempo of development in the country.

The Minister said the FCT administration has embraced a deliberate policy of  developing city infrastructure including roads, rail and water facilities to make the city more efficient and cope with its growing population. “We will soon shift emphasis to education, health and social development after appreciable success in physical infrastructure,” he explained.

AANI FCT: Minister of the FCT, Mallam Muhammad Bello, third from left, with members of the Alumi Association of the National Institute. From left, Mallam Muhammad Faruk; AANI President, Mr. Khaleel Bolaji and Vice President, Hajia Aisha Dankani
AANI FCT: Minister of the FCT, Mallam Muhammad Bello,
third from left, with members of the Alumi Association of the National
Institute. From left, Mallam Muhammad Faruk; AANI President, Mr.
Khaleel Bolaji and Vice President, Hajia Aisha Dankani

Khaleel Bolaji, president of the association, described the group as “a reservoir of skilled and experienced professionals”, who are willing to contribute to the realization of the lofty developmental objectives of government at all levels. He offered a hand f co-operation to the minister and the FCT administration.

Muhammad Faruk, former Daily Times chief, advised the minister to improve on the design and erection of road direction signs in the city. He said bold and properly-placed road directions will help drivers and complement the good road network in the federal capital.

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