By Blessing Bature, Abuja
Residents of Damgma and Wupa Communities in Jiwa and Gwagwa wards of the Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) has commended the Christopher Zakka Maikalangu -led administration for entrenching good governance through the execution of pro-people projects in various communities of the Council.
The Village Head of the Damgma Community Chief Ayuba Sunday who made the commendation during the commissioning of the constructed Solar powered borehole with over five station points in the community, said the community has never seen a chairman so closer to his people in rural projects provision such as the current AMAC Chairman.
He added that, the provision of water is very essential facility that will safe every member of the community against diseases and reduction of water related diseases in the community.
“We have waited for the provision of borehole in this community for decades, all to no avail and the past chairmen will come and campaign in this community after promising us and getting our votes they will disappear, but look at now, God has brought this chairman that promised and fulfilled it within a short time. We thank him and pray that almighty God will protect him, guide him and grant him all the necessary wisdom to led us”
In a statement by the Senior Special Assistant Media and Public Affairs to AMAC Chairman, Kingsley Madaki said that a resident of Wupa community known as Mr Uzor Daniel said that Maikalangu has proven his capability by providing the community with the installation of rural electricity in the community, adding that the business ac in the community will boom and both indigenes and none indigene for the first time will experience power supply.
“We have all decided to give him every support he needed now. We are very thankful and excited. This is what government is all about. Providing the needs of the people and bringing government very closer to the people at the rural areas level “
The Chairman of AMAC, Christopher Zakka Maikalangu, therefore advised the residents of the communities to always protect government installations and facilities in their domains and noted the they should expect more projects in their communities.
He vowed that him and his team will be going round AMAC communities to monitor the rate of work going on in the communities, warning contractors to deliver exactly the jobs given to them by the council or risk revocation of their contracts.