Breaking: Wike To Demolish Thirty Six Buildings In Abuja; Gives Approval

The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike has reportedly given an approval to demolish about thirty slums including Garki, Jabi in Abuja.

It was reported that the demolition will see more than six thousand illegal buildings being brought down, in order to clean the territory of shanties and illegal structures.

According to the FCTA , it has mapped out thirty areas across the Federal Capital Territory.

The minister of the Federal Capital said in a statement that ,“at least 6,000 illegal structures in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) across 30 areas might be demolished by the Federal Government.

Wike added that: “We will take back our land and give to those who want to develop, and you must sign that you must develop at so and so time.’’

In addition, the Director of the FCTA Department of Development Control, Muktar Galadima noted that, a new survey will be carried out.

“We would find time to go back and conduct a new survey, noting that the last survey carried out was in February, 2022.

Areas marked for demolition according to information which has been authenticated by the FCTA are:

Apo Mechanic Village, Byanzhin, Dawaki, Dei Dei, Durumi, Dutse, Garki, Garki Village, Gishiri, Gwagwalada, Idu, Jabi, Kado Village, Karmo, Karshi, Karu, Katampe, Ketti Village, Kpaduma, Kabusa, Kpana Village, Kubwa, Lokogoma, Lugbe, Mabushi, Mpape, Nyanya, Piya Kasa, Jikwoyi and Galadima

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