The Abuja Indigenous Civil Society Organization, under the auspices of Abuja Grassroots Advocacy Projects, stressed the need to improve budget execution in the CTF to ensure completion of major projects in Abuja.
The group’s coordinator, Mr. Yunusa Yusuf, made the appeal at a press conference Tuesday in Abuja.
Yusuf also advised Minister FCT to ensure the timely presentation of the national capital’s annual budget, adding that the speedy adoption of the budget would facilitate economic growth and sustainable development of the territory.
“On behalf of the leadership of the Abuja Indigenous Civil Society Organization, under the auspices of Abuja Grassroots Advocacy Projects, I wish to use this medium to advise FCT Minister Malam Muhammad Bello to come up with strategies that will improve budget execution in the CTF.
“Effective budget execution will stimulate economic activities, enhance security and promote good governance in the territory.
“We are increasingly worried about the rate of insecurity in the CTF which is worsening daily and no one is safe anymore. As we all know, some Abuja University professors and their children have been kidnapped.
“If you go through the Zone 1 roundabout, you will find that all the street lights are turned off, thus encouraging daily criminal activity in the zone and other places with the same problems.
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