SGF inspects pilgrims commission project
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr Boss Mustapha, says the Federal government would do everything possible to ensure that the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim’s Heritage Camp (NCPC), under construction at the Central Business District of Abuja receives accelerated attention.
This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Celestine Toruka, Head, Media and Public Relations, NCPC, on Wednesday in Abuja, following an inspection tour of the project by a representative of the SGF, Dr Maurice Mbaeri, the Permanent Secretary, General services in the office of the SGF.
According to Toruka, Mustapha commended the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission, Rev. Yakubu Pam, for his efforts and commitment to ensure that the project is realistic.
Responding, Pam noted that the work at the construction site increased greatly over a year ago under his leadership, pledging that he would stop at nothing to bring the project to fulfillment.
According to him, the project is a 12-storey building with 14 floors which includes a basement and parking lot.
He said that when completed, about four floors would be set aside for staff office accommodation while the rest would be used for lodging and accommodation.