Inner roads to lokogoma and dakwo districts, Abuja

by Jummai Ahmed

Abuja is one of the fast growing cities in the world, however about 10 mins from the city center, the inner roads to the residential areas around Lokogoma district and Dakwo district are deplorable. The hardship and traffic congestion facing residents and other commuters to these areas should be addressed please. To make Abuja a better place, the relevant authorities need to live up to expectation pls.

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Oct 19, 2015
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Sep 11, 2015
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by: Jefferson

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Sep 11, 2015
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Nov 26, 2014
Bad Sunny Vale-Kabusa Road NEW
by: Uzondu Anyairo

The Sunny Vale-Kabusa Road of about 3km is in a very deplorable state now. Residents and visitors alike go through tough time commuting on this road daily.

In fact, the road can cause pregnant woman deliver prematurely on the road. The road has become danger for every user - cyclists (okadas), motorists, pedestrians, business owners, etc.

This writer had written the AMAC chairman without any response. He has continuously been sending message to WAZOBIA 99.5 ABUJA, which are being read in the mornings.

Residents request the assistant of FCT Minister and the House Committee on FCT to come and repair the bad road.


Uzondu Anyairo, FCA, MNIM, MBA

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