Wike’s dedication remains integral to achieving sustainable progress – Ndarani

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By Ebere Agozie

A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Mohammed Ndarani, says Mr Nyesom Wike, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT)’s dedication to the welfare of Nigerians remains integral to achieving sustainable progress.

Ndarani disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Abuja.

He said that Wike’s exemplary leadership and vision would ensure the progress and prosperity of all as the nation continues to navigate its development trajectory.

The senior lawyer noted that the residents of Abuja were seeing the firsthand results of his endeavours every day, with new projects constantly being launched.

He underscored the significance of Wike’s contributions to the enhancement of infrastructure and quality of life in the FCT.

“His proactive approach and unwavering commitment to progress has earned him widespread acclamation and admiration.

“He has been connecting the FCT with bridges and solar panel lighting, and has rehabilitated roads and bridges in the FCT totaling 135 roads mainly in the Garki, Wuse, Gwarimpa, and Maitama districts.

“ He is also in the process of renovating the Vice President’s home, building the outer southern motorway from the Villa roundabout to Ring Road I, putting other road and rail infrastructure projects in progress, and seeing to the formation of the FCT Civil Service Commission, which included the appointment of nine permanent secretaries’’.

Ndarani said that Wike was a valuable asset at President Ahmed Tinubu’s disposal because of his extraordinary skill and commitment as the minister of the FCT.

“Remember that in February, Wike topped the list of President Tinubu administration’s 12 performing ministers in the list of identified ministers in the Economic Confidential report released.

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“The publication, after reviewing the actions of the current Federal Executive Council (FEC) members, highlighted their efforts and achievements since assumption of office.

“Wike was in the list for establishing the FCT Civil Service Commission to guarantee career progression, ordering contractors to complete ongoing road, rail and township projects, and for prioritising security measures, revenue generation, as well as restoring the original Abuja master plan”.

NAN recalls that after the swearing-in, Tinubu announced that Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) would be deployed to assess the impact of ministers and their ministries.

Following the review of the current Federal Executive Council (FEC) members, the publication in February, highlighted the achievements and efforts of the ministers since their resumption of office.

The report said that some ministers have shown competence in their respective duties.

The report stated that beyond pragmatic initiatives and impactful programmes, the performing ministers also deployed effective media relations and strategic stakeholder engagements. (NAN)


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