Edited By Garry Ochigbo
The Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC, has dissolved the AMAC Marshal created by the previous administration.
This is contained in a statement by the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Public Affairs, Mr Kingsley Madaki.
According to the statement, the council will empower its taskforce to take over from the AMAC Marshal to Strengthen internal security and assist technical partners in facilitating revenue generation.
It says that the taskforce will be trained to ensure they discharge their duties professionally.
According to the statement the taskforce will also liaise with other technical partners to ensure that revenue is paid to the council in accordance with the provision of the law to ensure transparency.
The statement also says that scholarships have been awarded to over 1000 indigent AMAC students drawn from the twelve wards of the council including Postgraduates and undergraduates in Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education.
It emphasizes that there is no political ward within the 12 wards of AMAC that has not recorded one project or the other ranging from rural electrification, water projects, construction of classrooms, road projects, among others.
It explains that some of the projects have been completed awaiting commissioning, with others are close to completion.
Written by: Kevin Nwabueze