Malam Bello, who was accompanied by the FCTA Permanent Secretary, Mr Olusade Adesola on a condolence visit to the Aduda family compound in Karu, Abuja, said that the Aduda family name was an institution in the FCT due to the efforts of the late parents of the Senator.
The FCT Minister who said this in his Eid-el-Maulud message to FCT residents, equally enjoined all Muslim faithful and other residents of the FCT to join Nigerians from across the country to reflect deeply on the role they can play individually and collectively to build a nation of which they can be proud.
The Minister said this when he received the Principal Mr Musa Nuhu Zuru and the proprietress, Blooming Heritage Schools Mrs Adedunke, Modupe Abiri whose school also emerged as the 3rd best private primary school in the country in his office on Friday, October 8 2021
The Minister who made this call in his 61st Independence Day Anniversary message to FCT residents, said the country was better off as one united entity and would achieve much more working together. He urged them to resist all efforts to cause divisions amongst them.
The Minister made this reiteration during his tour of the Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC) Plant located at the Idu Industrial District in Abuja where he commissioned the Plant’s 5th production line.
Speaking during a tour of the city in preparation for the National Day activities, an Assistant Director in the Protocol Department, Chukwuma Nwaji said that the decorations were carried out to promote a sense of national consciousness in FCT residents, as well as reiterate the importance of a united Nigeria.
The Minister who said that the design of the masterplan envisages Abuja as the railway hub of the nation with the sheer number of lines that will eventually crisscross the Territory, added that the location of Abuja made it a natural choice for it to not only hold the position of railway hub but also the air hub of the nation.
Malam Bello gave the assurance when he received the management team of the NSCDC led by its Commandant General, Ahmed Abubakar Audi who was making his first visit to the FCTA since his appointment to the position.
Malam Bello who was speaking at a sensitization workshop organized by the Anti-corruption and Transparency Unit (ACTU) of the FCTA, said that the feat was achieved through the hard work of all staff of the Administration.
The Minister gave the commendation when he received members of the Surveyors Council of Nigeria (SURCON) led by the President, Nigerian Institution of Surveyors (NIS), Surveyor David Kayode Oluwamotemi on a courtesy visit to the FCTA, on Tuesday, 31st August 2021.