Wike: the need to end organised land crimes in Abuja, By Fidelis Nwagwu

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Most residents of Abuja would agree that the coming of Nyesom Wike as minister has breathed in a flurry of developmental activities in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), especially when juxtaposed against what many consider as the uninspiring level of activities of the past administration. Since his appointment, most infrastructural projects have re-commenced and there is more engagement with residents on what he plans to do in developing the city. Because of these engagements, the minister has shored up the revenue of the FCT, as there is now more trust that monies collected would be used towards the development of the FCT. People may not like his brash style, but his actions seem louder than his talks.

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