Written by Ateed YUSUF

Council chair tasks legislators on revenue bill

The chairman of Gwagwalada area council, Hon. Adamu Mustapha, has tasked councillors to sponsor bills that would improve revenue generation of the council.
The chairman, who spoke to The Abuja Inquirer in his office, stressed the commitment of his government in making judicious use of the meagre monthly allocation to the council, even as he implored the two arms of the council to work closely towards exploring ways to augment the shortfall in allocation.
Mustapha equally enjoined the lawmakers to support the executive in the area of good programmes and policy implementation that will enhanced the wellbeing of the electorate, just as he assured residents of the area that APGA leadership would fulfill its campaign promises.
He reiterated commitment that he would introduce youth empowerment programme with a view to making them self-reliance in the society and warned them against taking laws into their hands that aggrieved individuals should always channel their grievances to appropriate authorities.
Contributing, the vice chairman of the council, Hon. Muhammed Kassim, enjoined the residents of Gwagwalada and environs to support the present administration, just as he assured that APGA, has designed various programmes to meet the yearnings and aspirations of the residents.
The vice-chairman noted that plans were on the pipeline to promote basic education, embark on construction of new roads, building of clinics and provision of portable water supply in Gwagwalada area council.

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