FCT Perm Sec visits Chinese Ambassador

FCT Perm Sec visits Chinese Ambassador
August 15 20:16 2023 Print This Article

Poised to further strengthen the mutual collaborations between the Federal Capital Territory Administration and the People’s Republic of China, the

……Appeals for completion of 5.76KM Kubwa Abuja rail mass transit

Permanent Secretary of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), Mr. Olusade Adesola paid a courtesy visit to Chinses Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Cui Jian Chun in his official residence at 301 Diplomatic Drive, Central Business District, Abuja.

The Permanent Secretary who used the visit to appeal to Chinese Government to assist the Federal Capital Territory Administration to complete the remaining segment of 5.76km of Lot 1A Kubwa Abuja Rail Mass Transit, expressed confidence that upon completion, the Project would shore up the revenue profile of the Administration as well as reduce traffic congestion residents of Kubwa go through  on daily basis.

Mr. Adesola equally commended the Chinese Government for its prompt intervention in the area of installation of traffic lights across different intersections in the nation’s capital city. According to the Permanent Secretary, this intervention will assist immensely to address the menace of traffic gridlock in the Territory.

Harping on areas of investments and opportunities available in Abuja, the Permanent Secretary called on China to take advantage of the Administration’s Livestock Project in Pyaiko, Gwagwalada to invest in livestock farming as well as planting of special trees.

Responding, the Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Cui Jian Chun pledged to support the FCT Administration in the areas of security, infrastructural development, agriculture, food security and Information Communication Technology (ICT).

Mr. Chün who described Abuja as relatively secure for investment and business, revealed that as part of effort to industrialize the economy of the Territory, China is investing heavily in electricity.

Speaking broadly, he further explained that the relationship between China and Nigeria have continued to grow on different frontiers, particularly in the areas of trade, exchange of technical ideas, ICT and economic development.

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