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Abuja monarch asks demolition team to hit domain

By Daniel Tyokua

The Sakaruyi of Karu, Emmanuel Yepwi has asked the Federal Capital Territory Ministerial Committee on City Sanitation to dislodge illegal structures in his domain.

He said the increasing level of shanties within the area was worrisome and call for immediate action from the FCT Administration.

Yepwi revealed that suspected criminals hibernate under different guises in shanties to unleash harm on innocent people.

The Monarch disclosed this when the Senior Special Assistant on Monitoring, Inspection and Enforcement to FCT Minister, Ikharo Attah visited him, recently.

He said it was discovered that the illegalities being perpetrated by some of the criminal elements, live in makeshift shanties and other illegal structures around the community, while some who pretend to be traders have defied all rules and taken over the roadside for their activities.

Yepwi who expressed worry over the situation, said the suspects law breakers initially came in as law abiding citizens to the community, but over time has revealed their real characters, by disregarding procedures and extant laws.

He noted that he has been mobilising the powers within his constitutional reach to fighting the illegalities being orchestrated by these elements, but now needs government’s support to defeat them and restore sanity to his troubled domain.

The traditional ruler specifically noted with dismay, that some of the people who disguise as traders at Karu Market, but may have other nefarious plans, have taken over the roadsides, and are causing unbearable traffic stress and inevitable disaster.

Yepwi urged the Ministerial Committee on City Sanitation to quickly interven by removing all illegal structures within Karu, one of the largest satellite towns in FCT.

In his words, ” karu is a major satellite town sitting on major road corridors in the FCT. Karu links to Orozo and up to karshi. It should be the best. Sadly most people choose to sell on the road and cause traffic problems”

He went further to appeal to the FCT Minister , ” to please help us fully clear Karu of some illegal structures and batchers that are not good for our community”

“Tell the minister we support him fully for whatever he wants to do to remove all these traders from the roads. We have been warning them to leave but they refuse to.

In his remarks, Attah said the FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Bello had expressed worries over the illegalities in the Karu satellite town and would work in synergy with all stakeholders to addressing them.

He also disclosed that the visit to the Sakaruyi’s Palace was motivated by the myriad of complaints that have continued to trickle in from residents living in Karu axis.

Attah added, that more worrisome was a situation where some traders have arrogantly abandoned the empty spaces in the Karu Market, and opted to sell by the roadsides, not minding the traffic problems being created by their actions.

He said, ” it is a pathetic scene at the entry point into the Karu Model market as trader now occupy the entire road allowing only one care to pass at a time. Those selling fresh catfish and vegetables now occupy better part of the road”

Attah expressed worry that, ” some traders are selling directly under high tension wire. There are those who has decided to build makeshift shops and cover the Trasformer. All this, your Royal Highness are not good for Karu in particular and the city at Large”

“With sensitive security agencies having/ offices and residential quarters from Karu to Karshi complaints keep pouring in daily of difficulties crossing the Karu Market portion of the road. Also FCT residents including staff of the Satellite Town development Department at karshi waste manhours daily on the road.”

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