Council chairman tackles infrastructure deficits in two years

From Francis Nansak,Lafia

Two years into his administration, Karu local government area chairman, Mr Samuel Akala has unearthed some of the rural projects he embarked on during the two years of his administration.

The chairman made this known to the general public at the swearing in ceremony of supervisory councillors.
According to him, “I am pleased that today we are witnessing the inauguration of the reconstituted Cabinet of our beloved local government area council.

“The reconstitution of the Cabinet constituted more than a year ago is borne out of our desire to reposition the administration of the Council for efficient and effective service delivery in an attempt to consolidate on our modest efforts in the last two years to sustain improved welfare of a greater majority of our people.”

He said “we all know and appreciate the fact that local government is the closest tier of government to the people, and every responsible government with a clearly established objective reviews its activities and the performance of its major drivers from time to time with the overall goal of providing basic social amenities and services to the people,” Akala maintained
The council Chairman however stated that it is imperative to reappraise his administration as well as the supporting staff.

He also added that the result is the resolve to inject new, young and vibrant personnel capable of making the required difference between now and the end of this tenure so as to consolidates on the gains so far and leave an indelible mark in the hearts of our people.

Honourable Akala opined that under the two years of being in office, some modest achievements in the last two years had been recorded ,which include the followings, the Digitalization and centralization of tax administration to track all revenues, passage of 17 bye-laws to regulate conducts of staff of the Council, as well as the entire business community in the area among others.

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