In continuation of efforts to rid the FCT of illegal structures, the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Wednesday, removed makeshift houses and brothels in Daki biyu community at Jabi District.
This removal operation in Jabi was led by the Director, FCTA Development Control Department, Malam Muktar Galadima, alongside over 100 security personnel and many vigilance groups.
Galadima speaking on the operation, noted that it was necessary due to the rising cases of security challenges in FCT.
The director further added that the exercise was in line with the 13 points Next Level Mandate of the FCT Administration.
He said the plots of land occupied by the Daki Biyu community’s illegal inhabitants had been marked for specific purposes.
In his statement reported by NAN, Galadima added that the management would make sure that all makeshift houses and brothels removed never return to those places again, NAN reports.
[READ ALSO] Federal Government Meets US over Visa Ban
“Every administration has its own philosophy and style, the current FCT administration wants everything to be done, based on due process and due diligence.”
“Like I told you, this operation or exercise is necessitated by the rising case of security challenges and in the course of our operations, we discovered some jackknifes in one place called Sambisa.”
“These jackknifes can be used to lynch a person,” Galadima added.