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Tinubu to Mark First Year in Office With Key Projects Inauguration in Abuja

In a recent announcement made by the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nyesom Wike, it has been revealed that President Bola Tinubu is set to inaugurate several critical projects initiated during his tenure, as part of the commemoration of his first year in office.

During a media interaction on Tuesday, April 2, Minister Wike disclosed a list of infrastructure endeavors earmarked for inauguration. Among these projects are the eagerly awaited Federal Secretariat (First Phase), symbolizing a significant milestone in the capital’s development.

Additionally, the Abuja Metro Line, Southern Parkway, Roads B6 and B12, and the Vice President’s official residence are poised to be officially opened to the public under President Tinubu’s administration.

Notable among the infrastructure initiatives awaiting inauguration is the Wuye Interchange, designed to alleviate traffic congestion and enhance connectivity within the city. Moreover, the Outer Southern Expressway (OSEX) and the Northern Parkway (N20) are anticipated to provide crucial transportation arteries for residents and commuters alike.

Furthermore, the inauguration will extend to strategic areas such as Guzape Lot 2 and the Guzape Diplomatic Area, underscoring the administration’s commitment to fostering urban development and diplomatic relations.

In a bid to bolster public transportation, President Tinubu is expected to unveil five access roads leading to Abuja’s train stations, a move aimed at enhancing accessibility and promoting the utilization of mass transit systems.

The impending inauguration of these projects not only signifies a tangible step towards infrastructural development but also underscores the government’s dedication to improving the quality of life for residents in the Federal Capital Territory.

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