Senator Ireti Kingibe, the representative of FCT, has reassured residents that the issue of flooding in the Federal Capital Territory will be addressed promptly.
Senator Ireti Kingibe, the elected representative of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), recently visited TradeMore Estate located along the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Expressway in Abuja.
This visit was prompted by the recent occurrence of flooding in the area. During her assessment visit, Senator Kingibe expressed her assurance to the affected residents that necessary actions are being taken to tackle the issue of flooding.
Promoting Transparency And Credibility
A strong advocate for the rule of law, Senator Kingibe emphasized the importance of a transparent and credible legal process in resolving concerns caused by the flooding phenomenon. She firmly believes that transparency and credibility are essential in building a just and peaceful society.
Addressing The Flooding Disaster In The FCT
During a Plenary session at the Senate, Senator Kingibe acknowledged the devastating impact of the flooding disaster in the FCT on its citizens. She stressed the urgency of addressing environmental challenges to ensure the safety and well-being of the residents, emphasizing that a permanent solution must be implemented.
Moving Towards Permanent Solutions
Senator Ireti Kingibe, who secured her position as a first-time Senator by defeating Philip Tanimu Aduda, a long-standing member of the National Assembly, urged relevant agencies to shift their focus from temporary measures to permanent solutions.
She emphasized the importance of accountability for the agencies responsible for development control and other related matters when faced with similar situations.
Senator Ireti Kingibe’s commitment to tackling the issue of flooding in the FCT is evident in her actions and statements. By assuring affected residents and advocating for transparency, credibility, and permanent solutions, she aims to create a safer and more secure environment for the people of the Federal Capital Territory.