Youths in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, under the auspices of Abuja Original Inhabitants Youth Empowerment Organisation, AOIYEO, have pledged their support to the new FCT Minister, Alhaji Mohammed Bello, and the Permanent Secretary, Babatope Ajakaiye.
Briefing the press in Abuja, yesterday, President of the indigenous youth organisation, Commandant Isaac David, described their appointment and deployment to the FCT as divine and God’s answer to their prayers.
According to David, for God to give them a minister and permanent secretary that have a pedigree for forthrightness, sagacity and uncommon commitment in defending the rights of the oppressed, under-privileged and a catalyst for change is a sign of good things for indigenes.
“On behalf of the nine tribes in 858 communities under 17 chiefdoms, women groups, traditional rulers, district heads, community based and faith based organisations and other stakeholders, we wish to welcome the new Minister of the FCT, Alhaji Mohammed Bello, and the Permanent Secretary, Dr. Babatope Ajakaiye.
“We are very happy and we pray that Almighty God would give them the wisdom, grace and courage to provide uncommon leadership,” he stated.
Commandant David was optimistic that the new minister and permanent secretary would introduce new templates and paradigm shift in the administration of the FCT which will heal the bruised relationship between the FCTA, original inhabitants and residents in matters of community empowerment and rural regeneration, security, compensation, resettlement and land administration.
“We hereby pledge our loyalty to the new administration and promise to proactively work with it in resolving most of the thorny issues in their relationship with communities in the spirit of reciprocity,” David promised.


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