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FEMA PRESS RELEASE

All structures removed at the Trade More Estate along the Airport Road did not have requisite approval.
The Director General of the FCT Emergency Management Agency, (FEMA), Alhaji Abbas Idriss disclosed this during a chat with newsmen in Abuja.
Alhaji Idriss explained that the FCTA would never give approval to any developer to build on the waterway.
He challenged any plot owner whose property is marked for demolition to go to court.
” If you have approval go to court. Even the Minister said, if he mistakenly give approval, he is ready to revoke it and reallocate a new plot”.
Stressing that a 100 more structures would be removed from Trade More Estate, the DG informed that Lokogoma and Efab would also be affected.
According to him, the annual flood outlook released by the Nigerian Hydrological Services Agency indicate that AMAC and Gwagwalada are on high probable flood risk areas, adding that the Agency was prepared to mitigate the impact of flooding in the areas.
On the response time of the Agency to emergencies, the FEMA boss put it at 5minutes from the point of call.
He stated that FEMA was working to improve on this, urging residents to report emergencies on time .
The DG who also appealed to motorists to make way when an emergency vehicle is on motion,urged residents to always use the 112 toll free emergency number.
Nkechi Isa
Head,PRU.

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