No Nigerian will deny the fact that President Muhammadu Buhari has performed credibly well in the provision of infrastructure facilities across Nigeria. In this article, we shall talk about 2 notable projects that President Muhammadu Buhari has done for the people of Abuja.
1. A 1.5MW Solar Hybrid Mini-Grid Power Plant For The Federal Ministry Of Works And Housing And The Federal Ministry Of Environment In Abuja.
To promote better efficiency in our federal civil service, and to shed off more energy demand from the national power grid, the Buhari administration just recently installed and commissioned a 1.5MW Solar Hybrid Mini-Grid power plant to supply all the energy needs of the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing and the Federal Ministry of Environment, who both share the same operational base in Abuja
The plant was commissioned on the 6th of July 2021 by the President himself who said, the project was premised on the need to diversify the sources of our electricity supplies by adapting models that are both cost effective and clean, which meet the requirements of the United Nations agenda of promoting a clean and safer environment by eliminating energy concepts that pollute the atmosphere.
Apart from the benefit of enjoying uninterrupted power supply that will motivate civil servants to work efficiently in those ministries, this new power plant will save huge funds that were hitherto spent on power bills and fuelling generators, thereby curbing wastages in public finances.
2. The New Headquarters Of The Economic And Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Built By The Buhari Administration.
To show its readiness and commitment to fulfilling the promise of fighting economic and financial crimes in Nigeria, the Buhari administration has built and commissioned a state-of-the-art headquarters for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.
The new headquarters, which is well-furnished and kitted with all necessary sophisticated gadgets that will aid operatives in investigative work, was commissioned by President Muhammadu Buhari on the 15th of May 2018, and it was built and furnished at the cost of N24bn.
Prior to this project, the EFCC has been operating in rented buildings since its inception until the arrival of this administration, which made it possible for the organisation to now have its own building. It therefore means that, apart from increasing the motivation level of EFCC personnel to perform better, this property has resulted in saving huge funds that were hitherto spent in paying rent every year.
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