House Mandates Committee To Investigate Abuja Park And Pay
The House of Representatives has mandated its Committee on FCT to conduct a public hearing to investigate the process leading to the concession, award and operation of “Park and Pay Policy” in Abuja metropolis.
This followed a motion raised by Representative Bitrus Kaze who noted that the companies contracted to implement the policy do not maintain any infrastructure or provide professional services, stressing that they only remit between 10 to 40 per cent of generated revenue while keeping 60 to 90 per cent to themselves.
Representative Kaze said the policy which was hinged on the need for sanity in traffic management in Abuja has metamorphosed into an avenue for exploitation, fraud and other forms of sharp practices, a trend he said must change.
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