Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Cameras To Be Mounted In All The Estates In ABUJA The Federal Capital Territory - Jobisco

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Cameras To Be Mounted In All The Estates In ABUJA The Federal Capital Territory

estates in the territory to have solar lights installed on their fences

The minister of federal capital territory Muhammad Bello, said that it is now mandatory for Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras to be mounted in all the estates in the FCT. As part of effort to curb security challenges in the territory which will further help in reducing the rate of crime in the territory.

Muhammad Bello said all the estates in the FCT must have solar lights installed on their fences and along the streets within the estates. He said these are the parts of efforts to secure that the lives and property of residents are safe.

In a statement on Wednesday by his Press Secretary, Anthony Ogunleye, the minister spoke at the inauguration of a private owned Smart Estate in Abuja. He said that emphasis would be placed to ensure that the estates are managed properly with greater priority on security and the environmentent matters.

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The statement was titled, FCT minister mandates deployment of CCTV cameras, solar lighting in Abuja estates. He said emphasis would also be placed to ensure that the estates are managed properly with greater priority on security and the environment. The statement which was titled, FCT minister mandates deployment of CCTV cameras, solar lighting in Abuja estates.

Our focus is to ensure that the estates are managed properly to the benefit of the residents in the FCT. Which he added that, greater emphasis would be placed on security and environmental matters. As it a mandate for every estate in the FCT to deploy CCTV cameras with recording facilities and solar lights on fences and along the streets in the estates. And as well, no scavengers would be allowed to act as refuse collectors within the estates.

The Estate are expected to employ the services of reputable companies registered by the
Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB).

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