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Open letter to Berger construction


Julius Berger

Julius Berger

Sir: Your mining work at Mpape, one of your sites in Abuja, refers. The site has created a very deep and large pit that accommodates water, always waterlogged, even when it is dry season. The stagnant water in the pit in question breeds and distributes mosquitoes ceaselessly, thereby causing malaria.

You might have forgotten about the pit and the unmovable water in it, that’s why I am writing to remind you and inform you of it negative effect on the residents of Mpape and beyond.

However, aside the above mentioned effect, a lot of evil things are going on in the area. Looking at the gigantic fence around the pit, criminals and other evil men are using the place as their hideout.

A few years back, a pastor was killed and dumped in that pit. The criminals that operate within Mpape are always running into the place for safety, knowing that people would be scared to get there in search of them. Therefore, it is important that something is done to chase away mosquitoes from the place and as well, prevent people from using the place as their hideout for carrying out ungodly activities.

I believe that the management of Berger Construction Company will do everything possible to address these issues.
*Awunah Pius.
Mpape, Abuja.

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