By Frank Ikpefan, AbujaThree hundred contractors working with the Federal Capital Territory Administration have asked to be paid for supplying medical wares, including personal protective equipment to fight COVID -19 pandemic last year.The contractors said the medical equipment they supplied last year were used in the management of the pandemic in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja by officials of the FCTA.They lamented that the management of the FCTA has reneged in the agreement to ensure that they get paid two weeks after supplying the equipment.Addressing reporters at the FCTA headquarters, one of the contractors, Noah Victor, said the FCTA has refused to pay them.He said: We did medical supplies and consumables for the FCTA and for over a year now, we have not been paid. The authorities had told us that the payment will be after two weeks. We gave them products and services. After that two weeks, they came up with the idea of papers.Up till now, the Permanent Secretary and minister have refused to call us. No form of sitting down to dialogue or the pattern they are going to adopt to pay us.We are asking for all of our payments. This job is more than a year. We are appealing to them to demonstrate sincerity and understand with us. These are not times you owe people up to one year. Click here to read full news..