Following series of cases of alleged sexual molestation in public schools in the Federal Capital Territory, the FCT Permanent Secretary, Sir Christian Ohaa, has lampooned school principals, accusing them of complicity.
Ohaa told managers of public schools in the territory that they have b [...]
Parents have been cautioned against leaving the entire nurturing of their children to schools alone, as it portends serious danger to the society.
Specifically, parents are enjoined to be relentless in partnering with schools in the upbringing of their children as fellow stakeholders in t [...]
The Permanent Secretary, Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, Sir Chinyeaka Ohaa, with some top management staff of the FCTA and heads of some security agencies in the FCT paid condolence visits to the family of the late Deputy Police Commissioner, DCP, Umar Usman, and the management of Cha [...]
An Abuja based non-governmental organization, Helpline Foundation for the Needy, has called for more support towards improving the lives of the vulnerable women especially the widows in the society.
The foundation noted that caring for the widows and other vulnerable women will reduce pov [...]
As part of measures to enhance service delivery, the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, through its Call Center has launched a mobile phone application "FastGov".
The administration said the cutting edge technology will aid residents to forward their complaints and [...]
The Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, has reiterated its commitment to zero tolerance for all forms of violence against women and girls, especially in the territory.
FCTA permanent secretary, Sir, Christian Ohaa, who stated this while declaring open the two-day inception wor [...]
The ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, has said its national chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, has no hands in the crises that in the Edo and Bauchi states Houses of Assembly, urging Nigerians to, instead focus on the “improper” inauguration of the assemblies.
Blaming the medi [...]
Natives of Abuja have vowed to resist, even in death, the purported quit notice issued by the Nigerian Army to residents of Tungan Maje and Giri in Gwagwalada Area Council of the territory.
The natives under the aegis of Coalition of FCT Indigenous Associations also described the move by the Ni [...]
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