The Reform Coordination and Service Improvement, RC&SI, Department of the FCT Administration has unveiled its work plan for the incoming year 2021, aimed at improving efficiency and transparency of Public Service Administration.
At least 22 of the 86 patients currently receiving treatment at various Isolation centres in the Federal Capital Territory, are said to be in critical condition and only surviving through oxygen, the FCT Administration has hinted.
Nigeria's Federal Capital Territory Administration has entered an agreement with the United States Agency for International Development, USAID, to provide technical expertise to assist the administration meet its health improvement goals.
The Federal Capital Territory may soon be home to one of the first ever ‘no-income’ housing units in the country, as the Abuja Property Development Company, A [...]
The Court of Appeal in Abuja has upheld the death sentence passed on Maryam Sanda for the killing of her husband, Biliyaminu Bello.
A three-member panel of the appellate court led by Justice Stephen Adah, on Friday, dismissed Ms Sanda’s appeal.
The court said the 20 g [...]
A federal lawmaker representing AMAC/Bwari Federal Constituency in theof the House of Representatives, Hon. Micah Jiba, reportedly lost his wife over the weekend.
A family member, who announced the passing, said the deceased passed sudden on Friday, December 4/11, 2020.
According to him, [...]
The FCT Minister, Mal. Muhammad Bello has charged newly promoted police officers posted to the territory to always put the nation and the people first in the discharge of their duties.
Bello gave the charge while decorating 20 newly promoted inspectors and Sergeants of the FCT Police Command wi [...]
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