A former Governor of old Anambra, Chief Chukwuemeka Ezeife, has declared for the Justice Must Prevail Party, JMPP, and announced as the chairman, Board of Trustees.
In its maiden press briefing in Abuja at its secretariat in Area 10, Abuja, Ezeife said though he had retired from active politics [...]
As part of efforts to show love to the less privileged during Ramadan, some philanthropic youths have distributed assorted food items and drinks to Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, at the Durumi camp.
During the occasion, spokesperson of the group, Miss Mariam Oufade, disclosed that th [...]
In furtherance to fulfilling its mandate of sustaining the quality of teachers through training and retraining, the FCT Secondary Education Board has intensified capacity building.
To this end, the board in partnership with one of its leading stakeholders in the education sector, Learn Af [...]
The Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Adewole, has called on civil servants to be advocates of immunization and monitor the activities of Primary Healthcare Centres, PHCs, in their various localities.
The minister made the call in Abuja while speaking at a sensitization workshop on i [...]
Barring any last minute delay, the Federal Capital Territory Administration has assured that it has put in necessary measures to commence mass rail transit services to the residents by June ending.
Chief Resident Engineer of the Abuja rail project, Engr. Anthony Agbakoba, wh [...]
The National Council for Women Societies, NCWS, has proposed a 50-year jail term for rapist with no option of fine.
President of NCWS, Mrs Gloria Shoda, told journalists in Abuja that the increase in rape was as a result of the increase in the proliferation of drugs in the c [...]
The Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, ANAN, has commended the FCTA permanent secretary, Sir Chinyeaka Ohaa, for prudent management of the nation’s resources and dint of hard work.
President of the association, Alhaji Shehu Usman, gave the commendation whe [...]
Following ongoing discussions between the authorities of the Federal Capital Territory Administration and Niger state government on disputed boundary areas, the Federal Capital Territory Administration has warned developers in the nation’s capital and Niger state to stop all forms [...]
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