Fct News

Bello proposes reward for cleanest area council

The FCT Administration has already put mechanism in place to reward the cleanest area council, minister of the territory, Malam Muhammad Bello, has disclosed.

The minister who made the disclosure at the flag-off exercise of the household and community sanitation exercise in Kwali, on Saturday, [...]

Mon, 08 February 2016

Electricity tariff hike: FCT residents, labour kick

Electricity consumers in the nation’s capital continue to frown on the N9.60 per kilo watts hour increase in electricity tariff, describing the development as draconian and an indication of government’s insensitivity to the plight of the masses.

Residents of Abuja now pay N24.30k ag [...]

Mon, 08 February 2016

City mgt: Bello, directors trade blames

Indications have emerged that trouble is brewing in the Federal Capital Territory Administration between the minister, Mallam Muhammad Bello and some key departmental directors over the management of the city.

Both parties have continued to trade blame on the poor state of the nation's capi [...]

Mon, 08 February 2016

Uniabuja, NGO move to improve IT in FCT schools

Computer Science Department, University of Abuja, in partnership with a non- governmental organisation; Coderina, has organised a robotic tournament aimed at improving science and technology in FCT schools. 

A former Head of Department of Computer Science, Dr. Aminat Showole, said the &ldq [...]

Sat, 06 February 2016

FCT NANNM seeks budget on capacity building for nurses

National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives, NANNM, FCT chapter, has appealed to government at all levels to dedicate a certain percentage in their budgets for the training and re-training of nurses. 

Chairperson of the association, Comrade Deborah Yusuf, made the appeal while comm [...]

Sat, 06 February 2016

Agric secretariat tasks poultry farmers on registration

The Agriculture and Rural Development Secretariat of the Federal Capital Territory Administration has called on poultry farm owners in the FCT to register their farms with the relevant government agencies.

This advice was given by the Head of Animal Services, Dr. Regina Adulugba, during the sec [...]

Sat, 06 February 2016

FG has denied us compensation for 23 years – Karu indigenes

Indigenes of Karu in Abuja Municipal Area Council have sent a Save Our Soul, SOS, to the federal government over compensation claims, stating that they have suffered enough for the past 23 years.

The indigenes who spoke through the Galadima of Karu and first chairman of AMAC, Chief Kyauta Yepwi [...]

Sat, 06 February 2016

The signing of grant to the network in Abuja

Group photo of reps of Nigeria Women Empowerment Network and Suleja General Hospital with Ambassador Kusaoke of Embassy of Japan during the signing of grant to the network in Abuja

Sat, 06 February 2016


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