The Transportation Secretariat of the Federal Capital Territory Administration has directed the commencement of what it termed, ‘Operation Crocodile’ to rid Abuja streets of vehicles that are not roadworthy.
In the brief summary of operational activities of the FCT Road Traffic Serv [...]
The Federal Capital Territory Administration has assured the United Nations World Tourism Organisation’s Commission for Africa UNWTO - CAF, that the city is ready to play host to its 61st International Conference scheduled for Abuja, from June 1 to 6, 2018.
Minister of FCT, Malam Muhammad [...]
The Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC, and The Abuja Inquirer have pledged to work together for a sustainable city.
The pledge was made when the editorial team of the newspaper paid a courtesy visit on the AMAC chairman, Hon. Abdullahi Candido.
Specifically, the council said the newspap [...]
Department of Human Resource Management (HRM) of the Federal Capital Territory Administration has conducted an in-house training of no fewer than 25 administrative staff on basic computer knowledge.
Speaking on the significance of the in-house training at the FCT ICT training hall in Area 11, G [...]
The Secretary of Transportation Secretariat of the Federal Capital Territory Administration, Comrade Kayode Opeifa, has revealed that the Abuja Light Rail project has reached 99 percent completion.
Opeifa, who disclosed this during a press briefing held at the Transportation Secretariat l [...]
As part of efforts to improve on the ease of doing business in Nigeria in line with federal government’s initiative, the Abuja Enterprise Agency, AEA, has organised a symposium for Small and Medium Enterprises, MSMEs, to access business opportunities and relevant information required for their g [...]
The Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, has given reasons why it suspended further allocation of lands to residents and other well-meaning Nigerians.
According to the authority, the reasons for such action include problem of double allocation, several court cases, compensation [...]
Prominent leaders of Abuja natives have pledged the readiness of their people to avoid herders-farmers conflict, vowing to work for peace.
Speaking separately at different fora, last week, called on the original inhabitants to continue supporting the federal government and the FCT minister, Mal [...]
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