The FCT Ministerial Enforcement Task Force on COVID-19 has scored the Muslim community high for the level of compliance to safety protocols in mosques across the city center.
The head, publicity and enlightenment of the taskforce, Comrade Ikharo Attah, who gave the commendation shortly after mo [...]
The Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, has assured of its commitment to supporting the FCT High Court in its efforts to make Abuja a centre of Arbitration for local and international contracts.
FCT Minister, Mal. Muhammad Bello, who gave the assurance at the valedictory court sessi [...]
Community leaders within the six Area Councils of the Federal Capital Territory have been asked to promote peaceful co-existence and eschew all actions capable of creating confusion and chaos among residents.
The Acting Secretary of the FCT Area Councils Services Secretariat, ACSS, Mrs. Omolola [...]
As part of efforts to ease the adverse effects of the continued attacks on farmers by bandits in parts of the country, the FCT Administration said it has initiated an aggressive campaign targeted at boosting dry season farming within the territory.
Acting Secretary, FCT Agriculture and Rural D [...]
Criminal and other related activities reportedly declined in the Federal Capital Territory and environs during the just concluded yuletide season, the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, has hinted.
The FCT commandant of the corps, Mathias Ohieme, who attributed this success to the [...]
Despite argument that the FCTA Development Control Department acted outside its jurisdiction during the recent demolition of poultry farms along the FO1 area of Kubwa, the department insist the operation was well within its area of control.
Some poultry farmers in Kubwa had accused the departme [...]
Religious bodies, particularly churches, in the Federal Capital Territory have been asked to strictly adhere to COVID-19 protocols through the crossover night, or risk having such centers shut.
The FCT Administration has debunked media reports that 20 medical doctors may have lost their lives to complications from the Corona virus, insisting that only 4 doctors had actually succumbed to the virus since it was first recorded in the territory in March 2020.
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