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Satellite towns feel the Okada menace in FCT

Over ten years since activities of commercial motorcycles were restricted to the suburbs by the Nasir El’Rufai led administration, Abuja residents still hold the same opinion about them, as most residents think they constitute more nuisance than the service they are expected to provide.

W [...]

Sat, 16 January 2016


Children at the IDP camp in Durumi, Abuja when the FIRS donated relief materials

L-R: Rep of the Minister of Finance, Mrs Larai Shuaibu, House of Reps member, Austin Chukwukere, chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service, Mr Tunde Fowler, chairman, Senate Committee on Finance, Sen. Owan John Enoh,  with some children at the  IDP camp in Durumi, Abuja when the FIRS [...]

Mon, 11 January 2016


Donation of relief materials to Internally Displaced Persons through the NRCS in Abuja - Etisalat Experience Center

L-R: Yobe State Liaison Officer in Abuja, Mallam Sani Mohammed Ismail, Program Coordinator, Nigeria Red Cross Society, Umar Abdu Mairiga, Head Government and Community Relations, Etisalat Nigeria, Mohammed Yusuf and Manager, Etisalat Experience Center, Ms. Euphemia Osuagwu, during the donation [...]

Mon, 11 January 2016


FCT schools resume for second term

Academic activities for the second term 2015/2016 session have commenced in all secondary schools in the FCT, with resumption test to serve as motivation to others.

A visit by our correspondent to Junior Secondary School Zuba, a suburb in Gwagwalada Area Council penultimate week, revealed that [...]

Mon, 11 January 2016


FCT INEC urges residents to go for CVR

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, in the Federal Capital Territory has said the Continuous Voters Registration exercise, CVR, will commence from January 13 to 17 and has asked residents to take the opportunity to register.

The exercise according to the commission is to allow [...]

Mon, 11 January 2016


FCT minister expresses dissatisfaction over water facilities

Federal Capital Territory Minister, Mallam Mohammad Bello, has expressed dissatisfaction over the poor water facilities in the territory. 

However, the minister has assured that his administration would work assiduously to improve the supply of potable water to the entire residents of the [...]

Mon, 11 January 2016


Bello moves to secure FCT schools, promises feeding of pupils

In view of the security challenges, the Federal Capital Territory Administration has taken steps to secure public schools in the territory, even as the minister has assured that the administration would give priority to the proper and regular feeding of pupils. 

To this end, the FCT minist [...]

Mon, 11 January 2016


Parents decry poor condition of Abuja school for handicap

Some parents have lamented the poor condition of the school for the handicap in Kuje Area Council, describing the school as unfit for human habitation. 

The enraged parents told The Abuja Inquirer that the FCT Administration has neglected the pupils despite the fact that the pupils are phy [...]

Mon, 11 January 2016


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