Succor may be coming the way of traders and mechanics at the Apo mechanic village, as the FCT Administration has promised full compensation for vehicles and properties destroyed during the recent violence that hit the area.
The FCT Minister, Mal. Muhammad Bello, while inspecting the level of da [...]
The FCT Administration has beefed up security around all ware houses storing food and other palliative items, in order to prevent them from being looted as was recorded in several states.
Security operatives had a tough time over the weekend, dispersing hoodlums who had stormed the Cyprain Ekwe [...]
The six area councils of the FCT have been advised to always make public, figures disbursed to them at the end of the monthly Joint Area Councils Allocation Committee meetings, for the purposes of accountability and transparency.
FCT Minister of State, Dr. Ramatu Aliyu, who gave the advice at t [...]
Concerned about the outbreak of violence across the city council, during the protest against police brutality and extra-judicial killings, that led to the loss of lives and destruction of public assets and private properties.
The Chairman, Abuja Municipal Area Counci [...]
Indigenous youths in the Federal Capital Territory have distanced themselves from the recent violence that erupted in parts of the territory, following the clash between the pro and #EndSARS protesters.
Following the contuinual demonstrations still taking place across the country including the Federal Capital Territory, (FCT) and the action appears not to have an end in sight.
The Chairman, Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC), Abdullahi Adamu Candido, has urged the pr [...]
The FCT Administration has banned all forms of protest in the territory due to the wanton violation of COVID-19 safety protocols by protesters in recent times.
A statement from the Chief Press Secretary of the FCTA, Anthony Ogunleye, said the decision bec [...]
Violence broke out yesterday at the busy Berger roundabout in the Federal Capital Territory, when the Pro and Anti SARS protesters clashed over the continuous occupation of major streets in Abuja, by the #EndSARS group.
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