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.
The Reform Coordination and Service Improvement, RC&SI, Department of the FCT Administration has unveiled its work plan for the incoming year 2021, aimed at improving efficiency and transparency of Public Service Administration.
At least 22 of the 86 patients currently receiving treatment at various Isolation centres in the Federal Capital Territory, are said to be in critical condition and only surviving through oxygen, the FCT Administration has hinted.
Christmas season is always a beautiful period. Among the fun that comes with the season is the opportunity to give back. During this season, sumptuously loaded hampers are seen flying in the air, figuratively.
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Following the increase of COVID-19 confirmed cases in Lagos state, the government has sort the need for continuous media engagement to boost awareness and sensitization on COVID-19 response in the state.
Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has charged APM Terminals to allow China Civil Engineering Construction Company, CCECC, the contractor handling the Ebuta Metta – Apapa seaports railway extension project access to ensure its completion by January, 2021.
Amaechi who stated this [...]
Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom has directed the recruitment of more personnel of the Livestock Guards and Vigilante to help provide intelligence for conventional security agencies.
Governor Ortom gave the directive at Agboughul community of Makurdi local government area where armed herdsmen [...]
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