The Northern Christian Elders Forum, NOCEF, said it was saddened at the death of one of the General Secretary of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Dr. Musa Asake, who died last Friday.
“We are in pains because it is very difficult to use one word or expression to describe Asake, [...]
The Divisional Police Officer, DPO, in charge of Zuba, a suburb of Gwagwaldada area council, Sani Fodio has solicited the support of stakeholders to tackle the menace of "one chance" and robbery in the area.
He made this known while interacting with residents of th [...]
The Dutse unit command of the Federal Road Safety, FRSC, has put measures in place to train personnel on successful rescue operation during accidents.
The unit commanding officer of Dutse in Bwari area council, Mr. Livinus Okonkwo, disclosed this to The Abuja Inquirer at the end of a semi [...]
Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Malam Muhammad Bello, has declared that the territory at its current population and growing at nine percent yearly, is among the fastest growing cities in the world and truly an investor’s haven.
Bello, made this disclosure when he represen [...]
To ensure adequate food production for the growing population of the FCT, and create other products in the agricultural value chain, the FCT Administration has flagged off the 2018 farming season with the distribution of farm inputs to farmers.
The administration said 20,000 farme [...]
Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon Yakubu Dogara, has called for improved welfare for officers and men of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in order to insulate them from temptation.
The speaker said this when he visited the EFCC new office complex in Abuja on Thursd [...]
Residents to FCTA: find alternatives to Church, Mosques demolition
Following threats by the Abuja Metropolitan Management Council, AMMC, to remove Churches, Mosques, lounges and clubs from residential areas to curb the menace of noise pollution in the terr [...]
As the Chinese will say, we live in interesting times. The times in Nigeria are not simply interesting, but they are foreboding. Everywhere you turn, one is confronted by the very ominous signs of how the lives of Nigerians have been upended by the All Progressives Congress led by President Mu [...]
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