Following the rape and consequent death of Miss Vera Uwaila Omozuwa, the Network of Reproductive Health Journalists of Nigeria, NRHJN has called on the Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, to effect the full implementation of the Violence Against Persons Prohibition Act, VAPP of 2015.
Members of the FCT COVID-19 Emergency Response Team have denied media reports that they abandoned their duty posts due to non-payment of their N30,000 daily allowance for April and May by the FCT Administration.
A member of the team, Alabi Adozia, who spoke on behalf of other staff of the FCT P [...]
The FCT Administration has revealed that it will be adopting a phase approach in addressing the daunting challenges confronting the health sector in the nation’s capital.
FCT Minister of State, Dr. Ramatu Aliyu, disclosed this at the flag off of sensitization workshop of key stakeholders [...]
Consistent with its Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR, objectives, Fidelity Bank Plc has handed over a 50-bed capacity isolation c [...]
As controversy continues to rage over the delayed confirmation of Justice M.S Dongban-Mensem as substantive president of the Court of Appeal, the Presidency has said that security agents were still checking out the nominee, while stressing that nobody would stampede President Muhammadu Buhari in carry [...]
Last week, the Chevening Alumni Association of Nigeria, CAAN, elected
members into its Board of Trustees, BOT, as well as into its National
Executive Committee. Dr. John Momoh, Multiple award-winning
broadcaster and Chairman of Channels Media Group was elected&nb [...]
Churches reopened their doors to worshippers in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, on Sunday, June 7, 2020 after over two months of being shut due to Covid-19 restrictions put in place by the Federal Government and the Federal Capital Territory Administration to curb the spread of the [...]
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