Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Mal. Muhammad Bello, has inaugurated a 16-member State Community Policing Advisory Committee, SCPAC, to help in reducing crime rate in FCT communities, as well as to deepen the trust between the communities and the law enforcement agencies.
No fewer than 20 violators of the current 14-day extended lockdown in Abuja, have been tried and convicted by the mobile courts on Thursday
This was following the activation of about three mobile courts to try violators of its lockdown order.
The Chairman of Abuja Municipal Area Council, Hon. Abdullahi Candido, has donated his April to June salaries to mitigate the economic impact of Covid-19 in the Area Council.
Candido, who annou [...]
On the 2020 Children’s Day, a non-governmental organisation, the Yellow Jerrycan Save A Child Foundation, has decried the neglect and squalor at the Durumi Internally Displaced Peoples, IDPs, camp in Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory.
Speaking during a [...]
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