The Acting Secretary, FCT Health and Human Services Secretariat, Dr. Mohammed Kawu, has expressed the Administration readiness to enlighten the public about the risk factors associated with the covid-19 pandemic ravaging the world.
Dr Kawu made this known while receiving the director Administra [...]
Chairman of the Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC, Abdullahi Candido, has assured of efficient execution of identified community projects in the ongoing implementation of the federal government Special Public Works, SPW, programme.
Candido, who made the promise during the flag off of the progr [...]
Over 80 timber shades and 300 furniture shops were said to have been affected by the recent inferno that gutted the Kugbo furniture market last week, the FCT Fire Service has disclosed.
The latest incident is one of the series of fire outbreaks that has ravaged the market, therefore the call by [...]
The Nigeria Police have admitted to losing four men in a shoot-out with suspected bandits along the notorious Birnin-Gwari Highway, with one officer still missing.
“Contrary to unconfir [...]
As schools across the country resume on Monday, January 18 for the second term academic calendar
Nigerians are divided over the issue.
While some have backed the federal [...]
Gunmen suspected to be bandits has killed a member of the Livestock Guard in Benue, Security Adviser to Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom, Lt. Col. Paul Hemba, has said.
The Federal Government has disbursed ₦4,940,000 grant under Federal Government Cash Grant for Rural Women project were about 247 Fulani women under the aegis of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), have received N20,000 each to enhance their [...]
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