President Muhammadu Buhari has authorised the return of most of the initial restrictions imposed earlier in the year for the prevention of the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Among the re-introduced restrictions and regulations are closure of most public places and social events, including religious, occupational and recreational activities.
The FCT Administration has reiterated its commitment of restoring the city’s master plan, by getting rid of all unapproved and cluttered structures constituting security threat within the city centre. It is to this end that the FCTA Development Control Department, last week, pulled down several makeshift houses and brothels at
The Federal Capital Territory Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, MPWB, has refunded the sum of N74,549,000 to some intending pilgrims who sought reimbursement of their deposit for the 2020 hajj. A statement signed by the spokesperson of the board, Muhammad Aliyu, reveals that 74 intending pilgrims who made deposit to the
Approximately 203 midwives and community health extension workers have been employed by the FCT Administration to boost primary healthcare services in the territory. The FCT Minister of State, Ramatu Aliyu, who disclosed this at the launch of 12 kilowatts power volsus solar for health mini-grid for primary healthcare centres in Karu,
As part of measures to check indiscriminate waste disposal as well as encourage climate friendly practices among residents, the FCT Administration in partnership with WASTE Africa, has unveiled a Cash 4 Trash recycling hub in the nation’s capital. Unveiling the project at the Nyanya area of the Abuja Municipal Area Council, FCT Minister of State, Dr. Ramatu Aliyu, noted that the aim of
The Federal Capital Territory FCT Youth Taskforce and Response Team on COVID-19 in collaboration with the National Youth Council of Nigeria NYCN has threatened to mobilize youths across the six area councils of the FCT to shutdown the operations of some private companies in Abuja. Mr Ango Abdullahi, Chairman NYCN
The Nigerian Senate on Thursday called on President Muhammadu Buhari to obey the judgment of the Court of Appeal on the constitutional requirement in appointing an indigene of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT ) as a substantive member of the Federal Executive Council (FEC). Senate said that this would be