It is no longer news that the country’s national grid of electricity is susceptible to frequent collapse, leading to power outage across the country with attendant impact on businesses and the economy. Although at least N1.7 trillion was sunk into maintenance of facilities in the sector [...]
The unprecedented move by President Muhammadu Buhari to allow African passport holders to apply for visa upon arrival in Nigeria has attracted varying reactions with some applauding the policy for the economic benefits it may bring to the nation. However, some Abuja residents who spoke to Will [...]
The permanent secretary, Federal Capital Territory Administration, Sir Christian Ohaa, has condoled with the family of Dr. Abiodun Nathanial Olorunfemi, over the death of the former FCTA permanent secretary.
In a statement by the Chief Press Secretary of the administration, Mr. Anthony Ogunleye [...]
As part of measures to raise female community leaders in every African society, the Africa Women Conference, AWC, Leadership Development Center will be officially inaugurated on September 30, 2019 in Abuja.
Co-convener of Africa Women Conference, and founder/president of Helpline Foundati [...]
As part of efforts to provide basic healthcare delivery to residents, the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, has launched Basic Health Care Provision Fund, BHCPF, aimed at providing health services to 784,000 FCT residents.
As part of measures to cushion the effect of flooding and erosion in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, has commenced the distribution of agro-allied inputs worth over N150 million to farmers in the six area councils affected by recent flooding in the nation's capital.  [...]
Federal Capital Territory Administration through its Agriculture and Rural Development Secretariat, last week, trained no fewer than 300 women drawn from all the six Area Councils on best techniques to process and preserve tomatoes.
Leader of the training team, Mrs. Oladoja Margaret, who [...]
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