An Abuja based non-governmental organization, Helpline Foundation for the Needy, has called for more support towards improving the lives of the vulnerable women especially the widows in the society.
The foundation noted that caring for the widows and other vulnerable women will reduce pov [...]
As part of measures to enhance service delivery, the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, through its Call Center has launched a mobile phone application "FastGov".
The administration said the cutting edge technology will aid residents to forward their complaints and [...]
Commuters and residents of Utako, a satellite town in Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC, have heaved a sigh of relief as the police continue to clamp down on ‘one chance’ syndicates around the popular Berger bus stop.
Speaking to The Abuja Inquirer, some commuters advised mem [...]
The unit commander in charge of Federal Secretariat, Mr. Wasiu Adejumobi, has said that his leadership has put on adequate measures to clear gridlock during the peak hours in the central business district.
He disclosed this in a chat with our correspondent in his office, noting that the c [...]
Motorists plying Suleja-Lambata and Zuba-Tafa roads have expressed satisfactions over the security measures put in place in Suleja local government with a view to checkmating robbery activities in the area.
Some motorists who spoke to The Abuja Inquirer revealed that the robbery incidents [...]
Following rift between the authorities of the Federal Capital Territory Administration and Area Councils, the Department of Outdoor Advertisement and Signage, DOAS, lost over N18 billion in six years.
The director, DOAS, Dr. Babagana Adam, made this known in an interview with journalists [...]
The Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, has disbursed the sum of N197 million for infrastructure development at the community levels in the FCT, under the Community and Social Development Programmes, CSDP.
Presenting cheques to the representatives of 23 communities in the six [...]
The permanent secretary of the Federal Capital Territory Administration, Sir Christian Ohaa, has stressed the need for accurate data collection for proper planning and development of the education sector.
Ohaa stated this at the flag-off of the 2018/2019 FCT level Annual School Census, AS [...]
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