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Palliative: Labanese makes highest singular donation to FCT

The Lebanese community in Nigeria yesterday, made the highest singular donation to the FCT Administration to 

cushion the effects of the Covid-19 lockdown on the poor and the vulnerable in the Territory.

 

Wed, 22 April 2020


COVID-19:FCTA raise alarm over influx of destitute

The Federal Capital Territory FCT Administration has promised to deal decisively with destitutes found making their way into the nation's capital during the current restriction of movement being observed in the territory. 

 

 

Wed, 22 April 2020


Lock down: FCT Police warn against illegal operations at motor parks

 

 

Motor park union executives have been asked to advise their members to comply with the stay at home order issued by the presidency or risk having their parks sealed.

The FCT police Commissioner, Bala Ciroma, at a meeting with operators of motor parks warned that [...]

Tue, 21 April 2020


Palliative: FCTA assures of transparency in distribution

The Federal Capital Territory Administration has assured residents of the  Federal Capital Territory that there will be transparency in the distribution of Palliatives to Vulnerable households.

 

 

This reassurance was reiterated by [...]

Mon, 20 April 2020


Lock down: FCTA mobile courts convicts 62 violators

About 62 persons have so far been convicted by the FCTA mobile courts for violating the sit-at-home order, since the court began sitting on Wednesday, 16, April 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

Fri, 17 April 2020


FCTA makes wearing of face mask compulsory in designated markets

Henceforth, residents of the FCT must have to wear a face mask before being allowed into designated markets in the territory, the Abuja Markets Management Limited, AMML, has warned. 

 

 

 

The agency explain that [...]

Fri, 17 April 2020


Palliative: Group donates 2,000 cartons of noodles to FCTA

A political group based in Abuja, Team Ramatu Support Group has donated 2,000 cartons of indomie noodles to support the Federal Capital Territory Administration's efforts to cushion the effect of the sit-at-home order.  

 

 

 

Fri, 17 April 2020


COVID-19: FCTA kicks off palliative distribution in Abaji

The FCT Administration has officially flagged off the distribution of palliative materials to the six area councils of the territory to cushion the effect of sit-at-home order among the vulnerable ones.

 

 

 

FCT Minister of Sta [...]

Fri, 17 April 2020


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