No fewer than 20 violators of the current 14-day extended lockdown in Abuja, have been tried and convicted by the mobile courts on Thursday.
This was following the activation of about three mobile courts to try violators of its lockdown order.
The violators we [...]
Approximately N485 million is said to have been donated to the Federal Capital Territory Administration to support it's fight against the dreaded Coronavirus.
The FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Bello, told a press conference in Abuja that the amount excludes other donations made [...]
The Chief Imam of Benue State, Dr. Habib Suleiman, has appealed Muslims in the state to increase their personal hygiene as the best traditional practice to reduce the spread of coronavirus infection.
Suleiman gave the advice in a sermon during Jumat prayers held at the Central Mosque in Wadata [...]
A non-governmental organisation based in the nation's capital, Helpline Foundation for the Needy, has called on Nigerians not to stigmatise patients with tuberculosis, as the disease remains a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in developing countries.
The group also tasked relevant a [...]
Despite the directive by the FCT administration against overloading of vehicles, as measures of checking the spread of Corona Virus in the nation's capital, at least 72 drivers have reportedly contravened that order.
Chairman of the Ministerial Task Team on Decongestion of Traffic, Attah Ik [...]
The Federal Capital Territory Administration FCTA has provided a 300-bed facility to serve as an isolation and treatment center for patients of the coronavirus disease.
The nation’s capital currently runs a 30-bed space isolation and treatment center at the University of Abuja Teaching Ho [...]
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