Veterinary practitioners in Abuja have called for synergy amongst all stakeholders in poultry management business in order to tackle the recent bird flu outbreak in the territory.
This was the consensus reached at the end of an interactive workshop with veterinary practitioners in the FCT [...]
The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, University of Abuja chapter, has earmarked N104 million to build a new secretariat at the main campus.
At the foundation laying ceremony, National President of the union, Dr. Nasir Fagge, praised the executives of the union for initiating su [...]
The candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Kwali area council, Hon. Joseph Shazin, has called on residents to support his party by ensuring that the Peoples Democratic Party is voted out of power in the forthcoming area council elections.
Shazin, who was speaking to The Abuja [...]
Federal Capital Territory Administration has stated that allocation of land in the Abuja industrial zones will be for only genuine manufacturers that have the capacity to develop it for the purpose the plots are earmarked for within a time frame.
FCT minister, Malam Muhammad Bello, who ma [...]
Two suspected gays were penultimate Saturday, February 6, 2016, arrested by the police in Jiwa, a suburb of Abuja, as they were about consummating their union at King’s Land Hotel hosted.
The Abuja Inquirer learnt that selected guests were waiting for the ‘couple’ walk in the [...]
Tension is mounting ahead of the March area council poll as the police on Saturday averted a political crisis in Kuje Area Council, over campaign billboard.
But for the intervention of a team of policemen from Kuje division, the peace of the sleepy town may have been shattered following a fraca [...]
The FCT Administration has already put mechanism in place to reward the cleanest area council, minister of the territory, Malam Muhammad Bello, has disclosed.
The minister who made the disclosure at the flag-off exercise of the household and community sanitation exercise in Kwali, on Saturday, [...]
Electricity consumers in the nation’s capital continue to frown on the N9.60 per kilo watts hour increase in electricity tariff, describing the development as draconian and an indication of government’s insensitivity to the plight of the masses.
Residents of Abuja now pay N24.30k ag [...]
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