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AEA trains 500 residents on digital skills

No fewer than five hundred residents of the Federal Capital Territory have been trained by the Abuja Enterprise Agency, AEA, on digital skills, to enable them effectively maximize the digital space. 

The beneficiaries were drawn from all walks of life, ranging from the media, micro, small [...]

Fri, 16 November 2018


Jabi building collapse: Panel recommends overhaul of Dev’t Control

The investigative panel set up by the FCT Administration to unravel the remote causes of Jabi building collapse, has recommended a total overhaul of the Department of Development Control, with a view to strengthening its institutional framework to cope with the ever increasing development in the terri [...]

Fri, 16 November 2018


FCTA staff co-operative society bags meritorious award

The FCTA Staff Multi-purpose Co-operative Society, last week, bagged various categories of awards at the Annual Conference of Institute of Co-operative Professionals of Nigeria, ICOPRON. 

In a statement issued by the secretary of the co-operative, Comrade. Emmanuel Tortiv, he said the even [...]

Sun, 11 November 2018


NNPC rakes in $470m in crude oil, gas export for August

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, has said it recorded a surge in the sale of crude oil and gas in August 2018 which stood at $470million, about $78million better than it did in July with only $391.91million exports.

NNPC Monthly Financial and Operations report for August 2018 [...]

Sun, 11 November 2018


FCTA to embark on schools rehabilitation next year

The Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, said it would begin massive rehabilitation and renovation of facilities in public senior secondary schools in the nation's capital next year. 

Speaking when he visited some public schools in the FCT to assess available facilities, cha [...]

Sun, 11 November 2018


Bill Clinton Drive: FCDA diverts traffic as rehabilitation work continues

The Federal Capital Development Authority, FCDA, has said it will close the outbound lane of the Bill Clinton Drive which leads traffic from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport to the Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Expressway, while the inbound lane will now be used by motorists in dual mode. 

Sun, 11 November 2018


Ex-Kwali chair to consolidate on achievements

 Former chairman of Kwali area council, Hon. Ibrahim Daniel, has won the Peoples Democratic Party’s primary election to seek for re-election in the area, just as he promised to consolidate on his achievements while serving as chairman of the council. 

Speaking exclusively to The [...]

Sun, 11 November 2018


PDP flagbearer in G/lada promises scholarship scheme

Flagbearer of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Gwagwalada area council, Alh. Mohammed Ibrahim, has said that when elected he would introduce scholarship scheme in the council for the benefit of students. 

He made this known to newsmen when he picked the party ticket to represent PDP i [...]

Sun, 11 November 2018


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