As Nigeria and Nigerians join the rest of the world to celebrate the International Day for Peace, an Abuja based non-governmental organisation, Helpline Foundation for the Needy, has identified peace as panacea for economic growth and development.
The Nigerian media may have been most affected by the outbreak of Corona Virus in the country, as the Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, says a number of journalist have lost their lives and jobs to the pandemic.
National president of NUJ, Mr. Chris Isiguzo, who made the assertion when members [...]
A total of 2,747 illegal signages have been evacuated by the Department of Outdoor Advertising and Signages of the FCTA for failing to meet approved standard, amongst other contraventions.
The Director of DOAS, Dr. Babagana Adam, said the removal became necessary as the illegal signages also co [...]
FCT Minister, Muhammad Bello, has attributed the relative peace being enjoyed in the nation’s capital to the synergy and coordinated work among various security agencies.
Bello, who made the observation when he received a delegation from the Army Headquarters Garrison, Abuja, led by its n [...]
The FCT Administration has reiterated its commitment of restoring the city’s master plan, by getting rid of all unapproved and cluttered structures constituting security threat within the city centre.
It is to this end that the FCTA Development Control Department, last week, pulled down s [...]
Years after construction began at the permanent office complex of the FCT Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, the project is yet to be completed as the job is barely at 20percent completion stage.
The N640million building project which began since 2015 seem to have been abandoned, mostly due to lack [...]
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