Worried by the increasing audacity of open grazing in the city center by herdsmen and the alarm raised by residents, the Federal Cattle Territory Administration, FCTA, has read the riot act to the cattle grazers: you have two weeks to quit the city center.
However, the cattle herders, mainly Hau [...]
As the FCT Administration commences indefinite closure of 556 illegal and substandard schools across the six area councils, the plight of thousands of students enrolled in the schools and teachers under their employ has been viewed with grave concerns. The noticeable absence of any known plan by FCT e [...]
In order to conquer hunger and or famine in the near future following dwindling resources accruing to states from the federation account, Benue State Government, recently, approved that every Friday, beginning from June 10, till the end of July, 2016 would be made a work free day.
This is to ena [...]
For the Ogoni people, the rays of the sun have been meaningless for decades just as downpour from the clouds has for seasons. The pernicious penetration of settled spill in the earth’s bowels had ensured that the land was no longer green; the air heavy with acidic condensate; and the waters waft [...]
Residents of Kuje area council have continued to troop to the house of the chairman-elect, Hon. Abdullahi Galadima of the APC, congratulate him on his victory to end PDP’s era in the area.
Amongst early callers to the chairman-elect is a former chairman of the council, Hon. Danladi Z [...]
The All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, has given indication that it would promote socio-economic development of Gwagwalada within the first tenure of its administration.
The chairman-elect, Hon. Adamu Mustapha, made the assertion in a chat with The Abuja Inquirer shortly after he was p [...]
The nexus between foreign policy and public opinion came out forcefully in the aftermath of the Russian military airstrikes in Syria between September last year and March this year. The military action was a demonstration of Russia's increasing influence in the Middle East and indeed the world aft [...]
This week, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, dragged itself further down the muddy terrain of Nigeria’s politics. For some time now, it has somewhat suggested that it was not content with being just being an anti-graft agency: its managers wanted a portion of the political pie [...]
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