FG shuts down Abuja parks amid Covid-19 resurgenceFearing a resurgence of COVID-19 instances, the federal government has locked down various parks in Abuja's Federal Capital Territory (FCT). The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) said that it was increasing surveillance at recreational facilities across the territory to verify that COVID-19 protocols were followed.
A Nigerian Pastor has raised alarm over the demolition of kingdom structure that took place in Bwari Area Council in Abuja.The Senior Pastor of Trust in God Prophetic Ministry International a.k.a Prophetic Arena, Prophet Sylvester Obeh, is shocked and disappointed as the bulldozer belonging to The Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA).
Today's Headlines: Task Force Demolishes Another Fulani Settlement, Jonathan Reacts To Gulak's Death
Task Force Demolishes Another Fulani Settlement. A Fulani settlement near the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, has been demolished by the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) Joint Task Force (JTF).Photo Credit: Today The development was disclosed by Ikharo Attah, Chairman, FCT Ministerial Committee on City Sanitation, on Sunday in Abuja.
Bauchi gov begs Christians to take COVID-19 vaccine : The Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed, has lamented the alleged refusal of a majority of Christians in the state to be vaccinated against COVID-19.The governor, who spoke on Saturday evening at the launch of the second round of the COVID-19 vaccination held at the Government House, Bauchi, called on the Federal Government to work with the states to deploy resources to procure the vaccines for the total coverage of our citizenry.
Image credit: vanguardngr.com Vanguard News reported that the Federal Capital Territory Administration, Social Development Secretariat (SDS) on Friday, in Abuja, arrested 217 defaulters over street begging. One of the beggars was allegedly arrested with over N600,000 in cash. Some of the notes were said to be very dirty because they have been kept for too long.
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The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) on Thursday July 15, 2021 banned the rearing of livestock in Abuja residential areas. Aisha Bello (Director, Department of Monitoring and Inspection) disclosed this through Omotayo Ogunkuade, Head of Feedback and Implementation, during a joint monitoring exercise with relevant agencies and departments.
Hundreds Homeless As FCTA Demolishes 473 Structures Photo Credit: Punch On Wednesday, the Federal Capital Territory Administration demolished over 473 illegal structures at Iddo Sarki Community in Abuja. This demolition has lead to hundreds of people losing their shelters and eventually become homeless. Photo Credit: Google
The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) had reportedly, raided criminal hideouts in Gwarinpa Estate and arrested 49 suspects, on Thursday, 2nd September, 2021. The operation was led by the chairman of the Ministerial Taskforce on City Sanitation, Ikharo Attah. The chairman, decried how the suspected criminals took advantage of the cleanup exercise to perpetrate looting.
Today's Headlines: FCTA Moves To Regulate Livestock Rearing; We Released Cleared 1009 Suspects- Army.
FCTA Moves To Regulate Livestock Rearing. Photo Credit: Punch Newspapers The Federal Capital Territory Administration on Thursday moved to regulate rearing of livestock within residential areas in the Federal Capital Territory. Furthermore, the Director, Department of Monitoring and Inspection, Mrs. Aisha Bello, gave the instruction during a joint monitoring exercise with relevant secretariats, departments and agencies of the FCT.
A generator tax has been imposed on Abuja business owners by the federal government. Generators and other industrial devices, according to the government, damage the environment and pose a threat to Abuja inhabitants. For employing generators and other devices, the Federal Capital Territory Administration imposed an annual charge on Abuja banks, companies, and warehouses.
Today is April 14th, a remarkable day in our history as a country.In 2014, Boko Haram bombed Nyanyan motor park, an act of terror that killed over 70 people and injured over 200 people.Nyanyan is a suburb partly shared between Abuja Nasarawa state.
News reports have comfirmed that on Monday in Abuja,the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA)Mobile Court found 33 people guilty after being apprehended and arraigned for failure to wear facemasks in congested locations within the metropolis. It was reported that the accused flouted the Covid-19 Health Protection Regulation,2021, as approved by President Buhari. Reliable reports also revealed that some of the accused who were found guilty after pleading guilty to the violations were awarded a fine
The Federal Capital Territory Administration has warned the residents of the city, especially fun seekers, against disobeying and flouting COVID-19 guidelines during the Valentine’s Day celebration coming up on Sunday February 14, 2021. The Head of Publicity, Enlightenment and Advocacy of the FCT Ministerial Enforcement Task Force on COVID-19, Mr. Ihkaro Attah, who gave the warning at a news conference on Friday February 12, 2021, in Abuja, noted that the pandemic was still ravaging and called for caution.
Today's Headlines: Gunmen kidnap FCTA Staff 3 others, demand N50m ransom, No Rift Between Buhari & Tinubu -Presidency
Gunmen kidnap FCTA staff, 3 others, demand N50m ransom.
Today's Headlines: 7 years after, FCTA reintroduces controversial ‘park and pay’; Borno: Boko Haram Attacks Damasak Town Again
7 years after, FCTA reintroduces controversial ‘park and pay’ About seven years after it suspended its controversial ‘park and pay policy, the Federal Capital Territory Administration FCTA has again reintroduced the policy.Acting Secretary, FCT Transportation Secretariat, Usman Yahaya who announced this on Tuesday in Abuja said the on-street parking policy was to bring about sanity in the city.
Today's Headlines: 3000 Bottles Of Alcohol Destroyed by Hisba, All States Must Have RUGA - Matawalle
Niger State Identifies Abducted Students And Staff Of GSS Kagara It was previously reported that in the early hours of Wednesday, a number of GSS Kagara students and pupils were kidnapped by bandits whose identities were not identified on the day of the incident. Nevertheless, it is now confirmed that there were 27 abducted students, along with three teachers, two non-teaching employees, and nine staff family members staying in the quarters. Abuja Ban Open Grazing Established RUGA In Abuja, the nation's capital,
FCTA demolishes two-storey building in Abuja: The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Friday, demolished a two-storey building located on plot 4545 at SIL Estate, Mbora District, Abuja, for contravening the land use act and for being built on a plot designated as an open area. Addressing newsmen after the demolition, on behalf of the FCTA, Alh. Muktar Galadima, Director, Department of Development Control, described the building as illegal and that many similar buildings would also be demolished
Shooters have kidnapped a laborer with the Federal Capital Territory Administration and three other people during a pre-first light attack in Kiyi Town, in Kuje Area Council, Abuja.
According to vanguard news, the Federal Capital Territory Administration FCTA, Joint Union Action Committee JUAC, and Federal Capital Development Authority FCDA, have concluded plans to go on an indefinite strike following the refusal Io implement a signed agreement between the President of Nigeria and the workers in the state. Despite their