Thursday, May 30, 2024

Federal Capital Territory

May 26, 2024

Tinubu’s government targets 37,000 jobs in geriatric social care industry

The federal government says at least 37,000 jobs will be created in the geriatric care industry.

Emem Omokaro, NSCC director-general
May 23, 2024

Invest in afforestation to build healthy environment, minister urges Nigerians

“The contribution of family physicians to the healthcare system, especially in providing basic services is commendable.’’

2024 World Family Doctors’ Day (credit: NAN)
May 15, 2024

NDLEA arrested 80 suspects, seized 3,000kg drugs in FCT in three months: Official

Mr Tsakuwa said that over 50 suspected drug dealers had been prosecuted.

May 14, 2024

FCTA marks 500 structures for demolition along Karmo-Dei-Dei corridor

Mr Jibril said that the 24-hour notice should not be joked with.

May 11, 2024

Gov. Mutfwang plans construction of modern abattoir to revamp Plateau meat industry

“We already started discussing with investors to be able to rebuild the abattoir in Jos.’’

Plateau State governor, Caleb Mutfwang
May 9, 2024

Karu residents decry lingering water scarcity, beg government for intervention

Mr Ugorgi appealed to the relevant authorities in the FCT to look into our plight.

April 28, 2024

NiMet predicts three-day thundery, sunny weather conditions across Nigeria

According to NiMet, isolated thunderstorms are expected over parts of Kaduna and Taraba.

April 27, 2024

Minister lauds World Bank’s $2 million fund to tackle environmental degradation in FCT

“The project is here to help communities to adapt to the shock that will come from climate change.’’

April 25, 2024

Suleja Prison: Security operatives capture 14 fleeing inmates; over 100 still at large 

Suleja prison was damaged on Wednesday night after a heavy downpour, which also breached the perimeter walls, allowing over 119 inmates to escape.

Suleja Medium Security Custodial Centre
April 22, 2024

FG sets 18 years as minimum entry age into tertiary institutions 

The minister said the 18-year benchmark is in line with the 6-3-3-4 education system.

Tahir Mamman