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  • FIRE RAZE MARKET

    Early Morning Fire Guts Part Of Kuje Main Market

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    Early morning Fire has gutted temporary  structures popularly known as “Bar-chars”  which traders use in Kuje main market as a result of on going construction work, the fire was said to have been noticed in the market which is located at central area of  kuje area council at about 6: 15 am  on Friday 24th…

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  • Whistle Blower Policy: NGO Urges Civil Servants To Expose Corruption

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    An Abuja-based nongovernmental organization (NGO), Almushahid Initiative For Transparency and Accountability has called on civil servant to take advantage of the Whistle Blower Policy and expose corrupt practices in the civil service. President of the NGO, Ambassador Aminu Majidadi who made the call during a rally held yesterday at the Federal Secretariat said that there…

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  • Kuje Chairman Cautions Media On Credibility

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     Chairman of Kuje area council, Abdullahi Galadima has cautioned newsmen to exert professionalism in their reportage, to avoid misinforming the public. Galadima stated this in reaction to a report alleging that he dishonored recent transfer of staff authorised by the chief executive of the Area Council Service Commission, Mohammed Gamwa He added that he has…

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  • Youth Leader Decries Lack Of Fence In Primary School

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    Youth leader of Dakwo community in Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC), Joel Japheth has decried lack of fence in the only primary school located in the community. In an interview with LEADERSHIP at the weekend, Japheth noted that the absence of fencing facility in the school has turned the area into a place where people…

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  • District Head Frowns At Refuse Dump Behind Health Centre

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    District head of Dutse village in Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC), Ishiaku Yanholo has said that the refuse dump behind the primary health centre in the village poses major health hazard to the people living in the community. Yanholo who said this during an interview with LEADERSHIP at the weekend, also lamented the state of…

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  • Bwari Area Council Partners NGO On Haulage

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    A Non- governmental organization, National Freight Hauliers Association (NFHA), has called for partnership with Bwari area council to improve the transport system in the area. Speaking yesterday when he paid a courtesy visit to the chairman of Bwari area council, Musa Dikko, the national president of the association, Mr. Jackson Bent explained that the choice…

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  • Kuje Market Traders Elect New Executive

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    Kuje Market Traders Association has elected a new chairman to stir the affairs of the association. The elections were conducted by a caretaker committee to usher in the new executives at the Kuje Town hall by144 accredited delegates drawn from all the sub-groups in the markets. Speaking before the elections, the chairman,  Kuje area council,…

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  • Nwora Launches Book, To Mark 2nd Priestly Anniversary

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    The associate parish priest of St. Augustine’s Catholic Church, Lugbe, a suburb of Abuja, Rev. Fr. Francis Ndubuisi Nwora, has launched a book to commemorate the 2nd anniversary of his ordination as a priest in the Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja. The book titled “God the Communion of Love” was launched in both Masses at the…

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  • Assessing Kwali Area Council Under Shazhin

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    On assuming office as the chairman of Kwali area council on May 20th 2016 Joseph Shazin  was faced with many challenges which involved poor infrastructure and absence of revenue profile which put enormous weight on the finances of the council. In his efforts to give the council a facelift in line with the change agenda…

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