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  • We Must Build More Women Followership In The Country – Aisha

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    Ambassador (Dr) Aisha Audu-Emeje is the founder/chief executive officer of an Abuja-based non governmental organization, ‘A3 Foundation’. She is also a former First Lady of Kogi State. In this interview with DAVID ADUGE-ANI, as part of this year’s International Women’s Day celebration, she speaks on the need for more Nigerian women to be in politics…

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  • NBS Staff Needs N15m For Kidney Transplant

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    Thirty five-year-old Inia Jennifer Baba, who has been battling with renal disorder since 2013 has sent an appeal for help to Nigerians at home and abroad to help raise the sum of N15million, to enable her undergo urgent saving kidney transplant surgery. A mother of one, Inia a staff of the National Bureau of Statistics…

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  • Federal Allocations: Residents Accuse FCTA Of Shady Deals On Council Allocations

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    Residents of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have expressed worry over the secrecy in which the present FCT Administration disburses monthly federal allocations to the six area councils in the territory, just as they alleged that the recent development lacks transparency and accountability. It could be recalled that the immediate past FCT Administration headed by…

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  • We’re Battling With Inadequate Funding In Our Hospitals – FCTA

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    Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has raised an alarm that inadequate funding, under-staffing and overstretched facilities are affecting its activities across government hospitals in the territory. Speaking at the end-of-the-year (2016) media briefing in Abuja at the weekend, acting secretary, FCT Health and Human Services Secretariat, Mrs. Odey A.I. Achu pointed out that the secretariat…

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  • FCTA To Return Wrongly Acquired Plots To Owners

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    The FCT Administration said in order to ensure that equity and justice is not only done but also, seen to be done to all and sundry, it would return all wrongly acquired plots in the territory to its rightful owners. Receiving members of the standing committee of the Jamanatul-Nasril-Islam (JNI) on landed properties in the…

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  • Revisiting The Plight Of Abuja Original Indigenes

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    The original indigenes of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) since the creation of the territory in 1976 have always remained a weeping child in the face of the development efforts in the FCT. Only recently the indigenes under the aegis of the Original Inhabitants Development Association of Abuja (OIDA), asked the federal government to create…

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