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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT APPROVES NEW DEPARTMENTS FOR NIGERIAN POLICE

The federal government has approved the reorganization of the Nigerian police force, this includes full autonomy of the Force Intelligence Bureau (FIB), five new zonal command headquarters and the decentralization of the Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigations Department (FCIID). Federal government approved the creation of five new departments in the …

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OVER ONE HUNDRED COMMUNITIES BENEFIT FROM COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

Over One hundred communities and groups have so far benefited from the activities of the FCT Community and Social Development Project across the six area councils. The General Manager F.C.T Community and Social Development Project, Doctor Shuaibu Adamu disclosed this to Aso Radio and television news in Abuja. The F.C.T …

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COVID-19 UPDATE 29TH MAY 2020

Nigeria has recorded 389 new cases of the coronavirus bringing the total number to 8,915. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control confirmed this in a tweet via its official handle. The NCDC said the new cases were recorded in 22 states, with Lagos recording 111, the FCT-16, Akwa Ibom-10, Oyo-8, …

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A.M.A.C CHAIRMAN DONATES HIS THREE MONTHS SALARY TO COUNCIL’S TREASURY

The Executive Chairman of the Abuja Municipal Area Council, Alhaji Abdullahi Adamu Candido has announced the donation of His 3 months Salary from April to June 2020 to reduce the wage bill of the Council in view of the effect of COVID-19 on the economy. The A.M.A.C Chairman made the …

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P.T.F CHAIRMAN BOSS MUSTAPHA URGES NIGERIANS TO BE CAUTIOUS ABOUT COVID-19

The chairman of the Presidential Task Force Mr. Boss Mustapha has urged citizens to be more conscious about the harsh nature of the pandemic. He made this statement at the daily P.T.F COVID-19 briefing in Abuja. He mentioned that the virus is still very dangerous as major countries in the …

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PRESIDENT BUHARI URGES DEVELOPED COUNTRIES TO CANCEL THE DEBTS OF NEEDY COUNTRIES

President Muhammadu Buhari has called on developed countries and international financial institutions to cancel the debts of ”needy countries” especially in Africa to enable them reverse the devastations of COVID-19 to the human race. President Buhari restated the appeal for debt cancellation for African counties in a virtual meeting tagged …

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PRESIDENCY PRESENTS FACT SHEET OF PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI’S ADMINISTRATION

The presidential spokesperson Mr. Femi Adesina has released a fact sheet detailing the achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari. He stated that since President Buhari was sworn into office for a second term on the 29th of May 2019, his administration has effected positive change and kept faith with it’s promises  …

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C.B.N APPROVES REGULATORY LENIENCY OF CREDIT FACILITIES AS PART OF MEASURES IN CURBING THE IMPACT OF COVID-19

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has approved regulatory forbearance for the restructuring of credit facilities in the Other Financial Institutions Sub- Sector, as part of its monetary and Financial Policy measures in mitigating impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on households. This was contained in a circular issued by the CBN …

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WORLD BANK APPROVES THREE HUNDRED AND FORTY SIX MILLIONS DOLLARS TO STRENTHEN LIVELIHOODS IN THE LAKE CHAD

A sum of three hundred and forty- six million dollars has been approved by the World Bank to finance the International Development Association to help strengthen livelihoods in the Lake Chad Region, close the gaps in Infrastructure and access basic services caused by severe climate change. This was made known in …

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MINISTER OF INFORMATION ALHAJI LAI MOHAMMED PLEDGES HIS COMMITMENT TO SAVE THE CREATIVE INDUSTRY

The Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said the Federal Government would amend the Act establishing the National Endowment for the Arts to enable it to play a pivotal role in responding to the demands of the sector, which has been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 …

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