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FCTA MOBILE COURT SANCTIONS OVER 30 VIOLATORS OF COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

Thirty nine covid 19 protocols offenders have been arrested, tried and sentenced by the FCT mobile court.     The prosecutor, Mr. Odiam Tukula made this known while briefing news men on the arrest in Jabi Abuja.   Mr. Tukula said that the Abuja Environmental Protection Board is all out …

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Former Ugandan War lord Dominic Ongwen, Faces Judgement at International Criminal Court

Former Ugandan Lord’s Resistance Army commander Dominic Ongwen, is facing judgement at International Criminal Court. He has been accused of 70 counts of crimes against humanity and war crimes. Former war lord, Dominic Ongwen went on trial in December 2016, accused of murder, rape, torture, sexual slavery and use of …

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Covid-19 Mobile Court Orders Reopening Of popular Wuse Market

A Covid-19 Mobile Court sitting in Abuja, has ordered the reopening of the popular Wuse Market and some Shopping Malls that were ordered sealed on Monday over violation of Covid-19 guidelines after the Ministerial Taskforce on the Enforcement of covid-19 guidelines dragged them before the court. While on its way …

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FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY ADMINISTRATION SHUTS DOWN FOUR PARKS OVER COVID-19 VIOLATIONS

Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), has sealed off about four Recreational Parks and is to prosecute about 12 persons over COVID-19 guidelines violations.         This followed a monitoring exercise by the FCT Covid-19 Guidelines Enforcement Taskforce led by the Head, Media, and Enlightenment of the Task-Force, Mr. …

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HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS CALLS FOR THE RELEASE OF NIGERIAN JOURNALIST, TOM UHIA OGA

  Human Rights activists in the Federal Capital Territory calls for the release of a journalist, and Publisher of Power Steering Magazine Mr. Tom Uhia Oga, who has been held by the Nigeria Police for over 15 days The Chairman, Human Rights Lawyers Legal foundation for the promotion of morals …

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FCT POLICE RESCUE KIDS SUBJECTED TO INHUMAN TREATMENT BY GUARDIAN

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT)  Police Command,  acting on a tip-off on Friday rescued two children that were allegedly locked in a toilet and subjected to inhuman treatment by their guardian who lives on the second floor of a two storey-building in Federal Capital Development Authority quarters Garki. This was …

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FG COMMISSIONS NATIONAL CHILD’S RIGHT IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE SECRETARIAT

The Federal Government commissioned the Secretariat for the National Child’s Rights Implementation Committee (NCRIC) today, to further strengthen institutions in the implementation of the child’s rights law, The Minister Federal Ministry of Women Affairs, Dame Pauline Tallen, did the commissioning in Abuja with the pledge to ensure all states yet …

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FCT MOBILE COURT SENTENCES POPULAR MUSICIAN NAIRA MARLEY

A Federal Capital Territory Covid-19 Mobile Court sitting in Abuja has sentenced the music superstar, Azeez Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley, for violating COVID-19 Regulations in the territory. Naira Marley pleaded guilty to the four-countFCT  charge pressed on him by the prosecuting team. Reading the four-count charge, Magistrate Idayat …

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AGENCY TO COLLABORATE WITH GOVERNMENT TO END RAPE

Governments, media, and civil society organizations have been called upon to collaborate in order to end rape and other gender-based violence in the country. Executive Director, Centre for Women Studies and Intervention, Sister Ngozi Frances Uti, made the call at a news conference in Abuja. According to the Executive Director, …

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FEDERAL HIGH COURT ADJOURNS TRIAL OF AGF MOHAMMED ADOKE OVER AMENDED CHARGES BY EFCC

Trial of former Attorney General of the Federation, AGF, Mr., Mohammed Adoke, over alleged money laundering of about Four-hundred (N400) million naira, has been adjourned till tomorrow following the additional seven charges brought against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC, at the resumed trial. The ex-AGF who …

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