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Okuama: Last respects to fallen heroes

Okuama: Last respects to fallen heroes

T he shutdown started when the remains of the soldiers started arriving at about 2:26 p.m . They were conveyed by the Military Ambulance vehicles and the FCT Ambulance Emergency services, among others. One of…

Nexus Between Recapitalised Banks And $1trn Economy

Nexus Between Recapitalised Banks And $1trn Economy

The quest to expand the economy to a trillion dollar size in 2026 makes it imperative for banks, unarguably the economic growth agents, to get financially ready for $1 trillion GDP growth, Abdulwahab Isa reports…

Reviving dying cultural heritage

Reviving dying cultural heritage

The indigenous tribes living within the Federal Capital Territory, are a people with a rich history, culture and tradition. Annually, the nine indigenous tribes, namely, Gbaygi, Gwandara, Gade, Koro, Egbira, Bassa, Gwari, Abawa and Amomoa,…

Lugbe residents groan over ‘unauthorised’ demolition

Lugbe residents groan over ‘unauthorised’ demolition

Demolitions Since the administration of Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, one thing Abuja residents dread most is the sight of a bulldozer accompanied by a squad of security operatives. It means a demolition exercise is about to…

NATEP: Closing Unemployment Gap Via Offshore Job Opportunities

Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment recently flagged off the process of creating one million job opportunities in the next five years through talent export and outsourcing to be led by National Talent Export…

Rescuing Indigent Patients From Hospital

Rescuing Indigent Patients From Hospital

In keeping with the Christian doctrine on Corporal Works of Mercy, a community based organisation has rescued some indigent patients from apparent detention in a hospital. CALEB ONWE reports Indigent patients Silas Amede, a middle…

Illegal Mining, Prelude To Ecological Disasters

The activities of illegal miners has become a source of concern to residents of the Federal Capital Territory, especially with the collateral damage it inflicts on the environment, ONWUKA NZESHI reports Mining tragedy In September…

Rescuing indigent patients from hospital

Rescuing indigent patients from hospital

In keeping with the Christian doctrine on Corporal Works of Mercy, a community based organisation has rescued some indigent patients from apparent detention in a hospital. CALEB ONWE reports Indigent patients Silas Amede, a middle…

Illegal mining, prelude to ecological disasters

Illegal mining, prelude to ecological disasters

Mining tragedy In September 2023, residents of Abuja, received a shocking news of the death of 30 persons at an illegal mining site in the Kuje Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory. The deceased…

Evaluating CBN’s Logic for 2.5m bags of Fertiliser Intervention

Evaluating CBN’s Logic for 2.5m bags of Fertiliser Intervention

The Central Bank of Nigeria last week handed over 2.5 million bags of assorted fertilisers valued at over N100 billion to the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security, a gesture aimed at tackling rising cost…