Inside Abuja

Many troubles for PoS operators

Last week, the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) rolled out a new policy to guide operations of Point of Sale (PoS) agents in Abuja, a development that triggered complaints. CALEB ONWE reports T his period is definitely not the best of times for Point of Sale ( POS) agents in the Federal Capital Territory. Just […]

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Bwari: Tale of a resilient people

The inhabitants of Bwari, one of the indigenous communities in the Federal Capital Territory, have unique history and culture. ONWUKA NZESHI reports T he Bwari Area Council, with Bwari as headquarters is located on the North Eastern part of the Federal Capital Territory . It is a terrain of rocky hills and undulating plains covered […]

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Frustration over new naira notes

Fears and frustrations have taken over the social and business environments as the deadline for the take off of the redesigned new naira notes approaches. CALEB ONWE reports     Currency redesign O n October 26, 2022, the Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr Godwin Emefiele, announced plans to redesign the naira, the national […]

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Handbag snatchers, pick pockets on the prowl

There seems to be a return of some common criminals such as the pick pockets, handbag snatchers, and other petty thieves to the suburbs of the nation’s capital. CHUKWU DAVID reports   H andbag snatching and pick pocketing are age long crimes perpetrated by street urchins and other deviants in the society. The menace used […]

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Anxiety as schools resume for another term

The second term academic session begins this week and while pupils are enthusiastic about reconnecting with classmates, many parents and guardians are apprehensive. DEBORAH OCHENI reports     M any parents are currently in dilemma on how to recover from the expenditures incurred during the Christmas and New Year celebrations and shoulder the other responsibilities […]

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Mixed reactions trail Park and Pay policy

The planned ‘resurrection’ of the Park and Pay policy in the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), has elicited mixed reactions from different quarters. CALEB ONWE reports   I t was first introduced in 2014 when parking lots along the streets were leased to different private companies. These strategic places within the city centre were marked […]

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ABU to establish distance learning campus in S’Arabia

As part of its international projects to promote distance learning degree programmes across the globe, the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State, has disclosed that plans are already on to establish a centre in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. This was disclosed by the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Kabiru Bala, when the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Federal University, […]

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Julius Berger fetes media executives at Yuletide

Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, recently hosted media executives to a parley during the Christmas and New Year celebrations. DEBORAH OCHENI reports   Towards the end of every year, construction giant, Julius Berger Nigeria PLC has made it a tradition to host senior journalists to a parley which usually dovetails into a luncheon. The tradition was […]

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Concerns over illegal LPG retail outlets

There is growing public outcry over the indiscriminate establishment of liquefied petroleum gas sales outlets within residential areas in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, CALEB ONWE reports   A few years ago, the city of Abuja recorded two incidents of gas explosion, each of them resulting in loss of lives and valuable properties. One […]

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ITF submits fresh vocational training centres to FG

The Industrial Training Fund (ITF) has submitted a proposal on vocational skills to the Federal Government covering four key sectors, Director General Joseph Ari has said. The four critical areas jointly being understudy with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), according to the ITF chief, are agriculture, service sector, construction and Information and Communication […]

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