Inside Abuja

Doctors’ day out with vulnerable children

The Association of Resident Doctors, University of Abuja Teaching Hospital (ARD-UATH), recently carried out a phenomenal task that brought smiles to the faces of poor and vulnerable children. REGINA OTOKPA reports   Over the years, the number of abandoned children within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), has continued to soar, creating a source of worry […]

Inside Abuja

A yuletide holiday without recreation

The just concluded yuletide season was one with so much mixed feelings for residents of Abuja. It was dull, drab, devoid the usual frenzy and social reunion associated with holidays CALEB ONWE reports   Every year, the yuletide season comes with celebrations, fun, glamour and picnics. But throughout the last Christmas and New Year periods, […]

Inside Abuja

A joint operation for internal security

In a bid to boost internal security, the Nigeria Air Force (NAF) recently conducted a joint combat, search and rescue exercise along Kaduna-Abuja highway As part of efforts to enhancing the capacity, professionalism and combat readiness of its personnel to tackle various internal security challenges and secure the lives and properties of Nigerians, the Nigerian […]

Inside Abuja

Preserving the Gbagyi cultural heritage

Kpebi, one of the communities of indigenous people in Abuja Municipal Area Council ( AMAC ) of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) recently went agog when the people decided to trace their ancestral roots by re-inventing an age long cultural festival. CALEB ONWE reports It was a day that sons and daughters of the Gbagyi […]

Inside Abuja

Aiming to take over construction industry

The National Centre for Women Development (NCWD) in line with its statutory mandate to uplift women and enhance their livelihoods, trained 200 women on various skills and vocations relevant to the construction industry. DEBORAH OCHENI reports   In recognition of the need to promote women’s economic empowerment, the National Centre for Women Development (NCWD) has […]

Inside Abuja

Waiting for the AfCFTA to begin

Some women entrepreneurs are planning to take advantage of the liberalized continental free trade as well as face possible challenges that may emerge. CALEB ONWE reports   As the African Continental Free Trade Area( AfCFTA) kicks off on January 1, 2021, different groups have been strategizing to take advantage of the programme. Some stakeholders of […]

Inside Abuja

VIO to issue special identification numbers to commercial drivers in FCT

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Directorate of Road Traffic Services (DRTS) says it will begin the issuance of special identification numbers to commercial drivers operating in the territory.   The FCT VIO Director, Mr Wadata Bodinga, disclosed this during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Abuja. Bodinga said that […]

Business Inside Abuja

Why states must implement financial reforms

One of the impacts of COVID-19 outbreak is the squeeze in sources of revenue available to the two tiers of government–federal and states. Why Federal Government has adopted series of financial reforms, making it resilient to financial headwinds, states need to embrace financial reforms to another phase of insolvency, ABDULWAHAB ISA reports   To give […]

Inside Abuja

A Christmas with a difference

Christmas Day is usually celebrated with a lot of fun, pomp and pageantry. However, there are indications that this year’s edition might be different for several reasons. DEBORAH OCHENI reports.   In Nigeria, Christmas Day, December 25, is a special day, especially for children. It is a day they look forward to, not only because […]

Inside Abuja

Religious groups move against sexual violence

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and other stakeholders have expressed their desires to collaborate in finding lasting solutions to gender-based violence. REGINA OTOKPA reports   Religious leaders are a strong force when it comes to shaping public opinion and mobilising for or against a common cause. Across the world, religion is a key rallying […]

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