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FG begins expansion of FCT transmission grid by 624 Mega Watts

Godsgift Onyedinefu The Federal Government of Nigeria has commenced the Abuja Feeding Scheme project which comprises the construction of transmission lines and five substations in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, TCN, Usman Gur Mohammed stated that the transmission scheme upon completion will

Elections: Nigerian Army flags off Python Dance III in FCT

Godsgift Onyedinefu The Guards Brigade of the Nigerian Army has officially launched Operation Python Dance (Egwu Eke) III in the Federal Capital Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, on Wednesday ahead of the General Elections starting February 16. Speaking at the Flagg-off ceremony which held at the Guards Brigade Step-up Headquarters Kuje, Abuja,

Telecom services may shut down in FCT, 9 other states

The telecommunications companies in Nigeria, yesterday warned that over nine states of the federation may experience telecom blackout. This is as a result of the forceful closure of some telecom sites by Kogi State government. The telcos, who spoke through the Association of Licensed Telecom operators in Nigeria, ALTON, accused the Kogi

IGP beefs up security across 36 states, FCT as campaign begins

Following the commencement of campaign by Political Parties, the Inspector General of Police, IGP Ibrahim Idris, has directed the implementation of a robust and elaborate security arrangement and measures to ensure adequate security and safety for the electioneering campaigns and rallies throughout the Country. The Force Public Relations Officer, Jimmoh Moshood

Judge Orders Dasuki’s Trial in Absentia

Justice Ahmed Rahmat Mohammed has ordered the former National Security Adviser, Col Sambo Dasuki be prosecuted in absentia by the Federal Government following his resolve not to appear in court for further proceedings. The judge invoked section 352 (4)  of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) to issue the order

DHQ lampoons Amnesty Inter’l over ‘negative narrative’ on military, Shiites clash

•Said six shiites killed, seven wounded  •Six soldiers injured •45 Killed, 122 Injured in Abuja- AI Senator Iroegbu  The Defence Headquarters dismissed Amnesty International (AI) reports alleging that the Nigerian military and the police engaged in horrific use of excessive force that led to the killing of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria

ACCI tasks FG on policy framework for SMEs

The president of the Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Adetokumbo Kayode has called on the Federal Government to fufil it's duty and develop clear and distinct policies for the development and growth of Small and Medium Enterprise SMEs in Nigeria. Kayode noted that a clear policy will address the issues