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Construction issues disrupt Abuja rail system

Construction issues disrupt Abuja rail system - Nigeria Real Estate

The 45-kilometre long Abuja Light Rail is ready for operation but minor construction problems at the new terminal of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) which is delaying the takeoff of the rail system, Daily Trust learnt. This is even as prospective investors have started scrambling for available land opportunities to set up residential and commercial properties at some of ...

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FRSC records 456 road accidents deaths in one month

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The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says 456 people died and 3404 others were injured in 826 accidents recorded nationwide in January. The FRSC stated this in its CCC report for January signed by its Corps Marshal, Boboye Oyeyemi. According to the report, the January accident figure represents a 4-per cent decrease compared with the previous month of December 2017, ...

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FCT residents lament over Kuje-Gwagwalada road construction delay

FCT residents lament over Kuje-Gwagwalada road construction delay

Residents of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on Sunday has decried the delay in the completion of the Kuje-Gwagwalada road project awarded since 2010. Some residents of the territory in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kuje and Gwagwalada said that the delay in the completion of the project was not in their interest. NAN recalls ...

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FCT residents raise alarm over unavailability of toilet facilities

FCT residents raise alarm over unavailability of toilet facilities

Traditional households in the outskirts of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja are battling on how they can dispose human solid waste from the environment due to lack of toilet facilities. The affected areas, where indiscriminate dumping of refuse and human solid waste exist include; Mpape, Lugbe, Karishi, Jikwoyi, Gudu Dagba, Karimo, Dutse, Bwari, Gwagalada and others. FCT Chairman of ...

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Quit notice: FCTA issues 3-week ultimatum to police personnel

THE Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Thursday, issued a three-week quit notice ultimatum to some personnel of the Nigeria Police Force, occupying one of its resettlement sites at Galuwyi Shere in Bwari Area Council of FCT, Abuja, to vacate the place with a view to allow contractors complete renovation of the work on schedule

THE Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Thursday, issued a three-week quit notice ultimatum to some personnel of the Nigeria Police Force, occupying one of its resettlement sites at Galuwyi Shere in Bwari Area Council of FCT, Abuja, to vacate the place with a view to allow contractors complete renovation of the work on schedule. The project, which sits on ...

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FCT residents protest poor access to water facilities

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A protest occurred on Wednesday by the residents of some communities in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) over lack of access to the only source of water to the areas. The communities are Tungan-Kwaso, Tungan-Kano and Tungan- Kukudagba. Newsmen who monitored the protest along Airport Road in Abuja, reports that the protesters barricaded the road. Armed policemen and other security ...

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FCT residents complain bitterly over non-functional infrastructure

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Many residents in estates within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have decried lack of functional social amenities. Some stakeholders told journalists of their anger and frustration. They stressed the need for relevant government agencies to intervene and ensure provision of essential infrastructure in the estates. A resident of Cajaah Estate, Nwagbara Ihueze, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that ...

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Demolition of infrastructure needs to be curbed- Barnabas Atiyaye

Demolition of infrastructure needs to be curbed- Barnabas Atiyaye

Rural-urban migration is over stretching infrastructure in Nigeria, especially in the Federal Capital Territory. What should government do to accommodate people without demolition of infrastructure? The most important thing we need to ask is why are people coming down to Abuja? Why are people leaving a particular urban centre to another? There are so many factors; the first factor is ...

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“This is why business firms are moving out of Abuja”

According to Jide Babalola of The Nation, business firms are moving out of Abuja, but if the authorities can reduce the taxes, and boost power supply and security, among other measures, investors will reconsider their stance. Unnecessary friction between government agencies, corruption and multiple taxation by Federal Capital Territory (FCT) agencies are major reasons why Nigerian and international investors and ...

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FCT Administration needs over N80 billion to provide infrastructure, Musa Bello

FCT Administration needs over N80 billion to provide infrastructure, Musa Bello

Premium Times reports that the Minister of Federal Capital Territory, Musa Bello, has said the FCT Administration needs over N80 billion to provide infrastructure in the new districts. The minister, while fielding questions from journalists on Thursday also explained why his administration stopped further allocation of land in the Nigerian capital He said FCT is grappling with a situation where ...

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