N29bn Debt: FCTA Commences Prosecutions Of Ground Rents Defaulters

By Ismaila Jimoh, Abuja Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has commenced prosecution of property owners in the territory who have refused to pay the mandatory ground rents. The Administration who had filed the cases in court having annouced last month of

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Ajaokuta Steel: Spending Much On A Moribund Plant

Resolve by the Federal Government to make remediation payment to an Indian company on Ajaokuta Steel Plant project has raised some dust within the country with many thinking such a payment was ill-timed. The government last week  agreed to pay

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Over 640 Motorcycles Impounded in Abuja, In Two Months

By Ismaila Jimoh, Abuja No fewer than 640 motorcycles found to be using for commercial activities within the restricted areas of Abuja city have been impounded in the last two months. This disclosure was made by the Head, Department of

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Nighttime Museums Make People’s Cultural Life More Splendid

Have you ever visited a museum at night? Have you ever visited a museum at night? China’s Zhejiang Museum of Natural History has brought this brand-new experience to its visitors during the summer vacation this year, operating 24 hours on

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PenCom Explains DG’s Absence Before House of Representatives

By Mariam Sanni The National Pension Commission (PenCom) has explained why its Director-General, Mrs Aisha Dahir-Umar, did not appear before the House of Representatives committee on Finance on Thursday. A statement signed by the commission’s head of Corporate Communications Department,

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