After selling own home to raise their triplets, Abuja parents seek help from the public
They were expecting their fourth child in 2015, but as fate would have it, they got triplets.
National Mourn Day: TuBaba, CSO demand end to killings
Members of Global Right and Civil Society groups on Monday in Abuja marked the ‘national day of mourning’ for all victims killed across in Nigeria.
How Abuja community pay N20,000 for 3-day electricity supply
Youths from Karmo on Monday stormed the office of Abuja Electricity Distribution company (AECD) in protest over undue billing.
Buhari's 30 million vote hunters commence work
I stand with Buhari Movement on Monday inaugurated 774 vote scouts in Abuja.
Alleged N1.1 bn fraud: Court adjourns trial of Bala Mohammed’s son to June 12
The Federal High Court, Abuja, on Tuesday fixed June 12, 2018, to continue the trial of Shamsudeen Mohammed, son of former Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Bala Mohammed.
We were barred from seeing Dino Melaye, Senator Na'Allah tells Senate
Following the denial of Senate delegation to see Senator Dino Melaye at the National Hospital, Abuja, Senate Deputy leader, Senator Bala Ibn’Nallah has revealed that there was a standing order by the Inspector General of Police that only Senator Abu Ibrahim and Baba Kaka Garbai be allowed to see Dino on his sick bed.
Police, Shiite protesters clash in Abuja
The police have forcefully dispersed Shiites demanding the release of their leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, at the Unity Fountain, Abuja.
Abuja largest community market rises from ruins of demolition
Abuja largest community market recently demolished by the Abuja metropolitan Council has risen from its ruins.