Tourism Development: FCTA Recieves Business Case Certificate As ICRC Okays $21 M Jabi Lake Project

The FCT Minister of State Doctor Ramatu Tijjani said the administration is prepared to transform Jabi Lake into a tourism destination as part of its short term strategic development plan. John Terna reports that the minister said this while receiving an outlined business case certificate of compliance on implementation of Jabi Lake tourism project issued by Infrastructural Concession Regulatory Commission.

Food Security: Al-Andalus Rice Mill Commissioned At Kuje Abuja, To Create Several Jobs

As a way of improving food security in Nigeria and creating jobs for the teeming youths, Al-Andalus Rice Mills, has set up a rice mill company in Kuje, Abuja. Senior pastor of Restoration Life Assembly Rev Udochi Majesty Odikanwa who inaugurated   the new mill at the weekend says it will add to the country’s GDP.

National Development Plan: FG, States Close Ranks To Development Challenges

The Federal Government is seeking the collaboration of State Governments to address challenges affecting development planning in Nigeria. Minister Of State For Budget And National Planning, Clem Agba said this while declaring open the 19 Joint Planning Board And National Council on development planning meeting visually  in Abuja. the minister explained that out comes from this meeting will contribute to formulation of the medium term national development plan 2021 to 2050 and Nigeria Agenda 2050. The theme for the meeting is national development planning in Nigeria, issues and challenges.

Weeks After NBC Inspection: Independent Radio 89.7 FM Abuja Gets Approval, Commences Test Transmission

The Former Governor of Edo state, His Excellency Chief Lucky Nosakhare Igbinedion today officially launched the test transmission of Independent Radio 89.7 FM Abuja. John Terna reports that the test transmission launch is coming a week after the inspection and approval of the radio facility by the National Broadcasting Commission.

Buhari: Despite Border Closure, Illegal Arms Still Entered Nigeria

President Buhari Said This On Today While Receiving The Outgoing Special Representative Of The United Nations Secretary-General And Head Of The United Nations Office For West Africa And The Sahel, Mohammed Ibn Chambas. The President Said An Unstable Libya Will Remain A Problem For The Sahel Region Of Africa With The Existence Of Armed Guards Recruited By The Late Leader. President Buhari Warned That Illegal Arms And Ammunition Will Continue To Flow In The Sahel Region Of The African Continent As Far As Libya Remained Unstable. He Said Muammar Gadaffi…