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On-going rescue operations at the scence of building Collapse at Jabi in Abuja on Friday (17-8-18). 04470-17-8-18-Johnson Udeani-NAN

Abuja building collapse: NEMA calls off operation, confirms 1 dead, 6 injured

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has officially called off the Search and Rescue Operations at the site of the collapsed building in Jabi, Abuja, as it confirmed one person dead and six injured.

Health workers seek payment of salary

The Joint Health Sector Unions are seeking the payment of salaries of health workers who did not work for 43 days during the strike which was recently called off.

FCTA denies outbreak of monkey pox in Abuja

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), yesterday, denied rumour of suspected outbreak of the dreaded monkey pox disease in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

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