AMMC: THE DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL

  DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL The Department of Development Control is a multi-disciplinary establishment created in March 2002 out of the then Land, Planning and Survey, Department of FCDA. The Department was given the primary responsibility of guiding, directing and controlling physical development within the Federal Capital Territory, a duty that was previously performed by […]

Highlight Of The Growth And Empowerment In States (GEMS) Closing Event Held In ABUJA

By Ummuhani Usman The Growth And Empowerment In States (GEMS) programme, which is an initiative of the Department For International Development (DFID), British High Commision, held its closing event on Thursday and Friday, the 7th and 8th of December 2017. The one and half day event which held at the Thought Pyramids Art Centre Wuse […]

FCTA assures Abuja residents of safety

  FCTA assures Abuja residents of safety The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Security Committee has called on residents to take the issue of security seriously in their neighbourhoods, work and worship places. The committee also cautioned against the use of fireworks saying that the ban on the use of fireworks in the territory is still […]

THE NATIONAL HOSPITAL ABUJA

On May 22nd 1999, Nigeria’s last military head of state commissioned an ultra modern medical edifice named the National Hospital for Women and Children (NHWC),strategically located between the exit and in-route expressways of the central Business district of Abuja.Built through a trust fund of the family support programme (FSP), a project of the erstwhile First […]

THE FEDERAL CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY: Builders of Abuja.

THE FEDERAL CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY… Builders of Abuja.   On February 5, 1976, the Federal Government established the Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA) as the sole agency vested with the responsibility of planning, designing and developing the city. This brief even extended to constructing and maintaining infrastructure such as “roads, railways, sidings, tramways, bridges, reservoirs, […]