The Minister gave this assurance during a tour of the District on Monday, 30th of August 2021.
This call was made by the FCT Minister of State, Dr Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu who briefed the press following the monthly FCT Security Committee meeting chaired by the FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello on Thursday, 26th of August, 2021.
While receiving members of the University’s Board of Trustees led by its Chairman, former Vice President, Arc. Namadi Sambo, on a courtesy visit, FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello thanked the management of the University for the offer which he said will provide an additional window for staff to upgrade their knowledge and qualifications.
The Minister who gave the commendation when he received the UN Resident/Humanitarian Coordinator to Nigeria, Ambassador Edward Kallon and his team on a courtesy visit to the FCTA, attributed the successes achieved in the FCT in the fight against the virus, to partnerships and cooperation from the UN and other development partners.
The minister who made this assertion at the presentation of staff of office to the Etsu of Wako chiefdom in Kwali area council of the territory, also noted that traditional rulers in both pre-colonial and post-colonial era have contributed immensely to the formation, extension, greatness and promotion of good relationship among different kingdoms and empires across Nigeria.
Speaking during the flag-off ceremony, FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello said that the Kagini train station is one of twelve light rail stations provided under the Abuja Rail Mass Transport system and is designed to service the Kagini, Saburi, Jahi and Kaba Districts of the Federal Capital City.
The Minister who gave the commendation at the 2021 annual FCT Nurses Week/Scientific workshop held on Thursday, August 12, 2021, said the sacrifice of the nurses, for which some of them paid the ultimate price, ensured that the pandemic did not overwhelm the Territory.
The minister made this call in Kwali at a book presentation to mark the second year anniversary of the chairman of Kwali area council in the Federal Capital Territory.
The minister who made this revelation at the commemoration of 2021 World Breastfeeding Week held in Garki, also described as worrisome that almost half of FCT babies are denied the benefits of exclusive breastfeeding.
FCT Minister of State, Dr. Ramatu Tijjani
Aliyu, made this known on the occasion of the 2021 tree planting campaign and flag off of the distribution of tree seedlings to area councils, communities and schools in the FCT held in Kuje Junior Secondary School, Abuja.