The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi told newsmen at the end of the National Council on Transportation Monday in Sokoto.
"So, we decided that we do it in Abuja because if you check, nearly all the roads in Abuja, there are lanes for bicycle.
Mary Ikoku, a development consultant, was stopped by FRSC officials in Abuja for driving with Google Map and her car was impounded. The media practitioner said she was placed under arrest by officials of the Federal Road Safety Corps.
She was seen living her best life as she cruised around in the Ferrari blasting loud music. She was seen driving around the street of Abuja recently as posted as on the insta story. See photos and Watch her video driving around the street of Abuja below.
This further buttresses the point made by people that serving in Abuja is very intimidating as one would have to contend colleagues who are from very wealthy families or have spent most of their lives studying and living abroad.
Aisha Buhari Shades Nnamdi Kanu; Says President Buhari's Absence Emboldened Him To Create A State Out Of Abia State.
a "40-year-old man" living in his father's house to create a state within his state.
According to Reuters, Osinbajo arrived in the night at the Abuja House, where Buhari has been living since he arrived 8 May, from Nigeria for medical vacation. Osinbajo leaves Abuja House in London for the homeward journey.
Some say it happened in Abuja, in the early hours of Saturday, May 16. Others say it happened in Yola, Adamawa State. In the video shared, the robbers are seen holding cutlasses as they scaled the fence one after the other.
"Based on this alarming information, the State Security Council decided there was an urgent need to adopt stringent measures to protect those living and doing business in the state from the virus.
She also showed off some cars in his multi million Naira garage in Abuja. Sharing one of the photos, the new mum wrote; "Being happy is a very personal thing and it really has nothing to do with anyone else 🥰" Watch video below...
"Everyone has the right to a world where their rights and freedoms are respected - the right to live and earn a living, freely, safely and protected by the law." This is coming after the company's mast in Abuja was destroyed and burnt by an angry mob.
Oyedepo, while speaking to members of Dunamis International gospel centre in Abuja on Thursday said that tithing opens the windows of heaven and ensures divine blessings for Christians adding that those who don't pay are permanently beggars.
"How can someone who was not sick and has no record of sickness be found dead sitting on a sofa with his legs on a table and a bottle of water beside him in his living room in Abuja. "There is more to this,"Yinka, who was surrounded by many friends added.
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