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AMAC proposes N10, 087bn budget for 2021

… N5.71bn for capital expenditure …Recurrent expenditure N4.37bn By Chris Ochayi The Chairman of Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC, Hon. Abdullahi Candido, has presented a budget proposal of N10, 087,228, 268.00 billion for the 2021 fiscal year. Hon. Candido, while presenting the budget at the council’s legislative chambers in Abuja, said the year’s budget represented
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AMAC @36 joins members of World e-governance

…Says world’s economy thriving on digital platform …Area Council’s devt remains our focus, says Chairman By Chris Ochayi The management of Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC, Thursday, announced that the Council’s application for member of World e-governance and Smart Cuties, WeGo, has been approved. The Chairman of AMAC, Hon. Abdullahi Candido, who disclosed this success
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AMAC Chairman issues vice pass mark

By Chris Ochayi The Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC, Chairman, Hon. Abdullahi Adamu Candido, has commended the Council’s Vice Chairman, Hon. Lawrence Onuchukwu for his loyalty, honesty and dedication to duties. Hon. Candido said Onuchukwu has been so loyal and resourceful to his administration, describing him as the best Vice Chairman in the Area Council
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AMAC vows to fast track agricultural development

By Chris Ochayi The Abuja Municipal Area Council AMAC has reiterated it’s commitment towards the development of agriculture in the Area Council. Supervisory Councillor for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Hon Sarki Yunusa, gave this assurance at a media parley organised by AMAC Media team tagged “Speak Up” over the weekend. Yunusa stressed the commitment of
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Novel mentorship programme helps stall brain drain for 12 Nigerian doctors

Cost of healthcare may become unaffordable due to multiple taxations in Abuja ― Babalola

By Joseph Erunke – Abuja President, Guild of Medical Directors, GMD, Professor Olufemi Babalola, has expressed fear that the cost of healthcare in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, may become out of reach of average people given what he termed as “multiple taxation and levies” being arbitrarily imposed on private hospitals the Federal Capital Administration.
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