The Shame inside the Ministry of Abuja FCT

The fight to end corruption and mismanagement of funds in Nigeria appears to remain a lip service to calm the nerves of the international community who have proven to have the powers that Nigerian official bow to. This is as Wikileaks have exposed through its website how our leaders jostle to reach the Ambassadors of the United State of America to gossip over their activities in and around the Aso Rock.

247ureports.com through its examinations of the various Federal Ministries of the federation has come to the educated conclusion that the symptoms of Nigeria’s administrative maladies lie within the manner the Ministry prioritizes and implements its budget.

Bala Mohammed, Abuja FCT Minister

In this PhotoNews – we present the Hospital and Health Centers; the Primary and Secondary School Infrastructure –  under the care of the Ministry of Abuja Federal Capital Territory [FCT] – particularly the Primary Health Care Center located in Jikwoyi, the Government Primary and Secondary Schools in Jikwoyi and Nyanya in Abuja FCT – .

According to official records, the 2011 Federal Budget gave N44.632billion [N44,632,306,455] to the Federal Ministry of Abuja Federal Capital Territoty [FCT] – Abuja FCT  measures 2,500 square Kilometers in land space translating to N18million per square Kilometer, and Abuja has an official population of 6.7million. 

Out of the N44.632billion budgeted for the entire Ministry, N895.8million [N895,818,621] was earmarked for Hospitals and Healtcare centers in the FCT.

A warping N2.542billion [N2,542,876,876] was earmarked for the National Assembly office complex – another N324.1million [N324,084,963] was earmarked for the Residence of the Senate President and other principal officers of the Senate. For the Millenium Tower and Cultural Center the sum of N2.484billion [N2,484,651,384] was earmarked.

Click here to view the 2011 Budget for the Ministry of Abuja FCT.

View the picture gallery. It shows the dilapidated nature of the Primary Health Care Clinic in Jikwoyi, Abuja FCT. It shows the state of the building, the toilets, the waiting rooms as wanting and indicative of financial foulplay on the part of the Ministry. 

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The gallery below tells a more horrid story of the financial cruetly on the part of the Ministry. It shows the delivery room of the Health Care Clinic.

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Below is what the education infrastructure looks like in Jikwoyi, Abuja FCT.

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Below is what the education infrastructure looks like in Nyanya, Abuja FCT.

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  1. whitney September 28, 2011 at 10:17 am -

    While I do not wish to be seen as making excuses for the FCT administration, I wish to draw attention to some factual errors in the report. Abuja has a land mass of 8,000 square metres and not 2,500 as indicated in the report. Estimated population for abuja @ planning stage was 1 million people and infrastructure was built for that number. Population rise is one challenge abuja’s managers are trying to cope with but I must add that it is no excuse for what I have seen in d pictures.