Nigeria Awards Contract to Rebuild UN Building
The federal government has awarded a contract to rebuild United Nations House in Abuja, which was bombed by terrorists a year ago.
This Day, 22 November 2012
More than a year after the Boko Haram sect attacked the United Nations building in Abuja, the Federal Government, in fulfilment of its pledge, has awarded the contract for the ... read more »
The front office and first floor of the UN Building after the blast.
Vanguard, 21 November 2012
The Federal Executive Council, FEC, chaired by the Vice President Namadi Sambo, yesterday, approved contracts worth N199.19 billion in various sectors of the economy. read more »
Daily Trust, 28 August 2012
The Federal Government has approved a total of N3.2 billion to assist in the rebuilding of the bombed United Nations (UN) house in Abuja, consisting of N2.6 billion for the ... read more »
This Day, 28 August 2012
The Federal Government has earmarked N2.6 billion for the rebuilding of the UN House in Abuja, which was last year bombed by terrorists. read more »
Vanguard, 28 August 2012
One year after the bombing of United Nations office in the country, the Federal Government has committed N2.6 billion for the rebuilding of the UN House and also promised to refund ... read more »
The United Nations marked the first anniversary of the bomb attack on its building in Abuja that killed 23 people and injured many on August 26, 2011. Read more »