Proposed Locations in FCT for HTS Activities between November 22nd to December 3, 2017

S/N Organization Number of locations/sites Name of location/site Type of location/site Duration/


1a NINERELA+ 10 locations


1. Emmanuel Anglican Church, Dutse

2. ECWA Church, Dutse

3. United Evangelical Church, Dutse

4. Victory Baptist Church, Dutse

4. All Souls for Christ Church,

Church 1st & 3rd Dec, 2017 ( 1 day)
 1b  NINERELA+ 2 Juma’at Mosques in Kubwa
3 Juma’at Mosques in Dutse
2 CiSHAN 5 locations Bwari- Site
Area councils/ Towns/ Villages 1st -8th Dec, 2017
(7 days)
3 SFH 4 locations Gwagwalada:   Anagada,Angwan Dodo                                        

Mpape:    Berger Quarry Road, Mashafa, Mpape Market Junction, Katampe Junction.

Kuduru, Zuma, Bwari Market, Barangoni.

University Of Abuja Mini Campus, FCE

Zuba, Fruit Market, Zuba.

Area councils/ Towns/ Villages
4 NASCP 6 locations AMAC,


Area councils/ Towns/ Villages
5a IHVN Utako market Markets
5b IHVN 3 locations in FCT Apo
Area councils/ Towns/ Villages
6 Federal Ministry of Power, works & Housing (Power Sector) 2 locations Fed. Secretariat phase 1
Power House TCN building.
Offices 2nd – 3rd  Dec, 2017
(2 days)
7 ICARH 1 location Garki Market Markets
8 SOWCHAN 3 locations Tasha Village
Gbiduwyi Village
Angwa Chetta Village. (secondary school)
Area councils/ Towns/ Villages 28th – 29th Nov, 2017 (2 days)
9 FME 1 location FME Hqtrs Offices 20th  – 22nd Nov, 2017 (3 days)
10 Federal Road Safety Corps, Federal Character Commission, Federal Civil Service Commission and the Custom services 1 location FRSC HQ Zone 3 Wuse Offices 28th Nov, 2017    (1 day)
9 MODHIP/WRP 1 location Abuja- DHQ MC Offices 1st-2nd Dec, 2017 (2 days)
10 NYNETHA 2 locations Kuchiyako,


Area councils/ Towns/ Villages 1st Dec, 2017 (1 day)
11 FASCP 3 locations Lugbe (Chief Palace),

Old Dei-Dei (Chief Palace)

Zuba (Chief Palace)

Area councils/ Towns/ Villages 4-5 Dec, 2017 (2 days)

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