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No new case of disease since February 19

Stella Ojeme, Director of Information and Communication FCTA recently confirmed to journalists that Abuja has been declared bird flu free.

France detects first bird flu outbreak in years

Stella Ojeme, Director of Information and Communication FCTA recently confirmed to journalists that Abuja has been declared bird flu free.

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Ojeme added that all farmers with recorded cases of bird flu have been certified free and that residents can now consume birds without fear.

According to her no new case of bird flu have been recorded since February 19.

Moreso, to fight further the Lassa fever virus and improve the environment, The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has decided to fumigate Abuja as a whole.

Muhammad Bello, FCT Minister, during an interactive session with the FCT Press Corps in Abuja, stated that the decision was made to reduce the incidences of avoidable diseases.

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