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[VERIFIED] FCTA salary scale in Nigeria

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The Federal Capital Territory Authority is the highest decision-making organization for Nigeria’s Capital. Located at Area 11 Garki, Abuja. The FCTA is responsible for the day-to-day running of the capital city.

From waste management to water supply, the agency has a very big responsibility on its shoulders especially in a city like Abuja which has been ranked as one of the fastest-growing cities in the world.

The Federal Capital Development Authority is headed by a Federal minister who serves as the mayor of the city. The FCTA serves many functions in the nation’s capital which include but are not limited to:

Home and Appliances

Security and safety measures for the capital

Making decisions about infrastructure in the capital city

Approval of building plans

Provision of facilities and services to residents

FCTA salary structure

The Federal Capital Territory Administration uses the Consolidated Public Service Salary Structure (CONPSS). [Check out Federal Capital Development Authority salary here]. [Check out Federal Capital Development Authority salary here]. The salary for various grades and levels of the agency are summarized below.

  • Grade Level 7 (Step 1-15) – N45,000 to N56,000
  • Grade level 8 (Step 1-15) –   N63,000 to N97,000
  • Grade level 9 (Step 1-15) –   N77,000 to N114,000
  • Grade level 10 (Step 1-15) –   N83,000 to N123,000
  • Grade level 12 (Step 1-11) –   N88,000 to N127,000
  • Grade level 13 (Step 1-11) –   N114,000 to N138,000
  • Grade level 14 (Step 1-9) –   N125,000 to N175,000
  • Grade level 15 (Step 1-9) –   N163,000 to N217,000
  • Grade level 16 (Step 1-9) –   N228,000 to N275,000
  • Grade level 17 (Step 1-9) –   N392,000 to N597,000

FCTA departments

The FCTA has several departments which help in the implementation of its policies and programs. Each of the departments operates independently of one another but works to complement each other. The conglomeration of all the departments is what is referred to as the Federal Capital Territory Administration. The various departments are:

  • ABAJI ABUJA BROADCASTING CORPORATION
  • ABUJA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BOARD (AEPB) (See AEPB salary here)  (See AEPB salary here) 
  • ABUJA GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (AGIS)
  • ABUJA INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT CENTRE (AIIC)
  • ABUJA METROPOLITAN MANAGEMENT COUNCIL (AMMC)
  • AGENCIES AGRIC & RURAL DEVELOPMENT
  • AMAC AREA COUNCIL
  • AREA COUNCILS SERVICES SECRETARIAT ACSS
  • BWARI CHIEFTAINCY AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
  • DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTORATE, PLANNING AND MONITORING (IPM), ACSS.
  • DEPARTMENTS ECONOMIC PLANNING, RESEARCH & STATISTICS (DEPRS)
  • EDUCATION
  • FCT AUDIT
  • FCT CHRISTIAN PILGRIMS WELFARE BOARD
  • FCT MONITORING AND INSPECTION
  • FCT MUSLIM PILGRIMS BOARD
  • FCT PENSION
  • FCT PROCUREMENT
  • FCT RURAL WATER SUPPLY & SANITATION AGENCY (RUWASSA)
  • FCT TRADITIONAL RULERS
  • FCT TREASURY
  • FCT WATER BOARD
  • FCTA HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
  • FEMA GWAGWALADA
  • HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES KUJE
  • KWALI LAND ADMINISTRATION
  • LEGAL SERVICES OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL OF AREA COUNCIL
  • OFFICE OF THE MINISTER
  • OFFICE OF THE MINISTER OF STATE
  • OFFICE OF THE PERMANENT SECRETARY
  • PARKS & RECREATION REFORM COORDINATION AND SERVICE IMPROVEMENT
  • SATELLITE TOWNS DEVELOPMENT SECRETARIATS
  • SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • SPORTS
  • TRANSPORT

FCTA salary for Corpers

The FCTA receives an average of 100 Corps members per year. Although each Corp member is entitled to a monthly allowance from the Federal Government through the National Youth Service Scheme, agencies who receive corps members are also encouraged to give monthly stipends to corps members.

The Federal Capital Territory Administration pays an average of 15,000 Naira to its corps members according to the data collated from more than 10 past corps members of FCTA.

FCTA organogram

1. Muhammad Musa Bello

Honorable Minister FCT

2. Dr. Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu

Honorable Minister of State FCT

3. Sir. Adesola Olusade

Permanent Secretary FCT

4. Muhammad Bashir mni

Director HRM

5. Olanipekun Omolola Oluwatoyin

Director, Admin and Finance Area Councils Services Secretariat (ACSS)

6. Udoh S. Atang, Fcai

Director , Office of the Permanent Secretary

7. Hajiya Neemat D. Abdulrahim

Director Education Resource Centre

8. Dr Hassan Abubakar

Director AEPB

9. Dame Princess Joy N. Okoro

Director FCT Water Board

10. Tpl. Isiagu Innocent

Director Town Planning & Survey – STDD

11. Arc. Geoffrey Ndubuisi Osuji

Director, Department of Inspectorate, Planning and Monitoring (IPM), ACSS.

12. Architect Aisha Bello

Director, Department Of Monitoring And Inspection

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