Work have resumed in full swing across offices in the Federal Capital Territory after almost a week public holiday to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr festivals. Most of the workers say they are re-energised for the task ahead. It was initially a two day public holiday but was eventually extended to three days when the Crescent was not cited to mark the end the Ramadan fasting.
Though the holiday came to an end on Thursday, most workers did not resume for duties, making it impossible for most office to operate at full capacity. A move round the federal secretariat shows that civil servants are busy to resume for duties.
While some were seeing at the newspaper stands, obviously discussing topical National Issues. Operatives of the Federal Road Safety Corp are also on ground to check particulars vehicle.