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Conditional Cash Transfer To Vulnerable Nigerians To Begin Soon-lai Muhammed by ShehuAba(m): 9:11pm On Mar 31, 2016
Lai Mohammed, minister of information and culture, says the passage of the 2016 appropriation bill into law will allow the federal government embark on a series of projects, including the “conditional cash transfer to the most vulnerable Nigerians”.
He also denied that the executive and the legislature are in disagreement over the bill, which he said would not be sent back to the national assembly.
“There is absolutely no rift, no issue of budget being sent back. Things are just taking their due course,” he said in Abuja on Thursday.
According to a statement issued by Segun Adeyemi, special adviser to the minister, Mohammed also said that the president had not refused to sign the budget passed by the national assembly last week.
“It takes a few days (after the passage) for the national assembly to clean up the document in readiness for the president’s assent,” he said.
Speaking further on the budget, Mohammed said when it is eventually passed into law, it would lift millions of Nigerians out of poverty, thanks to the six focal areas of social intervention contained therein.
“The first is the employment of 500,000 unemployed university graduates who we are going to train as teachers. Two, we are also employing 370,000 unemployed non-graduates, people with national diploma and technical certificate. The third tranche is the social intervention targeted at one million people made up of market women, traders and artisans to be trained and given loans through their cooperatives,” he explained.
“The fourth one is the home-grown one-meal-a-day programme. Here we are targeting several millions of pupils in primary schools all over Nigeria. The exponential effect of this one meal a day is huge. Even if we are targeting five million pupils and we are giving each of them one egg a day, you are talking about five million eggs that will be provided by our poultry farmers. This will also help to increase the demand for maize and then you are going to employ people all around.”
The minister disclosed that the federal government would also commence the conditional cash transfer to the most vulnerable Nigerians, in collaboration with some development partners, to bring succour to such people.
He said that a special bursary scheme would also come on stream to grant scholarships to students of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in a deliberate effort to support the students financially while also bolstering the nation’s drive for industrialisation.
Mohammed also said that the sum of N350bn would soon be injected into the economy to enable contractors to resume work on abandoned infrastructural projects, with timeline and target on project delivery and job creation.
He thanked Nigerians for their patience and the understanding of the challenges facing the government, saying rather than give excuses, the government was working round the clock to alleviate the pains of Nigerians.

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Re: Conditional Cash Transfer To Vulnerable Nigerians To Begin Soon-lai Muhammed by mayorkyzo: 9:13pm On Mar 31, 2016
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Re: Conditional Cash Transfer To Vulnerable Nigerians To Begin Soon-lai Muhammed by praise007: 9:24pm On Mar 31, 2016
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Re: Conditional Cash Transfer To Vulnerable Nigerians To Begin Soon-lai Muhammed by Paperwhite(m): 9:26pm On Mar 31, 2016
APC should give up on falsehood as no right- thinking Nigerian keeps faith with it anymore.Lai have now ran out of lies that his special adviser(which he does not need) now issues press release on his behalf? grin
Re: Conditional Cash Transfer To Vulnerable Nigerians To Begin Soon-lai Muhammed by Nobody: 9:28pm On Mar 31, 2016
I almost fell for this news until I saw the name LIAR Mohammed.undecided
Re: Conditional Cash Transfer To Vulnerable Nigerians To Begin Soon-lai Muhammed by Nobody: 9:41pm On Mar 31, 2016
This man has been lying since 18 BC.. so no be new thing ...
***sips orijin***
Re: Conditional Cash Transfer To Vulnerable Nigerians To Begin Soon-lai Muhammed by Aromas: 9:50pm On Mar 31, 2016
His name works for him Lia grin

And another one from Plateau State call Lar Jnr grin dis sabi lie so tay rain go fall grin
Re: Conditional Cash Transfer To Vulnerable Nigerians To Begin Soon-lai Muhammed by greatiyk4u(m): 9:51pm On Mar 31, 2016
Just open your mind to welcome this CHANGE that our President has been tirelessly and assiduously "cooking in the kitchen" for some months now.........
Re: Conditional Cash Transfer To Vulnerable Nigerians To Begin Soon-lai Muhammed by DaBullIT(m): 10:25pm On Mar 31, 2016
Yeebo and wailing 5&6
Re: Conditional Cash Transfer To Vulnerable Nigerians To Begin Soon-lai Muhammed by babdap: 11:39pm On Mar 31, 2016
Children of hate go soon flood this thread because of Lia Mohamed

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