Category Archives: Social safety net

Assembly Passes Bill on Free, Compulsory Education For Children – NTA

The Sokoto State House of Assembly on Wednesday passed a bill for the right to free and compulsory basic education to all children in the state. News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that this followed a motion moved by the … Continue reading

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Everything You Need to Know About the Presidential Fertiliser Initiative (PFI)

Basically, the objective of the Presidential Initiative is to ‘disrupt’ this importation of blended Fertiliser status-quo, by directly negotiating discounted contracts to procure the 4 constituent raw materials for NPK Fertiliser — locally-sourced Urea, locally-sourced Limestone granules (LSG), Diammonium Phosphate (DAP) imported from Morocco, and Muriate of Potash (MOP) sourced from Europe — and blending these locally to produce NPK Fertiliser at reduced cost. Continue reading

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Check your N-Power Application status here

  Finally, the process that has been on for several months is wadding down to its last stage. The n-power program is a social safety net for Nigerian unemployed youth and the program just released it first 200,000 selected applicants. … Continue reading

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200,000 selected:Check your n-power application status here

Finally, the process that started several months ago is wadding down to its last days. N-power is social safety net programme initiated by the Federal Government of Nigeria with main objectives of skills acquisition and employment provision for Nigerian unemployed … Continue reading

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N-Power is an inclusive program but is poorly implemented.

The Nigerian youth were filled with excitement and hope when n-power program was announced by the federal government. Data show that Nigerian unemployed graduate is about 50%, thus n-power to this numbers was like a savior to their unemployed status. … Continue reading

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