24 April, 2016

Nigeria will begin payment of ₦5,000 monthly to millions of poor citizens very soon - Osinbajo




Nigeria's Vice President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday said the Federal government will begin payment of the ₦5000 to the poor in Nigeria once the 2016 budget is signed by President Buhari. 

Osinbajo also disclosed that the government is also planning to train a minimum of 100,000 young Nigerians in technology.

Osinbajo disclosed this while speaking at the United Action for Change Town Hall Meeting at Ikeja Airport Hotel Lagos today April 23rd.

See his words which were Tweeted from the townhall meeting by his Senior Special Assistant-Media & Publicity, Laolu Akande below











6 comments:

  1. They said it was not a promise and they would use it for better things. Mumu people with no clear plans.

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  2. My N5,000 will get me a pot of isi-ewu, nkwobi, pepper soup and a bottle of palm wine. Thank you federal government

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  3. N5,000 each month to the poor! You guys must be very crazy and stupid. Who will qualify and where will the money come from when oil revenue has dipped to less than $30 a barrel from $104 per barrel. Stupid people, stupid country.

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    1. It is you and your entire generation that are stupid!
      Must you insult the generality of Nigerians?
      If you can't pray for the government to succeed, keep quiet. It's not compulsory you make comments.
      KJoe

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  4. u get thunder for ur country abi make we send one from here? u must b an empty fool...I pity ur country if this is what she can produce! just wait n see how Nigeria will grow! I believe in Federal Republic of Nigeria n I am proud to be a Nigerian!

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  5. u get thunder for ur country abi make we send one from here? u must b an empty fool...I pity ur country if this is what she can produce! just wait n see how Nigeria will grow! I believe in Federal Republic of Nigeria n I am proud to be a Nigerian!

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