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FG Spends N279 Bn On N-Power

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FG Spends N279 Bn On N-Power . by iam_alibs(m): 1:25pm on July 13
The Federal Government on Friday said it has so far spent N279 billion on Nigerian youths under the N-Power programme since December 2016.


The N-Power programme is one of the National Social Investment Programmes (NSIP) introduced by the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration towards creating jobs and ameliorating poverty in the land.


Speaking with journalists in Abuja, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the President on Job Creation and Youth Employment, Office of the Vice President, Afolabi Imoukhuede, said that the money was spent on the N30,000 monthly stipend paid to the 500,000 youths including the disabled engaged under the N-Power programme.


He said that the youths were not owed a kobo under the N-Power programme, adding that the first batch of 200,000 youths have earned a total of N180 billion for 30 months from December 2016 to June 2019 with a monthly bill of N6 billion.

He further disclosed that addition N9 billion monthly bill was paid from August 2018 to June 2019 totalling N99 billion for the second batch of 300,000 youths engaged under the N-Power programme.


On enthused that the programme has become a success story. According to him, “It is every simple in talking about amount that has been invested. I am saying that in Batch 1, they started earning from December 2016, so roughly we invest N72 billion annually just for Batch 1 alone. That is aside from the gadgets that they get and aside from from all the sponsored trainings that they get.


“For instance, all the trainings on agric for N-Agro, training for health for those who are in health, we sponsor all of that through the federal agencies, ministry of agriculture and ministry of health. “So direct in our people is N30,000 multiply 200,000 = N6 billion every month for the first batch which started in 2016. So they have been there for over two years, that is N72 billion multiply by two years or thereabout.


“But since August last year, the wage bill moved from N6 billion to N15 billion because it’s now 500,000 of them that earn N30,000 monthly. “We have been on N15 billion for almost one year because by end of July it will be one year that we have been making that investment every month.


“So if you put it together that just tells you how much investment we have made and like I have said, we don’t owe anyone because the money is paid directly to them not through a proxy.” he stated He explained that the scheme was designed to solve the employability problems being faced by Nigerians youths after graduation.


According to him, plans are currently ongoing to recruit many of its trainees into the police force in collaboration with state governors to actualize the community policing agenda


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Thanks for keeping me updated

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It's not concerned me

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I hope they make use of it wisely.

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Re: FG Spends N279 Bn On N-Power . by Iamwumi(f): 3:49pm on July 13

[ @iam_alibs: ] The Federal Government on Friday said it has so far spent N279 billion on Nigerian youths under the N-Power programme since December 2016.


The N-Power programme is one of the National Social Investment Programmes (NSIP) introduced by the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration towards creating jobs and ameliorating poverty in the land.


Speaking with journalists in Abuja, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the President on Job Creation and Youth Employment, Office of the Vice President, Afolabi Imoukhuede, said that the money was spent on the N30,000 monthly stipend paid to the 500,000 youths including the disabled engaged under the N-Power programme.


He said that the youths were not owed a kobo under the N-Power programme, adding that the first batch of 200,000 youths have earned a total of N180 billion for 30 months from December 2016 to June 2019 with a monthly bill of N6 billion.

He further disclosed that addition N9 billion monthly bill was paid from August 2018 to June 2019 totalling N99 billion for the second batch of 300,000 youths engaged under the N-Power programme.


On enthused that the programme has become a success story. According to him, “It is every simple in talking about amount that has been invested. I am saying that in Batch 1, they started earning from December 2016, so roughly we invest N72 billion annually just for Batch 1 alone. That is aside from the gadgets that they get and aside from from all the sponsored trainings that they get.


“For instance, all the trainings on agric for N-Agro, training for health for those who are in health, we sponsor all of that through the federal agencies, ministry of agriculture and ministry of health. “So direct in our people is N30,000 multiply 200,000 = N6 billion every month for the first batch which started in 2016. So they have been there for over two years, that is N72 billion multiply by two years or thereabout.


“But since August last year, the wage bill moved from N6 billion to N15 billion because it’s now 500,000 of them that earn N30,000 monthly. “We have been on N15 billion for almost one year because by end of July it will be one year that we have been making that investment every month.


“So if you put it together that just tells you how much investment we have made and like I have said, we don’t owe anyone because the money is paid directly to them not through a proxy.” he stated He explained that the scheme was designed to solve the employability problems being faced by Nigerians youths after graduation.


According to him, plans are currently ongoing to recruit many of its trainees into the police force in collaboration with state governors to actualize the community policing agenda

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Re: FG Spends N279 Bn On N-Power . by Raliat(f): 6:19pm on July 13

[ @iam_alibs: ] The Federal Government on Friday said it has so far spent N279 billion on Nigerian youths under the N-Power programme since December 2016.


The N-Power programme is one of the National Social Investment Programmes (NSIP) introduced by the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration towards creating jobs and ameliorating poverty in the land.


Speaking with journalists in Abuja, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the President on Job Creation and Youth Employment, Office of the Vice President, Afolabi Imoukhuede, said that the money was spent on the N30,000 monthly stipend paid to the 500,000 youths including the disabled engaged under the N-Power programme.


He said that the youths were not owed a kobo under the N-Power programme, adding that the first batch of 200,000 youths have earned a total of N180 billion for 30 months from December 2016 to June 2019 with a monthly bill of N6 billion.

He further disclosed that addition N9 billion monthly bill was paid from August 2018 to June 2019 totalling N99 billion for the second batch of 300,000 youths engaged under the N-Power programme.


On enthused that the programme has become a success story. According to him, “It is every simple in talking about amount that has been invested. I am saying that in Batch 1, they started earning from December 2016, so roughly we invest N72 billion annually just for Batch 1 alone. That is aside from the gadgets that they get and aside from from all the sponsored trainings that they get.


“For instance, all the trainings on agric for N-Agro, training for health for those who are in health, we sponsor all of that through the federal agencies, ministry of agriculture and ministry of health. “So direct in our people is N30,000 multiply 200,000 = N6 billion every month for the first batch which started in 2016. So they have been there for over two years, that is N72 billion multiply by two years or thereabout.


“But since August last year, the wage bill moved from N6 billion to N15 billion because it’s now 500,000 of them that earn N30,000 monthly. “We have been on N15 billion for almost one year because by end of July it will be one year that we have been making that investment every month.


“So if you put it together that just tells you how much investment we have made and like I have said, we don’t owe anyone because the money is paid directly to them not through a proxy.” he stated He explained that the scheme was designed to solve the employability problems being faced by Nigerians youths after graduation.


According to him, plans are currently ongoing to recruit many of its trainees into the police force in collaboration with state governors to actualize the community policing agenda

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Re: FG Spends N279 Bn On N-Power . by iamtee(m): 7:56pm on July 13
No be small thing oo

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that is a huge lots of money i must say, billions

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Re: FG Spends N279 Bn On N-Power . by Eddyway(f): 2:45pm on July 14
that is a large of money

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Re: FG Spends N279 Bn On N-Power . by Joscom(m): 3:01pm on July 14
I thanks the federal government for implemented the program to help the youth

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Re: FG Spends N279 Bn On N-Power . by jadeliyi(m): 5:59pm on July 14
the money justify that people are getting paid montly at least it helps that is important.

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na so we go dey air big money and we dey hugry for Nigeria

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Re: FG Spends N279 Bn On N-Power . by Sambest(m): 1:02am on July 15
This is amazing

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Re: FG Spends N279 Bn On N-Power . by stylzjeh(m): 2:59pm on July 15
Just see money na.

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It is for the betterment of her citizens and as such they should spend more

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[ @iam_alibs: ] The Federal Government on Friday said it has so far spent N279 billion on Nigerian youths under the N-Power programme since December 2016.


The N-Power programme is one of the National Social Investment Programmes (NSIP) introduced by the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration towards creating jobs and ameliorating poverty in the land.


Speaking with journalists in Abuja, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the President on Job Creation and Youth Employment, Office of the Vice President, Afolabi Imoukhuede, said that the money was spent on the N30,000 monthly stipend paid to the 500,000 youths including the disabled engaged under the N-Power programme.


He said that the youths were not owed a kobo under the N-Power programme, adding that the first batch of 200,000 youths have earned a total of N180 billion for 30 months from December 2016 to June 2019 with a monthly bill of N6 billion.

He further disclosed that addition N9 billion monthly bill was paid from August 2018 to June 2019 totalling N99 billion for the second batch of 300,000 youths engaged under the N-Power programme.


On enthused that the programme has become a success story. According to him, “It is every simple in talking about amount that has been invested. I am saying that in Batch 1, they started earning from December 2016, so roughly we invest N72 billion annually just for Batch 1 alone. That is aside from the gadgets that they get and aside from from all the sponsored trainings that they get.


“For instance, all the trainings on agric for N-Agro, training for health for those who are in health, we sponsor all of that through the federal agencies, ministry of agriculture and ministry of health. “So direct in our people is N30,000 multiply 200,000 = N6 billion every month for the first batch which started in 2016. So they have been there for over two years, that is N72 billion multiply by two years or thereabout.


“But since August last year, the wage bill moved from N6 billion to N15 billion because it’s now 500,000 of them that earn N30,000 monthly. “We have been on N15 billion for almost one year because by end of July it will be one year that we have been making that investment every month.


“So if you put it together that just tells you how much investment we have made and like I have said, we don’t owe anyone because the money is paid directly to them not through a proxy.” he stated He explained that the scheme was designed to solve the employability problems being faced by Nigerians youths after graduation.


According to him, plans are currently ongoing to recruit many of its trainees into the police force in collaboration with state governors to actualize the community policing agenda

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