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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Nigeria's FG School Feeding Plan..

Take off commences in September








This is a big opportunity for farmers and food vendors....Please start looking for a way to sell your business to the FG if you are in this field..

And this will encourage farmers as well.
I like this Initiative even though it sounds larger than life!
I want it to work!!



30 comments:

  1. Laudable project indeed. Instead of them to concentrate on upgrading de schools education quality. Nigerians n misplaced priorities... Msteew. Another opportunity to enrich our politicians

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    1. Odes like you will never see anything good in what people do. Do you know the number of students that go to school without food? Please drink that coconut oil you're selling to gladen your bitter soul

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    2. Lol @drink that coconut oil you are selling. You Nigerians are so incredible. You coconut oil madame your mind is quite fossiled. Every input is worthy as long as it remove that ignorance from the common person like you.

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  2. Nice plan, let's see how it works.
    It's the implementation and follow up process that matters most.

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  3. Ok na. We r watching. What about the 5k payment?

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  4. When there is actually little or no food for the masses.
    This z a good initiative bt it has a bad timing.

    Mr fed gvt, this your initiative or initiation, I hope it z going to be a national cake shared to every part of the country.... And not for the Northeners alone.

    #i love that sound you make when you shut the fuck up.

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    1. Its not a bad timing my dear. You said it yourself that the masses don't have food. These kids parents are part of the masses so if the federal govt can help feed some mouths in the homes its a laudable initiative. Adults can hold body, children can't. They need the food more than adults

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  5. I don't see how this will move this country forward.

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  6. Good luck to sellers and buyers

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  7. Misplaced priorities. Now most of these schools are in dilapidated states. The students will end up eating from the floor,most of the roads leading to schools are nothing to write home about,some of the students can't afford the school fees (in states without free education),most of the parents of the students are jobless and can't afford to pay rent or provide the kids with basic needs,some teachers in some states have not been paid salaries for months now..it goes on and on.

    Abeg abeg

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    1. You just said my mind. I wonder when buhari will develop a brain

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  8. Let's wait and see how it goes...

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  9. that's if d teachers don't 'Demolash' (demolishđŸ˜€) the food first.
    Cos the kind hunger wey dey town ehn!

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  10. al these schemes is same as rubbing ordinary cosmetic cream over an injury instead of looking for a medicinal cream to d it,this is a bogus scheme that will end up draining resources unnecessarily,these aint gonna stimulate the economy or even assist the kids in improving there education.what we ought to do first is to ensure that all schools are up to standard before we start embarking on initiatives like these.and also we should know that such programs can only be carried out when the economy and government is "bouyant" and not in tough times when even to pay workers salaries have become prayer points and topics in the land.
    please goverment come down to reality and reason properly before u start spending recklessly on not so important issues.

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  11. Great idea! but our priorities are misplaced. Most of the so called schools these children go to don't even have roofs.

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  12. Hahahahahahah welcome to Nigeria. A country with the most useless,senseless,unorganized, senile, daftheaded government officials. Thot they said naija is broke? So where is the money that will be used for this program come from? Useless madt fellows. So how will this stupid program improve the economic situation of this country? May thunder strike every useless idiot that voted for this useless adminstration into power. am talk bout you, yes you,you and you.


    *walks outta post*

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  13. Will it be to late for me to start farming

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  14. Is good to critcise, but at least let them start something pls , u have been shouting all this while , this is among their campaign promises. Let's see how it goes. Use ur brain when criticising . Haba

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  15. This is why we r not growing, they are not doing anything, u complain , they are about to at least do something, u are still complaining, what do U really want?

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  16. a wonderful concept. hope I can benefit from this.

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  17. This is a good project, I am a teacher and I know how many of my students that comes to school on empty stomachs, midway into classes, they will come to complain of stomach ache and tiredness, little probe and I will find out they didn't have breakfast. whats for lunch? N50 rice.
    So yes, the project is a step in the right direction. May God make it work

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