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Thursday, July 23, 2020

Nigerian States To Receive N100 Million Each To Boost COVID19 Response

The Federal Government on Thursday disclosed that all states, including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) would receive N100 million each to boost their response against Coronavirus.







This was disclosed by the Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire during Thursday’s Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19.

Ehanire disclosed that a huge amount would come from the Regional Diseases Surveillance Enhancement (REDISSE) Project.

“I am pleased to mention that all states of the federation, including the FCT are receiving support from the COVID-19 response through the Regional Diseases Surveillance Enhancement (REDISSE) Project.

“With this support, all states of the federation will receive N100 million to enhance high impact priority response activities. The soon to be reactivated BHCPF will join the funding pool,” he said.

The REDISSE Project was initiated by the World Bank to cover all countries in the ECOWAS sub-region as a consequence of the 2014‒2015 West Africa Ebola crisis.
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25 comments:

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    1. Why are telling us? It's not like that money will benefit the the citizens.. They should just share the money as usual.

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  2. Why all the States?Kogi is still denying the presence of the virus in the State.
    it could have be better if the money would be use for the right reason,the likes of Gandollar will be happy to hear this,cool means to siphon money

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  3. Pocket monies don land for the governors?
    Who will hold them accountable for this one that is
    not even part of the budget? πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”

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  4. 100million they will pay into their private accounts.

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  5. This has been the major reason for the unnecessary increase of numbers everyday,I hope they are happy now...failed government and leaders

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  6. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„.

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  7. watch Cross River, Kogi and Yobe all of a sudden start confirming cases of COVID in anticipation of that money, but Redisse doesn't release cash, they will have interventions that's all no governor is collecting his 60%

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  8. To what end, we all know this money is entering private pockets

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  9. See the way they want to distract people from the already stolen monies.100M to states to boost ginni???? Money wey the citizens no go see,they will chop am join the ones they swallowed before,all of them will go and learn proper fainting now

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  10. Smh...no wonder the rapid increase.

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  11. Hi beautiful people, this is BV Helen.I'm super excited that I can finally comment on here after trying for years to get a blog ID 😁

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  12. Looting in 1.....,.2........3.........Rochas go dey wish day i’m still be governor. 😁😁😁😁😁😁🀩🀩🀩🀩

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  13. Kogi,cross river,yobe will begin to have more audio cases now,food don land.

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  14. Money that going straight to their pockets

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  15. I hear them, another opportunity to sign and loot money I to their personal pockets, while some people can't even afford one decent meal a day.God would judge all these politicians oooh

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  16. Biko let frontline workers also benefit from this money. We can't be risking our lives for nothing

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