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Sunday, October 01, 2023

Nigeria's Humanitarian Minister Betta Edu Distirbutes Food Items To Lagos Commuinity

Dr Betta Edu, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, on Saturday September 30, 2023 flagged off a social register programme for the vulnerable people living in Makoko area of Lagos State.

During her visit, she distributed food items including rice and vegetable oil to riverine dwellers in the community.
She also conducted a free medical programme for the residents.








25 comments:

  1. More blessing i pray

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    1. In all of these it is the elbows you see bitter cola, mind your business.

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  3. People who wear wig and hat in naija weather ehnn I raise hand for una

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    1. I think it's just for the beat.

      Weldone Dr Betty.🀝
      She did well.

      Some persons in Kogi State shared 3 cups of rice and N1,000 note to indigenes.
      God abeg o😭

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  4. Chika(hello iya boys)1 October 2023 at 11:25

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    2. Chika(hello iya boys)1 October 2023 at 12:47

      God bless your beautiful sweet and Amazing heartπŸ™πŸ™

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  5. It's not about picking a ward to distribute but also setting up a vetted social register fir the poorest of the poor, making them banked and bankable so that those earning less than 15 thousand in a month who are the overwhelming majority of Nigerians can register for and be directly credited any palliative directly with their bank account linked to their BVN , NIN and phone. They can even be alerted to show up for medicals,
    physical distribution of seedlings, fertiliser, etc. It would take some months to years but rewarding the most subscribed state in terms of the percentage of its poor will ginger others looking for funds. Please talk to Dr Bosun Tijani to hook you up.

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  6. abeg they should stop with all these their almajiri style,

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  7. God bless you beautiful πŸ‘πŸ™πŸ˜˜

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  8. These one off things do not create sustainable change. Change the system! Provide the infrastructure for people to take care of themselves. Safety, security, good water, consistent electricity supply, transportation. This is not rocket science

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  9. And after the half bag of rice and 4 litres finishes, what next. Can't this people think outside the box for once?

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  10. After they exhaust this one. Where will the next one come from? This is not sustainable πŸ‘Ž

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