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Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Nigerian Govt Set To Pay Unemployment Youth Benefits And Set Up Consumer Credit Schemes

The Federal Government Of Nigeria on Monday February 26, 2024,disclosed that it would expand its social security unemployment program nets to high institution graduates with certifications of NCE and upwards.


The Minister of Finance, Wale Edun,while addressing Newsmen after the Federal Executive Council meeting held on Monday,stated that the program would cater for unemployed Nigerian graduates, as they would be paid stipends.
Edun also confirmed that the Federal Government will as a matter of urgency, establish a consumer credit scheme, aimed at curbing the challenges of the nation's poor economy.

The Consumer credit programme would make consumer credits available,thereby making goods more affordable as people would have more purchasing power that allows them to order goods.
from Punch

27 comments:

  1. Have they started or they are planning to start *roll eyes*

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    1. No clear strategy just throw money at problems , avenue for fraud

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  2. The more you look the less...., Government that don't even know the number of unemployed youth they have. Creat employment for unemployed youth before the money will end in some people's purse as usual

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  3. 不不不不不

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  4. Is this the way forward? Or encourage them to go into farming with some allowance and mechanized tools

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    1. Insecurity and farming don't go well together

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  5. Another way to steal money

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  6. They should please remember npower C2 from the monies recovered from those thieves in humanitarian service. Where are the monies recovered so far?

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  7. Am happy this is good news, I believe President Tinubu will definitely make us proud as a Nigerian.

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  8. Mtcheeeeeews money that another individual will pocket as usual. Since they recovered the money embezzled by the humanitarian thief they should atleast pay the Npower beneficiary 4 or 5 months of the money they wia suppose to be paid .Na to they make empty promises upandan

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  9. This is good news.

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  10. The great Tinibulatuon

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    1. Propaganda government. They will say but never do. Believe it when you see it.

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  11. Good news,I believe good stuff can still come out of this government,let's remain hopeful

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  12. Them don start, promise and fail.

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  13. It could work well depending on how they do it or it could be a colossal disaster. Have they done proper research, interviews, public consultations? Is it clear how long it will last for, and the expected outcomes. Will they be providing employment placements, mentorship opportunities? Is it just a money dash for survival or a pathway to the next level and full financial independence? Most of all, is it sustainable?

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  14. Another way to steal and loot the country dry.

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  15. Every intelligent Nigerian, knows this is another avenue to pocket money. Abeg, we don't fall for this kind of gimmick again

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