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FG commence screening of graduates for N5,000 monthly allowance

It was gathered that the Federal Government is set to commence the screening of unemployed graduates across the country as a demonstration of its commitment to effect the payment of N5000 monthly allowances.

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This was disclosed by Senator Ali Wakili representing Bauchi South while addressing party stalwarts saying the gesture is part of fulfilling the ruling All Progressives Congress campaign promise to end poverty for improved economic development.

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Wakili added that unemployment rate is a major concern of the administration and attribute same to lack of political will.

He urge the party stalwarts to carefully select the beneficiaries among various political, youths and women groups from their respectively areas.

Other measures to eradicate poverty according to the senator include the introduction of soft loans to Nigerians especially farmers among others.

Speaking during the meeting, Hon Aminu Tukur, member representing Lere/Bula constituency he urged party supporters to ensure judicious hitch free exercise of the programme.

He emphasised the need for internal party democracy in the implementation of FG policy and programmes desperate to ensure provision of democracy dividends.

Tukur also cautioned against heating the policy between the executive and the legislative arms of government explaining that APC is a party that does not harbour crisis.

Other speakers reiterated that Wakili is the backbone of the APC not only in North-East but in the whole North having personally invested in cash and kind.

5 Comments on FG commence screening of graduates for N5,000 monthly allowance

  1. That is good

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  2. Thank God oooooooo

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  3. Am sure they will deny it later

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  4. They would soon deny … Mr. Lie over to you

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  5. Fraud

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