Sadiya Farouq Latest NSIP programs Review For November 21st 2022

Sadiya Farouq Latest NSIP programs Review For November 21st 2022

In today's latest Npower news, we will be updating you on the Minister of Humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development, Sadiya Umar Farouq Latest NSIP programs Review For November 21st 2022. So keep reading!

On Tuesday, on behalf of His Excellency President Muhammad Buhari, FMHDS Minister Sadiya Umar Farouq visited Bayelsa and Delta States to condole with the government and the good people of the States over the unfortunate flood disaster in the states that claimed lives and properties.

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She commended the Bayelsa and Delta state government for their support to their people during the initial time of distress , adding that the government sympathizes with all the victims and states devastated by the disaster.

Given the magnitude of the devastation in the State and most parts of the country at large, Sadiya Farouq informed them that His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari approved the release of 12,000 metric tons of assorted food commodities from National Strategic Reserve for distribution to victims of this flood disaster in the country as a way of assuaging their suffering.

In addition, there are relief materials and other interventions that have been provided since July 2022 by nemanigeria.

The Minister also used the opportunity to flag-off the disbursement of the Grant for Vulnerable Groups programme (GVG) in Delta State and to roll-out the Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP) in both Bayelsa and Delta.

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These programmes are part of the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP), which is the flagship social protection programme of the President Buhari Administration targeting the poor and vulnerable in the country.

The Ministry is working diligently on President Muhammadu Buhari commitment of lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty within 10 years.

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