Nigeria’s preseidnet, President Muhammadu Buhari has written the House of Representatives to seek approval of N894.842bn supplementary budget to fund the purchase of COVID-19 drugs and weapons for the Armed Forces.

In a letter addressed to Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila read at Tuesday plenary, the President said the supplementary budget is limited to some critical needs, stressing other needs will be contained in the 2022 budget.

 

The President indicated the 2022 Appropriation Bill will be presented to the National Assembly in September.

 

The President said COVID-19 drugs will be procured from the supplementary budget as the Federal Government intends to vaccinate about 70 per cent of eligible Nigerians before the end of2022.

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    1. The Director, Public Affairs Nigerian Communications Commission, Ikechukwu Adinde disclosed this in a statement on Monday, stating that the verification would continue till July 26, 2021.

      According to the statement, the decision to further extend the deadline was made based on a request by stakeholders.

      “The Federal Government has approved the extension of the deadline for NIN-SIM data verification to the 26th of July, 2021.

      Benue: Mixed reactions trail extension of NIN-Sim linkage

      “The decision to extend the deadline was made after a request by stakeholders in need to continue the NIN-SIM verification process following the rapid increase in the number of enrolment systems across the country.

      “The Federal Government has approved the extension as part of its efforts to make it easier for its citizens and residents to obtain the NIN and it is important to take advantage of the extension.

      “With the great number of enrolment centres across the country, every citizen and legal resident should be able to obtain their NIN,”

      The statement said.mistake sorry

    1. The Director, Public Affairs Nigerian Communications Commission, Ikechukwu Adinde disclosed this in a statement on Monday, stating that the verification would continue till July 26, 2021.

      According to the statement, the decision to further extend the deadline was made based on a request by stakeholders.

      “The Federal Government has approved the extension of the deadline for NIN-SIM data verification to the 26th of July, 2021.

      Benue: Mixed reactions trail extension of NIN-Sim linkage

      “The decision to extend the deadline was made after a request by stakeholders in need to continue the NIN-SIM verification process following the rapid increase in the number of enrolment systems across the country.

      “The Federal Government has approved the extension as part of its efforts to make it easier for its citizens and residents to obtain the NIN and it is important to take advantage of the extension.

      “With the great number of enrolment centres across the country, every citizen and legal resident should be able to obtain their NIN,”

      The statement said.

      The statement also quoted the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami, as thanking Nigerians for their patience and compliance with the Federal Government’s directive on the NIN-SIM registration exercise

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  1. Arise, o compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey to serve our fatherland with love and strength and faith the labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain to serve with heart and might one nation bound in freedom peace and unity. O God of creation direct our noble cause guide thou our leaders right

  2. Nollywood actress and DG of ROK Studios, Mary Remmy Njoku has waded into the controversy surrounding blacklisting of actresses Iyabo Ojo and Nkechi Blessing Sunday by Theater Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN).

    CLIMAXTREND had reported that TAMPAN in its notice suspending Iyabo Ojo, Nkechi Blessing accused the actresses of “reckless accusations, abuses and embarrassment of our sector“.

    The communique noted that an offence against one is an offence against all, adding that the association will no longer tolerate “infringements”.

    The TAMPAN BoT further declared that its action against Iyabo Ojo does not mean it supports acts of criminal behaviour in whatever guise.

    But, Njoku in an Instagram post, reacting to the ban, said that there was nothing like overreaction when there are allegations of rape or child molestation.

    Mary expressed disappointment in TAMPAN.

    She commended the actresses for using their platforms to speak up against such acts.

    Her post read,

    “Where there are allegations of rape or child molestation there is no such thing as overreaction. Today in Nigeria I don’t believe we are reacting enough.

    “I stand with and want to thank these two strong women who have used their time and platforms to speak up against it. You both are my crush today and always.”

  3. I just realized what you are trying to do
    This Government are trying to exhaust all the money and even borrow because they will soon leave the place
    So disheartening !

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