According to the president, the monies are expected to “stimulate economic activities in the informal sector” and improve the living in the beneficiaries’ households.
“In order to guarantee the credibility of the process, digital transfers will be made directly to beneficiaries’ accounts and mobile wallets.
“It is expected that the programme will stimulate economic activities in the informal sector and improve nutrition, health, education, and human capital development of beneficiaries’ households,” the letter read in part.
The move was sequel to the astronomical rise in prices of essential goods and services, including food items, transportation fare, and others, occasioned by the removal of fuel subsidy.
Nigerian rapper, Odumodublvck, beamed with joy after English Premier League giants, Arsenal, used one of his hit tracks to announce their new signing, Declan Rice.
Emeraldloaded reported that the Gunners signed the England international from West Ham for a club-record fee of £105m.
Announcing his arrival via Twitter, Arsenal shared a video of the 24-year-old displaying his football skills with Odumodublvck’s song ‘Declan Rice’ playing in the background with the caption; “A new chapter begins.”
Odumodublvck shared the tweet, expressing pride.
He wrote, “Massive. Abj stand up. Declan Rice.”
In another tweet, the Abuja-based rapper thanked Arsenal fans who consistently asked the club to use the song in Declan Rice’s announcement video.
“Thank you to everyone who pushed the club to use the tune.
“You might think you did not have any impact on this, but I really do feel that you guys did.