Sunday , May 22 2022
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78% ELECTRICITY CHARGE INCREASE

78% Electricity Charge Increase

A review of the new tariffs by PREMIUM TIMES showed price increases would have ranged from 60 per cent in places like Ikeja, to about 73 per cent in Abuja, and about 78 per cent in Enugu.[PREMIUM TIMES]

N9.8tn Fuel Subsidy

DATAPHYTE analysis revealed that the amount, N9.8 trillion, spent on subsidy in 12 years could have provided tremendous amenities. These would have spread across the whole economy, bringing dividends to the masses and improving their wellbeing.[DATAPHYTE]

N65.3m Questionable Cut

The question that remains unanswered is how the N65.3 million cut from the internet access budget of institutions and agencies under the Federal Ministry of Education is the best option for national development in this era of COVID-19 and digital learning.[DATAPHYTE]

1 Million Enrolled

No fewer than one million Nigerians have so far enrolled for the N-Power programme in the last  48 hours. The Deputy Director (Information), Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Mrs Rhoda Ishaku Iliya disclosed this in a statement issued on Sunday evening.[TRIBUNE ONLINE]

774,000 Jobs

The initiative which is to kick start on October 1 will pay the 774,000 beneficiaries an allowance of N20,000 monthly to carry out public work. They will be recruited largely from the pool of unskilled persons ordinarily resident in rural areas.[PREMIUM TIMES]

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