Benefits



We embrace Consciously Beneficial Citizenship - Making citizens aware of their citizenship. Demonstrating Government Commitment to enforcing Benefits, compelling citizens to take care of their responsibilities as citizens

article

FG says vehicle owners to pay N250,000 to convert from petrol to autogas


The Federal Government has revealed that vehicle owners in the country will have to pay N250,000 to have their cars converted to autogas from petrol. This disclosure was made on Wednesday, December 2, 2020, by the Technical Adviser on Gas Business and Policy Implementation to Minister of State for Petroleum, Justice Derefaka, while on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily, which was monitored by Nairametrics. While stating that the conversion of vehicles from petrol to autogas will tak...


7 months ago Posted By Rahman1 views0 downloads0 plays in Benefits Share
article

25 million Nigerians to pay N4,000 monthly for solar power system


The Presidency has disclosed that an estimated 25 million Nigerians that will benefit from the Federal Government’s Solar Home Systems which is expected to commence this week will be expected to pay about N4,000 monthly over a 3-year period. According to a report by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), this disclosure was made by the Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Media and Publicity, Laolu Akande, through a statement on Sunday titled “25m Nigerians to own 5m solar...


7 months ago Posted By Rahman1 views0 downloads0 plays in Benefits Share
article

5 million poor Nigerians benefit from N5,000 cash transfer programme


The federal government has said an estimated 5,433,394 Nigerians are benefiting from the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) programme. According to an infographic report published on the Twitter handle of the National Social Safety Nets Coordinating Office (NASSCO), @NasscoNigeria, on Sunday, the CCT beneficiaries emerged from 1,080,240 households in 35,490 communities across 395 local government areas in 32 states. It said, ”We have reached over a million households across 32 states. T...


7 months ago Posted By Ibraheem O.0 views0 downloads0 plays in Benefits Share
article

Federal Government of Nigeria MSME Survival Fund Programme


The COVID-19 crisis and its attendant restriction on movement of people and border closures is causing all components of aggregate demand to fall. The fall in household consumption in Nigeria stems from restrictions on movement, thus causing consumers to spend primarily on essential goods and services; low expectations of future income and the erosion of wealth and expected wealth. Movement restrictions have not only reduced the consumption of nonessential commodities in general, but hav...


7 months ago Posted By Rahman0 views0 downloads0 plays in Benefits Share