Uwais said this while receiving a delegation from the Democratic Republic of Congo on a study tour to Nigeria to learn about the social intervention programmes on Monday in Abuja.
Maryam Uwais, Special Adviser to the president on National Social Welfare Programme on Monday, says Federal Government feeds pupils with 6million eggs and 594 cows weekly under its Home Grown School feeding programme.
“When the Kaduna State Government commenced funding the school feeding programme in January 2016, the engaged cooks were paid N50 per meal for each of the pupils assigned to them.
Hajiya Maryam Mele, the Focal Person officer of the Vice- President and the Special Adviser to the Gombe State Governor on Social Investment, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria in Gombe on Friday.
Uwais said this at a sensitisation meeting of stakeholders on activities of the National Social Safety Nets Coordinating Office in Abuja on Monday.
The Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari in Vice President semi Osinbajo’s Office, Laolu Akande, said contrary to Goje’s view, the programme is touching the lives of many Nigerians
He lauded the Federal Executive Council for approving the NSPP and also appreciated the role the Special Adviser to the President on Social Intervention Programne, Maryam Uwais, played in the implementation of some of the strategies…
According to her, NSIP programme comprises Npower, National Home Grown School Feeding, Government Enterprise Empowerment Programme, and the National (conditional) Cash Transfer Programme, designed to support citizens facing economic…
Speaking to newsmen while presenting the scorecard of the NSIP at the stas stated that no fewer than 297,973 households had been mined and being paid stipends in 20 states.
Maryam Uwais, the Special Adviser to the President on Social Investments in the Office of the Vice President, said this in a statement claiming that “massive” fraud had hit the programme
Uwais said this during a Social Protection Practitioners and Academics Dialogue on Thursday in Abuja
The occasion recognized outstanding achievements among the first group of 24, all of whom are on fully funded scholarships
Uwais said that the Special Intervention Project was designed for delivery under five clearly defined programmes to restore livelihoods, economic opportunities and sustenance for the poor