Speaking at an event organised for 66 trained personnel’s from Oyo State, in Ibadan, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Inclusion, Mrs. Christiana Abioye, said the programme had ensured more equitable distribution of resources to vulnerable populations.
Osinbajo, in his remarks, recalled that as a minister, Adeosun prioritised the Federal Government’s Social Investment Program (SIP) and hence he is not surprised that she has decided to use her talent and influence to establish an organization that raises funds and provides for indigenous grassroots charities.
The Chairman of the Plateau State chapter of the Association of Local Governments of Nigeria, Ezekiel Vondip, has described the Social Investment Programme of the Federal Government as a huge success in the state considering the millions of lives it has impacted.
The Kogi State Office of Social Investment Programme has refuted media reports alleging that it was feeding pupils with rotten fish and stale bread under the Home Grown School Feeding Programme.
This was even as the Senate embarked on the investigation of SIP and Subsidy Reinvestment Empowerment Programme.
President Muhammadu Buhari says it is heart-warming that more Nigerians are appreciative of the implementation of policies and projects of the Federal Government aimed at improving the standard of living in the country.