No fuel, no vehicle – UNILAG students trek home (photos)

Following the indefinite closure of the institution by the
management, students of the University of Lagos, UNILAG, were seen
vacating the school’s premises trekking to their destination as they
decried ‘no fuel’, ‘no vehicle’.
The students protested failing water and electricity supply.
See photos below…


One million poor Nigerians will now receive N5,000 monthly from the federal government

The federal government is reportedly making plans to pay poor Nigerians a token of $25 per month so as  to ease poverty and stimulate the economy.

The vice-president said this on Thursday in a chat with Reuters.

According to him, the plan that would cost a total of
about $300 million per annum, Reuters reports..

“One million poor and vulnerable Nigerians would
receive 5,000 naira ($25) monthly,” Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo said in
a statement outlining government priorities for the next 12 months.

Osinbajo did not say how these
benefits would be funded, saying only there were part of a 6.06 trillion
naira record budget...

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