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Re: Questions on FG spending on feeding Pupils

So far, a total of 2,918,842 school children in the 14 pilot states have been fed so far under the Federal Government’s National Home Grown School Feeding Programme. That is worthy of commendation, not a litany of unverifiable claims and complaints by the writer of the article headlined above, which was published on September 11 in Vanguard newspaper.

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Questions on FG spending on feeding Pupils

Last week, some newspapers published what Alhaji Lai Mohammed would call “fake news” but which economists, being mostly quantitative in their thinking, would dismiss as deliberate and misleading use of statistics laden with half-truths and untruths. The source of the report was the Presidency – Osinbajo’s half of it. The author, as usual, was Mr Laolu Akande, Senior Special Assistant to the Acting President.

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Pupils drop out of school as bad road cuts off A’Ibom communities

OFFI UDA—RESIDENTS of Offi Uda, Akprang-Kprang Uda and other communities in Mbo Local Government Area, Akwa Ibom State, fragmented from other parts of the state because of run-down motorway, have again complained to Governor Udom Emmanuel about the unacceptable condition of the N11.8 billion Enwang Etebi-Road/Offi-Ukontigha Bridge project supposedly abandoned by the last administration.

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