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Saturday, June 22, 2019

25 things Buhari promised to do in second term

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Here is a  list of things President Muhammadu Buhari promised during his second term campaign.
  • Promise to take Nigeria to the next level
  • To engage 1 million N-Power graduates.
  • To train 10 million Nigerians in various skills.
  • Give 1 million farmers inputs and jobs via Anchor borrowers scheme.
  • Create 1.5 million jobs through livestock, beef, crop programmes.
  • Create 5 million jobs through mechanised agriculture.
  • Provide $500m innovation fund for Tech and creative sector to create 500,000 jobs.
  • Train 200,000 youths for outsourcing market in tech, services and entertainment.
  • Create 6 regional industrial parks and economic zones.
  • Increase children fed through the school feeding programme from 9.3 million to 15 million.
  • Feeding programme to provide 300, 000 extra jobs for vendors and farmers.
  • Complete coastal rail (Lagos-Calabar), 2nd Niger Bridge, East-West road, Abuja-Kaduna-Zaria to Kano road among others.
  • Complete Ibadan-Kano rail, Port Harcourt-Maiduguri rail, etc.
  • Move broadband coverage to 120,000 km of fibre network across the country.
  • Increase power generation by 1000MW every year.
  • Raise power distribution to 7000MW; 9 universities, 300 markets and clusters to have interrupted power.
  • Implement $550m rural electrification programme.
  • Provide N1million soft loans to artisans.
  • TraderMoni beneficiaries to be increased from 2.3 million to 10 million.
  • Establish 109 One Stop Shops of all regulatory agencies (CAC,NAFDAC, SON, etc).
  • To retrain all teachers in public primary and secondary schools.
  • To remodel 10,000 schools every year.
  • Use co-payments to share the cost of health insurance between individuals, the private sector and government.
  • Poorest 40% of Nigerians to be exempted from co-payments.
  • Increase population covered by primary health care from 12.6% to 45 % in 2023.

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