Sokoto Spend N12m Monthly On NYSC Allowance – Commissioner


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Sokoto State commissioner for Youths and Sports Development, Alhaji Musa Gidanmadi, has said the government spends N12 million as monthly allowance to corps members serving in the state.
The commissioner who noted that the state has numerous plans including financial support to enable youths attain their goals in life, added that, extensive grassroots sport development is also part of Governor Aminu Tambuwal-led administration.
Gidanmadi, who stated this on Friday in Sokoto, said the state government has also revived the disarray youth council as a way of bringing them not just closer to policy makers but to be actively involved in the policy making process.

While insisting that, the state through his ministry has rendered diverse assistance to groups and associations in the state as a way of facilitating self reliance, the commissioner noted that amongst those assisted include the albinos, artisan and inmates.
“The ministry supported the Albino Association with a financial donation of four million naira only. 4, 500, 000 for the purchase of sun protector cream, umbrellas, printing of T-shirts, p-caps, workshop training Bags, feeding and other necessary Training logistics.
“As part of it’s statutory mandate, the Ministry supports the Association of Drivers with the sum of 3, 950, 000 to conduct a sensitization workshop titled ‘Modern Defensive Driving Techniques’ to ensure safety of lives and property of the people.

  1. Oluwatosin Oluwasegun Adetona says

    So they spend 144million the year out of the state government pocket, Mehn that’s much expenses.

  2. anonymous says

    They havnt paid batch A @ all and dis is d 3rd month…batch b hav only collected 1 month..dey jst payn dem 3 months..making a months awt of d abwt 9 months dey hav Wu dey collect d money?

  3. Zakariya suleiman says

    Wow that a nice development, their government is Really trying unlike other governors

  4. solomon says

    that even small compare to some state hope you are treating the corpers in your state well

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