The Federal Government says efforts are almost concluded for the
provision of an alternative source of power supply to the people at the
grassroots for socio-economic development.

The Senior Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Public
Affairs, Mr Ajuri Ngelale said this while speaking on Radio
Nigeria Gold FM Ilesa, Osun State, on the presidential economic
sustainability plan against COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr Ngelale said the government would also employ about two hundred
thousand qualified Nigerian youths to produce, maintain and distribute
5 million solar power home system for 24 hours of regular power supply to
the people.

 On agriculture, Mr Ngelale explained that the Federal Government would
soon construct more access roads, acquire two hundred hectares in each
state for mechanized farming to boost food production and attract
youths to agriculture.

The senior special adviser to President Buhari also announced that
local manufacturers and developers would be engaged to provide affordable houses for those who could not afford accommodation in rural

Gold FM


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