N-Power; Much Ado About 50,000 Slots To National Assembly Members, As Representatives Of The People By Humanitarian Affairs Ministry.

Before now ,it is to my knowledge that the members of the National Assembly are representatives of our people from the 36 states of the Fede...

Before now ,it is to my knowledge that the members of the National Assembly are representatives of our people from the 36 states of the Federation,dissolved into 109 at the Senatorial level, and 360 at the House of  Representatives.

Before the issue of National Social Investment Programs(NSIP), came to life,it was an approval by the legislative arm of government interns of funding and other regulations that act as checks and balances, that heralded the generally acceptable program that is now the darling of ordinary Nigerians .

This is the same National Assembly members that year in year out that constitutional budgetary provision for projects that had direct bearing on the lives of ordinary citizens, is been channel with a yearly budget for Constituency projects put at over 200 Billion Naira.

It is on record with close monitoring through budget office, Ministries,agencies and departments of government that each federal Lawmaker at the lower house attracts not less than 100 Million yearly for Constituency projects,while Senators are entitled to 200 Million or at about the amount .

It is therefore an efforts in futility or a calculated attempt to smear the name of the good and laudable programs of the Humanitarian Affairs Ministry,piloted by Hajiya Sadiya Umar-Farouk, as well as the Lawmakers for obvious reasons.

Through this Constituency projects funds , Lawmakers have embarked on series of both physical,human and infrastructural development,develop an empowerment,capacity building and charitable programs,as well as macro and micro economic activities that empower their constituents',similar to the template of the National Social Investment Programs (NSIP).

Let's agree with the detractors that 50,000 slots was allocated to members of the National Assembly,which is not even tenable,coming from a population were each Lawmaker at both the green and red chamber won election with no less than 20,000 votes by their people,what is the rationale behind allocation of the unsubstantiated 50,000 slots through the Humanitarian  Affairs,Disaster Management, being transparently handled by Hajiya Sadiya Umar-Farouk.?

The Minister coming from a well organized background where round pegs are put in a round hole,does not believe is such an unfounded allegations sponsored by hirelings and their paymasters to distract the laudable program of the government, driven through the Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management Ministry.

The Minister believes in oversight functions as the Lawmakers are constitutionally mandated as playing both conception and supervisory roles,and will not negates such important aspect of National development.

Since her assumption of duty,the Ministry under her supervision had being guest both to the upper and the lower house,both to inundate the Lawmakers of the work-ability of the existing Social Investment programs, and plans to re-introduce or expand the structure of the program.

It is in the light of this development,that he designed the current generally acceptable template of Batch C of the program currently been subscribe by Nigerians and millions of applicants along with the long term transition plans for Batches A and B, engaged in 2016 and 2018.

Even though the naysayers will not rather not see the good aspect of the generally acceptable program,feelers from the public had given credence to the people oriented program that will provide soft landing for all category of unemployable youths in Nigeria.

Since 2018,aside speculations and activities of cyber criminals whose intentions from time to time deploy the desire of the people fraudulently,it is only in the wisdom of the pioneer Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Disaster Management, Hajiya Sadiya Umar-Farouk, that a new batch will need convene, to ameliorate the suffering of unemployable youths roaming our streets.

The window of opportunity provided by the new exercise is derived from the optimism of the Batch A and B carefully managed at transition by the new Ministry,that participants will be transited gradually into both private and public placements subsequently.

This is far away from the previous programs by the previous administrations, that it's end is usually characterise by abrupt and under unprepared template without consideration of the beneficiaries.

Sadiya's initiatives had brought hope, confidence,life and sense of belonging to ordinary Nigerians whose means of livelihood is shrouded in uncertainty and hopelessness.

The Ministry of Humanitarian Services did not reserve any special allocation to members of the National Assembly, as all Nigerians remain the constituents of the Lawmakers, both at the lower and upper chamber.

Abubakar Yusuf Is A Public Affairs Analyst.




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