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Lagos To Feed 100,000 Youths Daily, And Cash Transfer To 250,000 People

Announcing new additional palliatives for it’s residents, the Lagos State government said it will in a couple of days commence a daily ‘Food Kitchen’ program.

Lagos To Feed 100,000 Youths Daily, And Cash Transfer To 250,000 People

The governor of the state, Governor Babajide Olushola Sanwo-Olu, reveal this while giving an update on COVID-19 on Tuesday.

According to him, the food kitchen program, largely targeted at youths, seeks to feed about 100,000 people daily.

He added that the measure is aim at ameliorating the inconvenience occasioned by the extended lockdown

He said;

We are identifying local food vendors who will pilot this program and ensure that the process of cooking and serving of the meals adhere strictly to public health guidelines.

He also said that the state will soon commence cash transfer to a minimum of 250,000 indigent citizens.

The governor added;

We are cleaning up our data from our various social registers to get a clean list of truly vulnerable and economically challenged persons to enable us remit some cash to them. We aim to do these cash transfers by the end of the week to a minimum of 250,000 indigent citizens


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