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Senators differ with VP Osinbajo

By Guardian Exclusive
11 April 2018   |   2:07 pm
At a budget defence session days back, the S.A to the president on Social Investment, Maryam Uwais, told senators that only N175bn out of the N500bn appropriated for the scheme was released in 2016 and 2017.

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