2022 National Census Will Cost Up To N190bn – Senate Panel
According to DAILY TRUST, this was disclosed on Wednesday by the chairman of the committee, Senator Sahabi Alhaji Yaú, to newsmen.
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DAILY TRUST reports that the committee disclosed this after defending the 2022 budget of the agencies before the Appropriation Committee.
As reported by DAILY TRUST, Senator Sahabi Yau said: “Over N190bn has been budgeted for the exercise. We’re waiting for the president to proclaim when the activities will commence.” Jamb Result
While noting that 2022 is a pre-election year, Senator Sahabi Yau said: “They thought it’s the best time. They must have done their calculations and the president is ready to conduct the National Census by 2022.”
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