Day 468: FG inaugurates N5.6N abandoned water project in Otuoke. 

By on September 8, 2016

Over 100,000 graduates are to be employed by the Federal Government and drafted to farms in all local government councils across the country, as extension workers to help .

The Federal Government on Thursday inaugurated the Central Ogbia Regional Water Supply Project in Bayelsa. The Minister of Resources, Mr Suleiman Adamu, who inaugurated the project, said 13 communities, including Otuoke, would benefit from it.It was reported that about 130,000 people were expected to benefit from the N5.9billion project.

The presidency on Thursday said it had approved an external borrowing plan after the cash-strapped African economy plunged into official recession. “Low cost, long-term loans (1.25% interest, 20yr tenor)” would be sought from the World Bank, African Development Bank, China’s Exim Bank and the Japan International Cooperation Agency, it announced.

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