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Yoruba Nation: Governor Adeleke Takes Pre-emptive Security Measures, Appeals for Dialogue | Governor Adeleke Hails CCC Wonderland Shepherd, Abraham Olumide Gangbe, on His Birthday | You lied, Adeleke’s commitment to workers welfare unbroken, | Sexual Violence Against Women: Governor Adeleke Sets up Action Committee | Ilesa Accident: Governor Adeleke Approves Expansion of Ilbodi-Ilesa Road, Creation of Trailer Park | EID-EL-FITR: “KEEP PRAYING FOR US”, GOVERNOR ADELEKE TELLS MUSLIM FAITHFUL. | Governor Adeleke Mourns Late Royal Father, HRH, Olaoye Oyelayo | Governor Adeleke Felicitates Dr. Muyiwa Oladimeji on his Birthday | Governor Adeleke Tasks Ibadan Disco on Power Supply to Osun, Unveils Power Sector Agenda | IFRA PLAN – Osun Government Charges Contractors On Quality And Timely Delivery | Osun government begins dredging of waterways | Governor Adeleke Expresses Shock and Sadness over Tragic Ilesa Accident, Directs Transportation Commissioner to Investigate | Governor Adeleke Celebrates Ebenezer Obey at 82 | Governor Adeleke Enforces New Retirement Age for Teaching Profession | Governor Adeleke celebrates Hon. Moji Omisore on her birthday | Adeleke’s Spokesperson Says Governor is Fixated on Selfless Service, Punctures Opposition Lies | Easter / Eid-ul-Fitr: Governor Adeleke Recommits to Physical and Stomach Infrastructure, Commences Distribution of Rice | Governor Adeleke Condoles Oluwo, Iwoland Muslims Community Over Demise Of Chief Imam | GOVERNOR ADELEKE EXTOLS PRESIDENT TINUBU AT 72 | Senator Adeleke felicitates with Senator Ajagunla Olubiyi on his birthday
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FG To Release N400M To 5 States For School Feeding Programme

The Federal Government has said it would release N400m to five states for the continuation of the its Homegrown School Feeding Programme this week.
This was disclosed in a statement by the Senior Special Assistant to the Vice-President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Laolu Akande on Monday.
 
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He listed the states as Ogun, Oyo, Ebonyi, Enugu, and Osun states.
“When added to Anambra where the school feeding programme kicked off last year, there would now be six states implementing the scheme using the Federal Government’s funds.
“At least, 5.5 million Nigerian primary school pupils would be fed for 200 school days under the free Homegrown School Feeding Programme, according to the 2016 budget, which has an allocation of N93.1bn appropriated for the feeding scheme,” he said in the statement.
Akande also payment for the Conditional Cash Transfer programme has started in all the nine pilot states.
The states are Bauchi, Borno, Cross River, Ekiti, Kwara, Kogi, Niger, Osun and Oyo.
He said the Federal Government was aware that one participants were being asked to pay application fees for the intervention programmes, urging Nigerians not to pay such.
Akande said, “We have been receiving reports about instances where Nigerians are being asked to pay application fees for SIP forms. We want to make it clear that such action is illegal and could warrant criminal prosecution.”

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