Survival Fund Registration: All you need to know

Image describing Nigeria Survival Fund registration

As the portal for registration of prospective beneficiaries of Nigeria Survival Fund opens, registration for Payroll Support Scheme commences today. Consequently, the website for Payroll registration opens today, Monday from 10 pm, September 21.  The Survival Fund is one of the programmes in the Nigeria Economic Sustainability Plan, NESP. Objectively, the plan came into being in other to cushion the socio-economic hardship unleashed by the COVID-19 outbreak. Also, its implementation is for one year, which has started with this registration. Additionally, the worth the MSMEs Survival Fund is N60 billion, which part of…

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270 whales stranded on sandbar off Australia’s Tasmania

270 Some whales on the coast of Australian city

Marine biologists were planning the rescue of around 270 whales stranded on a sandbar off the remote west coast of the Australian island of Tasmania on Monday. Government scientists said it appeared that at least 25 of the animals, believed to be pilot whales, had already died. Pilot whales are a species of oceanic dolphin that grows 7 metres (23 ft) long and can weigh up to 3 tonnes. “While strandings are not uncommon in Tasmania, and while strandings of this scale aren’t (unprecedented), we certainly haven’t had one for…

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Farmers kidnapping: Replace forest with Agric. Production, AFAN urges

AFAN president lamenting the kidnapping of 40 farmers

Following the recent kidnapped of 40 farmers in Zamfara State, the All Farmers Association of Nigeria, AFAN President Arc Kabir Ibrahim has admonished governments to take a queue from Brazil by converting Wild Forests in the North West, Nigeria to Agricultural Production sites. Kabir made the call in a statement signed by himself and made available to newsmen, where he lamented the unfortunate abduction of 40 farmers from Gobirawan Cali community in Maru Local Government Area of Zamfara State and said the ugly incident sends the wrong signal to farmers…

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