Building homes, schools, hospitals, clinics, veterinary clinics, and solar energy projects in northern Nigeria is part of the Fulako program, which has received approval from the Nigerian government to begin.

In response to the non-kinetic threats posed by banditry and kidnapping in the area, the administration has launched this effort.

During his keynote statement at the start of the 2023 Jamaatu Nasril Islam Central Council meeting in Minna, Niger State, this was made public by Alhaji Mohammed Idris Malagi, Minister of Information and National Orientation.

He said that six northern states—Zamfara, Kebbi, Kaduna, Katsina, Niger, and Benue—will implement President Tinubu’s Fulako project, a distinctive humanitarian response to the impact of banditry on the impacted people.

The initiative, according to Malagi, “seeks to reform the economy, guarantee national security, achieve food security, unlock the potentials of our natural resources, build infrastructure with a focus on health and social investment, accelerate diversification, innovation, and improve governance delivery.” The Renewed Hope Agenda encompasses all of these goals, as well as others.

During President Bola Tinubu’s presentation of the 2023 budget estimate to the National Assembly, Malagi disclosed that palliative programs and the Presidential Conditional Grant Scheme have received N75 billion.

The federal government’s continued commitment to delivering aid to all 36 states and Abuja was emphasized by the minister, who also emphasized the importance of all Nigerians working together to make these relief operations a success

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