FG Launches Humanitarian Fund To Uplift 133 Million Nigerians From Poverty

FG Launches Humanitarian Fund To Uplift 133 Million Nigerians From Poverty


In a resolute stride towards transformative change, Dr. Betta Edu, the distinguished Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, has announced the imminent unveiling of a groundbreaking Humanitarian Fund. This visionary initiative aims to elevate a staggering 133 million Nigerians from the clutches of poverty, marking an audacious step forward in the nation’s socio-economic landscape.

Dr. Betta Edu delivered this pivotal announcement during an enlightening interview on Channels Television, making it clear that this strategic move is pivotal to the government’s overarching goal of alleviating poverty on a monumental scale. It’s a pivotal strategy that aligns seamlessly with the government’s dedication to improving the lives of its citizens.

As previously highlighted, Dr. Betta Edu’s determination to catalyze change was underscored earlier in the week when she vowed to lead the charge in lifting 133 million Nigerians out of the shadow of poverty. When questioned about the strategy behind this monumental task, Dr. Edu affirmed that the game-changing humanitarian funds would be unveiled.

Detailing the blueprint, she emphasized that the government’s commitment to transparency and sincerity would be unwavering. Every step, every action, and every plan would be shared with Nigerians, ensuring a unified approach towards achieving these ambitious objectives.

“The action plan is meticulously being shaped, having already received the impetus from President Bola Ahmed Tinubu himself,” Dr. Edu confidently stated. “Our strategy entails the mobilization of funds from diverse sources: the federal government, private sector, and esteemed international organizations. The unveiling of this dynamic initiative is imminent, and we’re committed to total transparency.”

She further emphasized, “Our ultimate aim is to emancipate 133 million Nigerians by the year 2030. This is a resolute commitment that drives our actions and decisions, and we stand firmly united in its pursuit.”

The prevailing National Bureau of Statistics Poverty Index reinforces the urgency of this paradigm shift, revealing that a staggering 130 million Nigerians grapple with the burden of poverty. The forthcoming Humanitarian Fund symbolizes hope, ambition, and collective determination as Nigeria marches towards a brighter future for all its citizens. Stay tuned for more updates on this transformative journey.