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FG Doesn’t Have $1.8bn For 2023 Census And Shifted ‘Wahala’ To Tinubu – Shehu Sani



Former Kaduna Senator, Shehu Sani has reacted to the postponement of the 2023 Population and Housing census by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

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President Muhammadu Buhari had on Friday, April 28, approved the postponement of the 2023 Population and Housing Census scheduled for May 3-7 2023, to a date to be determined by the incoming administration.

This decision was reached after a meeting with members of the Federal Executive Council and the Chairman of the National Population Commission, Nasir Isa-Kwarra, and his team at the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Friday.

The president emphasised the critical need for the conduct of a Population and Housing Census in Nigeria, 17 years after the last census, to collect up-to-date data that will drive the developmental goals of the country and improve the living standard of the Nigerian people.

The government did not, however, give a reason for the postponement.

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Taking to his official handle, Sani in a tweet, argued that the federal government does not have $1.8 billion for the Census.

According to him, as a result, the government has now shifted the “wahala” to President-elect, Bola Tinubu.

Shehu Sani wrote, “The simple fact is that the FG doesn’t have $1.8 Billion for the Census and now shifted the Wahala to Asiwaju.”

In other news, Kanyi Daily reported that six internet fraudsters, popularly known as “Yahoo Boys” have been convicted and sentenced to various terms of imprisonment.

They were convicted by Justices Ijeoma Ojukwu and Rosemary Oghoghorie of the Federal High Court sitting in Calabar, Cross Rivers State.

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