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Kwara, Anambra, others fail to entry over N66.8b UBE fund

Kwara, Anambra, others fail to entry over N66.8b UBE fund

From Grace Obike, Abuja

Anambra, Enugu, Kwara and Plateau have topped the listing of states that didn’t entry over N66.eight billion from the Common Fundamental Training (UBE) Fund since 2017, it has been learnt.

YouthHubAfrica experiences that the 4 states mixed had been the one ones but to entry UBE funds since 2017 with over N4.06 billion in schooling funds domiciled with the UBE Fee.

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An announcement by its Government Director of YouthHubAfrica, Rotimi Olawale, mentioned: “Following the evaluation of the response from the Common Fundamental Training Fee (UBEC) to a Freedom of Info (FOI) request filed by YouthHubAfrica in March 2020, it was found that Anambra, Enugu, Kwara, and Plateau topped the listing of states which have didn’t entry over N66.eight billion from the Common Fundamental Training (UBE) fund for over three years — from 2017 until date.

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“These 4 states mixed had been the one states but to entry UBE funds of 2017 with over N4.06 billion in Training funds domiciled with the Common Fundamental Training Fee.”

“Within the response from the UBEC, solely Osun and Jigawa states have accessed UBE funds of 2019, leaving 34 states, together with the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) with N53.19 billion un-accessed funds. The UBEC Fund is supplied by the Federal authorities whereby states are required to supply 50 per cent counterpart funding so as to entry the matching grants…”

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Kwara, Anambra, others fail to entry over N66.8b UBE fund

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