Recession? Stimulus spendingLook it up in your econ text. When the economy needs a boost, government spending is the most direct way to stimulate the economy. (Even if you have to pay for it later.) [From the Daily Trust]
Govt Set to Employ 200,000 Graduate Teachers
The Federal Government says the implementation plan for effective commencement of its social investment programmes has reached an advanced stage.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo… said the selection of the first 200,000 unemployed graduates for teaching jobs was being completed…
"We'll be hiring caterers, cooks, etc in each state because it'll be federal government-funded from primary 1 to 3 and the state governments, hopefully, would be able to cater for the other classes…
Osinbajo added that the micro-credit scheme in which very low-cost loans would be given to more than one million artisans, traders, market women and others ranging from N60,000 to N100,000, would also kick off this month…
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