Imo lawmaker partners NSIP, train independent monitors
Written By Anthony Iwuoma
Posted By Town Crier News Nigeria
Published By Fitness Network Communications
Senator Frank Ibezim, representing Imo North Senatorial District, has collaborated with the National Social Investment Programme, NSIP, under the auspices of the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs to train and equip ten youths, as independent monitors of the Federal Government NSIP Programmes in the district.
Among others, the beneficiaries were equipped with electronic notepads and uniforms, with stipulated monthly stipends.
The NSIPProgrammes include Job Creation-NPOWER; National Home-Grown School Feeding, NHGSFP; Conditional Cash Transfer, CCT; and the Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme, GEEP.
The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, FMHADMSD, has trained since inception over 7,452 independent monitors to ensure effective implementation and monitoring of the integrated National Social Investment Programmes, NSIP, across the country.
The distinguished lawmaker has been unrelenting in initiating programmes that would improve the economic lives of his constituents and thereby reduce social vices among the people.
Some of the empowerment programmes have begun bearing fruits, as 60 beneficiaries, who passed out of the training programme, have now proudly showcased their products.
Only recently, Ibezim, who is a member of the Senate Committee on Basic and Foundational Education, bagged the ‘Most Outstanding Performance in Education’ award.
The vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Industries, was presented with the award during the Nigeria Orientation Assembly Award 2022, organised by the National Institute of Legislative and Democratic Studies.
Ibezim’s trail blazing solar panel and street lights projects have lit up the Imo North, also called Okigwe Zone thus enhancing economic well-being of the constituents