The Schwab Foundation, a sister organisation of the World Economic Forum (WEF), has endorsed President Muhammadu Buhari’s National Social Investment Programmes(N-SIPs).
MacArthur Foundation on Tuesday, March 12, launched the Catalytic Capital Consortium, dedicating $150 million to help address financing gaps in impact investing, particularly for funds and intermediaries that are not a fit for conventional investment.
The Presidency has slammed Senator Danjuma Goje over his criticism of the Buhari administration’s Social Investment Programme (SIP).
Senior Special Assistant on Media and publicity, Laolu Akande, said contrary to Goje’s view, the programme is touching the lives of many Nigerians
Akande denied the claim that the SIP has received over a N1trn already.