The Federal Government is set to distribute N25,000 monthly across 15 million households nationwide as part of measures to minimise the level of economic hardship faced by Nigerians.

Since coming to office last year, President Bola Tinubu ended fuel subsidies and currency controls, leading to a tripling of petrol prices and a spike in living costs as the naira slid against the dollar.

The policies of the current administration has subjected many Nigerians to suffer an economic crisis with soaring inflation, leaving many people struggling to afford food. Many citizens have taken to the streets to register their displeasure with President Tinubu’s style of leadership.

Speaking during an exclusive interview, the Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy, Wale Edun, said the Federal Government is working to alleviate the hardship, especially for the poor and vulnerable.

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