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Recently, the Federal Executive Council approved N2.9 billion contracts yesterday being Wednesday for the printing of Examination materials but sensitive and non-sensitive materials.
Adamu Adamu, who is the current minister of education said that the contract of printing has been awarded to eight group of printers. He also added that the materials are meant for the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination, National Common Entrance Examination. And due to the ENDSARS unrest in the country examinations which is supposed to have taken place have been postponed
That same yesterday, the federal executive council also approved another N1.6 Billion for the upgrading and rehabilitation of some roads in the Federal Capital Territory.
Bello Mohammed, who is the current minister of the federal capital territory on his own part side that some of the roads which is located in the satellite towns of FCT needs to be rehabilitated.
The decision were taken at the council's meeting presided over by the Executive President of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari. and minister of Information, Lai Mohammed.
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