28 August 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos- The Subsidy Reinvestment and Empowerment Programme, SURE-P, has advised participants in its Community Service, Women and Youth Empowerment Project, CSWYE, to position themselves as ambassadors of the Federal Government’s transformation agenda.
SURE-P’s Project Implementation Unit, PIU, domiciled in the Ministry of Labour and Productivity, made the call in a statement.
“Participants are urged to as usual position and portray themselves as ambassadors of the Federal Government’s transformation agenda and not allow themselves to be used by agents of destabilisation,” the statement said.
Also in the statement, PIU urged participants to go for their entitlement as this has been logded with their banks.
According to the statement, “All those who have not received bank confirmation should go to the banks to confirm the circumstances surrounding their entitlements as all necessary documentation was passed on to the banks within two days of the receipt of the fund”.
The PIU further assured that disbursement to beneficiaries would be regularly made for every month as the funds come in.
CSWYE project is one of the key delivery channels of the SURE-P programme and presently engages up to 370,000 Nigerian youths deployed in community development services across the country.