The presidency listed a number of the initiatives that President Muhammad Bukhari launched throughout his 5 years in workplace to indicate the extent of his take care of youth.
Femi Adesina, Particular Adviser to the President for Media and Propaganda, in an article titled “Lest We Overlook: Alternatives for Nigerian Youth by the Buhari Administration,” collected 16 initiatives of the President for Youth.
In response to him, youth have at all times been on the heart of his administration's insurance policies.  She included Adesina N-Energy, a month-to-month allowance for New York Metropolis, the Nigeria Naira Youth Funding Fund, a particular public works program, and a $ 20 million fund for Nigerian innovators and tech entrepreneurs, amongst others as a part of the President's Goodwill Youth Fund.
In response to him, “N-Energy: 500,000 had been registered in two batches between 2016 and 2020 and 30,000 had been obtained monthly, with the third batch of 400,000 being recorded in progress.
” Month-to-month allowance for New York Metropolis elevated e from N19600 to N33000; Greater than 300,000 beneficiaries monthly.
“75 billion Nigerian naira to the Youth Funding Fund (NYIF), for firms owned by younger Nigerians between the ages of 18 and 35.
” Particular Public Works Program to supply 3-month employment alternatives for 774,000 younger Nigerians throughout the nation ( 1,000 beneficiaries per LGA).
5. A $ 20 million fund for Nigerian tech innovators and entrepreneurs, managed by BOI.
As talked about the Nationwide Younger Farmer Scheme and Accelerated Agricultural Growth Plan (AADS).
Others are the Artistic Industries Funding Initiative (CIFI); DEEL – D – Digital Abilities E – Entrepreneurship E – Employability L – Management.
Additionally on his record are NESP-Properties, 5M Photo voltaic Connections Program, Energizing Training Program, EEP, Presidential Youth Empowerment Scheme (P-YES), annual Nationwide Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Awards, Nationwide Survival Fund, and 52% of loans The FG-owned Nigerian Growth Financial institution (DBN) disbursed in 2019 was for youth and women-owned companies.