Kaka who addressed Borno South at the Public Gathering, expressed this at the debut meeting of the board on Wednesday in Abuja.
The national government had on Oct. 8, briefly suspended the N-Power Program of the Government Service of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation to guarantee legitimate review of the program.
“For now, I’m yet to receive the official briefing on the suspension and the substitution of a new programme.
“I don’t want to comment on that but as a lawmaker saddled with the responsibility of this committee, I will study the enabling law that brought N-power as well as the bill that is before us that scaled second reading.
“If there is no overlap and it is out, and the suspension was in the best interest of Nigerians, I will allow it go. But where the suspension is in the best interest of Nigerians, you will see me shouting on the floor that we should bring it back.
“I will not comment on whether we are going to investigate or not until after receiving briefs from the relevant MDAs,” he said.
The central government sent off the N-Power plot on June 8, 2016, to address youth joblessness and help to increment social turn of events.
The plan was made as a part of the government’s National Social Investment Programme.
It will be reviewed that the National Social Investment Programme Agency (NSIPA) Amendment , 2023, had on Tuesday, scaled through a second perusing at the Senate.
The bill looked to correct the National Social Investment Programme Agency Act for appropriate and powerful administration and execution of the Public Social Venture Projects under the Administration.
It additionally looked to move the organization from the Service of Helpful Issues to the Administration under the immediate oversight of the President.