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Of a truth, nobody ever thought that by now school will still remain closed due to covid-19 pandemic.
It's well known that the federal government ordered for the closure of all schools, all in the view of ceasing the spread of covid-19. But now, students are very much eager to resume schools but it won't be advising because it will endanger their lives.
Honestly, the present pandemic of Nigerians over this pandemic has affected so many students, as students who that has bank verification number were complaining that most of them didn't get the money transferred from all residents at the onset of covid-19 pandemic.
Recently, the number of confirmed cases of covid-19 is above 31,000, some state that are highly affected like Lagos has so many students that has bank verification number which they are looking onto the federal government to transfer at least N10,000 to them.
It should not be forgotten that in the onset of this pandemic, the federal government ordered for the transfer of money to every resident which most citizens and students that has bank verification number received the money as well.
Looking as things are in Nigeria, all Nigerian student that has bank verification number should take note of this:
1. Students should never disclose their bank verification number to anyone who claims to call from the federal government. Because, they might tell you that the federal government had ordered for transferring money to all students, disregard such news for if the federal government wants to do such it will be officially made known to everyone.
2. Bank verification number is secretive please monitor how you disclose it to people for scammers can use it against you.
What do you have to say on this?
Are you expecting the federal government to transfer money to every student that has bank verification number?
Kindly tell us your opinion on the comment section.
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