She talked on Saturday at a press preparation in Gusau, Zamfara State, NAN reports.
Farouq said the President Muhammadu Buhari organization's drive was to carry aid to poor people, jobless and defenseless residents.
The clergyman said recipients will get at least N30,000 and a limit of N80,000.
"Should any of our authorities engaged with the program give you anything shy of the base measure of N30,000, don't gather. Report to me or your state representative through phone numbers made accessible to you."
She clarified why the program was at this point to completely take off in certain states.
Farouq noticed that states should be, "30 percent prepared regarding their responsibility and faculty contribution before the national government comes in with the staying 70 percent".
"In Zamfara where we are currently, the administration had demonstrated 70 percent responsibility. We have begun with networks in six out of the 14 neighborhood government regions, others will before long take off," Farouq included.
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