Sadiya Farouq, the minister of Humanitarian Affairs, was on Saturday told Nigerians what to do if they receive less than ₦30,000 from the Federal Government’s Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT).
According to daily post, Sadiya said that president Buhari's administration is transferring thirty thousand naira (₦30,000)and eighty thousand naira (₦80,000) maximum respectively to the less privileged Nigerians in other to help the poor Nigerians through its initiative program.
However, she told Nigerians never to collect any amount less than ₦30,000 from any their officials in charge of distributing the cash. She assured Nigerians to report the official directly to her or its state government with the contact that will be made available to them. she added.
In her words, she said; “Should any of our officials involved in the programme give you anything short of the minimum amount of N30,000, do not collect. Report to me or your state governor through telephone numbers made available to you.”
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