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Important Message To Those Expecting The N30,000 Cash Transfer From FG

Here is an important message to Nigerians who are expecting the N30,000 cash transfer from the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Just about two days ago (on Friday), we've been reading in every news platforms that Nigeria government has embark on giving out N30,000 stipends to some people in the country.

According to those news report, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Forouq is the one heading and monitoring how the money will get to those who will benefit from it.

Well i actually don't know the reason they started to distribute money suddenly in the country but in Sadiya Forouq's statement, she Nigeria President, General Muhammadu Buhari was bringing this stipend to relief unemployed and the vulnerable ones in the country.

That's not the first time we've been hearing this, but incase you're part of those expecting the money, i have an important message for you.

Firstly, if you've been thinking about what you're going to do with the money because you read one news or anything, please i will advice you to stop thinking about it, it's not everybody that will benefit from the money.

Secondly, do not accept any money less than the sum of N30,000 and do not collect any amount above N80,000 if it happens any money was transferred to you by the Federal Government.

The minister said beneficiary will get the minimum of N30,000 while the maximum one will receive is N80,000.

And lastly if you see anything different from the second message passed above, kindly traced the money for security purpose.

That's my message for you, the programme has started in some norther part of the country, lets wait and see what will happen in other region.

Just make sure you follow us for more updates on the cash transfer.

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