How to Register for Conditional Cash Transfer in Nigeria

The Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) program is a social welfare initiative created by the government of Nigeria to combat the rising poverty rate in the country by providing a specific amount of money to impoverished, unemployed, and vulnerable citizens. In this post, you will learn how to register for the Conditional Cash Transfer program in Nigeria and become a beneficiary.

It’s important to note that the government transfers money to individuals who meet the program’s requirements. We will also outline the criteria for fund transfers, so keep reading!

How Much Does the FG Transfer to Beneficiaries?

According to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Mrs Betta Edu, beneficiaries will receive a minimum of N50,000 through the Federal Government’s Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) program. She strongly urges Nigerians not to accept amounts lower than N50,000.

“Should any of our officials involved in the program offer you an amount less than the minimum of N50,000, do not accept it. Report such incidents to me or your state governor using the provided telephone numbers.”

Furthermore, the Minister has embraced digital payment methods for the N50,000 conditional cash transfer.

How to Register for Conditional Cash Transfer

Registering for the Conditional Cash Transfer program is not a straightforward application process; it is based on a selection process conducted through assessment. Here’s how the registration process works:

1. The process is initiated by the Youth Employment and Social Support Operation (YESSO).

2. YESSO agents will contact the head of the beneficiary’s community. A town crier will then be summoned to call the community members to a meeting at designated locations where enumeration will be carried out.

3. The list compiled by YESSO will be submitted to the National Cash Transfer Office (NCTO), which will dispatch agents to your community to publicly display the list at specified locations.

4. Subsequently, NCTO will digitally capture the beneficiaries and issue them with official ID cards.

Criteria for FG Conditional Cash Transfer

The Conditional Cash Transfer program is exclusively intended for the following categories of individuals:

  • The unbanked
  • Those without social media accounts or smartphones
  • Individuals without formal education
  • The most economically disadvantaged members of society.

You may also like to read: Conditional Cash Transfer USSD codes for all states in Nigeria.

14 thoughts on “How to Register for Conditional Cash Transfer in Nigeria”

  1. What are we going to gain from federal government? Mr president said cct transfer is gonna help Nigeria citizens and some states and not on the list, those remaining states how are they going to partake in this blessing? Since I know my left and right hand I haven’t gain anything from federal government, are we going to continue lkie this I’m fed up this is country is something else

  2. all the criteria am seeing is not what is mentioned becos people that are getting this money are those with qualifications, social media actives, and many more here are getting the money and they said they did not register anything regard to that

  3. Federal government should help us from the hand of scammers dropping illegal links for conditional cash transfer please.

  4. is Nigeria not for all? we all experiencing the hardship cost by feul subsidy removal. what is really happen to those who are not working class and young school leavers? we all know Nigerian environment is not business friendly


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