While joy spread through the air over the N30, 000 credit alert received by many beneficiaries, some departed batch A and B Npower beneficiaries mistook the payment for a purported NEXIT Loan Training Allowance.
To clear up any misunderstandings, there is/was no training allowance for departed Npower beneficiaries who just completed their NEXIT Loan Training in any of the Federation’s states. During the NEXIT Loan Training, however, the recipients were served Item 7.
The N30, 000 currently being paid to the beneficiaries is for the RRR – COVID-19 Rapid Response Register Cash Transfer, which was initiated and coordinated by the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development to identify and document the poor who have lost their income streams and, as a result, have become poorer as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic’s harsh economic impact.
The National Social Safety-Net Coordinating Office, which is housed under the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development, is listed on the Credit Alerts that beneficiaries are receiving.
The N30, 000 Credit Alert is a payment for 6 months that is counted as N5, 000 per month and acts as the overall payment to the COVID-19 conditional cash transfer RRR program’s particular Batch of recipients.
Other batches may arise if the Ministry improves its response to the economic crisis brought on by the COVID-19 Pandemic, including the Social Safety Net Program and other initiatives.
Enrollment was done by dialing 969community code# and entering the unique USSD Codes assigned to each state. The enrolling codes were widely disseminated on social media, generating a lot of curiosity from potential program participants.
Congratulations if you received the N30,000 Credit Alert. If you successfully joined in the program but have not yet received your payment, please turn up the volume on your Alert ringtone and wait for it to arrive.
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