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Survival Fund Payroll for States In North Central

Survival fund which is an initiative of the Federal Government (FG), has received a massive progress within a short space of time. The scheme has helped a lot of persons, and still on the move to accommodate more persons.

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Among the North Central states, four (4) states has already closed the entry of beneficiaries into the payroll scheme, while the raimaining three (3) States are still open to accept more employees.

The statistics are given below;

1. ABUJA

Total Employees so far: thirteen thousand, and fourteen (13,014).

b. State status: Closed (Not employing)

c. Male candidates: 51%

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d. Female candidates: 49%

2. BENUE STATE

Total Employees so far: thirteen thousand, and fourteen (13,014).

b. State status: Closed (Not employing)

c. Male candidates: 59%

d. Female candidates: 41%

3. PLATEAU STATE

Total Employees so far: thirteen thousand, and three (13,003).

b. State status: Closed (Not employing)

c. Male candidates: 55%

d. Female candidates: 45%

4. NASARAWA STATE

Total Employees so far: twelve thousand, five hundred, and sixty-four (12,564)

b. State status: Open (Not employing)

c. Male candidates: 55%

d. Female candidates: 45%

5. NIGER STATE

Total Employees so far: twelve thousand, and ninety-five (12,095).

b. State status: Open (Not employing)

c. Male candidates: 58%

d. Female candidates: 42%

6. KOGI STATE

Total Employees so far: four thousand, nine hundred and sixty-six (4,966).

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b. State status: Open (Not employing)

c. Male candidates: 52%

d. Female candidates: 48%

7. KWARA STATE

Total Employees so far: five thousand, and thirteen (5,013).

b. State status: Open (Not employing)

c. Male candidates: 51%

d. Female candidates: 49%

From the payroll support scheme, the three (3) states that are still are Kogi, Kwara, and Niger states while the four that aren’t open includes the FCT (Abuja), Nasarawa, Plateau, and Benue states.

This means that, interested applicants can still carry on with the registration process for only the states that are open.

Note: Each states has focal persons who can be contacted for enquiry/registration.

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  1. Jerry Agada

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    Good news

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