Survival Fund Payroll Support Scheme For North West States

The payroll support scheme for North West States has been released, showing the number of candidates (both male and female) that have been employed so far, and also if there are still slots to accommodate more applicants.

Survival Fund Payroll Scheme For North East States

You can view the breakdown for North East States, and North Central States, from our previous posts.

The breakdown for North West States is given below;

1. KANO Survival Fund Payroll

  • Total Employees so far: Seventeen thousand (17,000)
  • State status: Closed (Not employing)
  • Male: 68%
  • Female: 32%

2. KADUNA Survival Fund Payroll

  • Total Employees so far: Thirteen thousand (13,000)
  • State status: Closed (Not employing)
  • Male: 59%
  • Female: 41%
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3. KATSINA Survival Fund Payroll

  • Total Employees so far: Thirteen thousand (13,000)
  •  State status: Closed (Not employing)
  • Male: 71%
  • Female: 29%

4. ZAMFARA Survival Fund Payroll

  • Total Employees so far: Thirteen thousand (13,000)
  • State status: Closed (Not employing)
  • Male: 65%
  • Female: 35%

5. SOKOTO Survival Fund Payroll

  • Total Employees so far: Seven thousand, and eighty-four (7,084)
  • State status: Open (Employing)
  • Male: 70%
  • Female: 30%

6. JIGAWA Survival Fund Payroll

  • Total Employees so far: Eight thousand, one hundred and ninety (8,190)
  • State status: Open (Employing)
  • Male: 72%
  • Female: 28%

7. KEBBI Survival Fund Payroll

  • Total Employees so far: Four thousand, four hundred and fifty-nine (4,459)
  • State status: Open (Employing)
  • Male: 68%
  • Female: 32%
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This means that four (4) States in the North-West region are now closed, and won’t be accepting any applicant. While three (3) States out of seven States, are still open to accommodate more candidates.

Note: Ensure you contact the focal personnels for enquiry on how to be part of the scheme.

Updated: January 20, 2021 — 3:55 pm

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