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Coronavirus: Nigeria Government Paying $50 To Citizens

Have you received the payment yet? Nigerian government has started making payment of $50 to citizens amid coronavirus financial hardship.

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Amid coronavirus financial hardship in Nigeria, the Buhari Administration has started making payment of N20,000 ($50) to every poor household in the country.

Poor people at the Kwali Area of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja on Wednesday received N20,000 each from the Federal Government of Nigeria, channelstv reports.

FG Begins disbursement of N20,000 to poor households

FG Begins disbursement of N20,000 to poor households /Credit/ ChannelsTV

The pictures sighted on Channelstv portal confirmed that the Nigeria government has commenced disbursement due to the scourge of COVID-19.

How can I receive payment from the Nigeria government?

According to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadia Umar-Farouk, said on Wednesday:

  • “Because of this COVID-19, the vulnerable groups have to expand, because we are aware that there are people who live on daily wage, so we are also going to look at those groups of people to see how we can get this food relief intervention to them in this period.”

How much is Nigeria government paying?

  • The Federal Government is giving out N20,000 per person for the next four months starting from March 2020.

How can I receive money from the Nigeria government?

  • “We have directed immediate cash transfer to the poorest and most vulnerable households in the country,”

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