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Application Portal For FG Conditional Cash Transfer In 36 States-Apply: The FG Conditional Cash Transfer programme has fully resumed in some states of the Federation, the Conditional Cash Transfer scheme is meant;

  • To give the poorest of the poor cash gift of N5000
  • To supported the poor and vulnerable to improve consumption and healthy leaving
  • Reducing poverty, preventing vulnerable households from falling further down the poverty line and
  • Building their resilience to withstand shocks.

The Lagos state chapter of the FG Conditional Cash Transfer, wisher to announce the resumption of the cash disbursement to the poor, this was made known by the , Mrs. Yetunde Arobieke, the Lagos State, Commissioner for Wealth Creation and Employment

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”The programme is to facilitate the transfer of N5,000 per month to beneficiaries, which is paid on a bi-monthly basis (every two months), with payment given to all eligible households selected from the National Social Register.

”The livelihood component of this programme is fundamentally aimed at enabling beneficiaries to establish a sustainable means of livelihood.

”A total number of 6,810 beneficiaries from six targeted LGAs (Apapa, Amuwo-Odofin, Epe, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos Island and Badagry) have been benefitting from the Conditional Cash Transfer programme in Lagos State since its implementation,” Mrs. Yetunde Arobieke explained

Conditional Cash Transfer Resumes In 36 states and Abuja


Abia State

Adamawa State

Akwa Ibom State

Anambra State


Bauchi State

Bayelsa State

Benue State

Borno State

Cross River State

Delta State

Ebonyi State

Edo State

Ekiti State

Enugu State

FCT – Abuja

Gombe State

Imo State

Jigawa State

Kaduna State

Kano State

Katsina State

Kebbi State

Kogi State

Kwara State

Lagos State

Nasarawa State

Niger State

Ogun State

Ondo State

Osun State

Oyo State

Plateau State

Rivers State

Sokoto State

Taraba State

Yobe State

Zamfara State


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