Currently, as at the time of writing this post, we have started seeing updates on payment alerts from the beneficiaries of the FG Conditional Cash transfer.
To keep you updated with the latest news on the FG 5,000 Conditional Cash Transfer which is currently going on, we have gathered a recap and info.
We previously posted that the aim of the Federal Government with the Conditional Cash Transfer is to disburse N5,000 to one million households across Nigeria with the aim to eradicate poverty.
This shows that the aim and plan of the Federal Government are to normalize funds across the poorest households in Nigeria.
As we mentioned above, the news shows that over 4000 households have received the N5,000 RRR fund transfer already and some beneficiaries made their testimonies to the FG Conditional Cash Transfer plan.
However, some people have applied but haven’t been approved or received the Conditional Cash grant yet, to solve this we have come up with the requirements.
Requirements for the FG Conditional Cash Transfer
Must be living in an urban poor area
Must be a vulnerable Nigerian
Must hold a crucial position in the community
If you have evidence of your vulnerability, it’s an advantage.
For some people who are curious about applying for the FG Conditional Cash Transfer, check the below guide.
How to Apply for FG Conditional Cash Transfer N5,000
Applying for the FG Conditional Cash Transfer is quite easy, all you have to do is follow the necessary guide.
Do note that the cash grant is meant for people from urban poor and vulnerable households.
Also note that you can’t apply for the FG Conditional Cash Transfer online, as there is no portal for registration online.
You have to do this manually, by dialing the USSD code, the USSD code is dialed depending on your state.
The general FG Conditional Cash Transfer Application USSD code is *969#
To apply with your state USSD code, kindly check this page as it contains state-specified USSD codes.
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