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New Update On FG N30,000 RRR Cash Grant - Sep 2023

Sep 2, 2023

New Update On FG N30,000 RRR Cash Grant - Sep 2023:President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Renewed Hope agenda is at the forefront of the Federal Government’s efforts to uplift those facing economic hardships. 


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This agenda centers around providing aid and assistance to individuals and families affected by various challenges, including the COVID-19 pandemic.

By aligning with this agenda, the new Humanitarian Affairs Minister, Dr. Betta Edu, is committed to delivering tangible support to those in need, fostering a sense of optimism and progress in society.

Rapid Response Register (RRR) for COVID-19 Cash Transfer

The Rapid Response Register (RRR) for COVID-19 Cash Transfer is a significant initiative backed by the World Bank and spearheaded by the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development.

Its primary purpose is to identify urban and semi-urban individuals who have been severely impacted by income loss due to the pandemic. 

This initiative seeks to provide a one-time payment of N5,000 per month for six months, totaling N30,000, to alleviate the financial burden on those who have been adversely affected.

How To Apply For FG RRR Grant's

To successfully apply for the RRR cash grant, remember that this scheme is aimed primarily at urban poor and vulnerable households. Here is your step-by-step guide:

    • Dial the USSD code(s) allocated to your state. This is the only way to apply for the N5,000 RRR cash grant.

    • Use the federal government-approved application codes. These codes are state-specific, so make sure you use the correct one for your region.

GENERAL CODE – *969# from any network

    • Abia – 96944#

    • Bayelsa – 96953#

    • Kogi – 96926#

    • Imo – 969235#

    • Ebonyi – 96944# 96940# for ohaukwu-ebonyi

And so on.