FG N5000 RRR Cash Grant USSD Code (*969#) for 2022 Application

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The Rapid Response Register (RRR) for the COVID-19 cash transfer optimizes targeting of poor urban beneficiaries. The N5,000 (for 12 months) RRR Cash Grant can only be requested by calling USSD code(s)which vary by state

Nigeria launched the Rapid Response Register (RRR) for COVID-19 cash transfer, to complement already existing platforms under the World Bank-supported National Social Safety Nets Project (NASSP), which were capturing and registering the urban poor and vulnerable across Nigeria.

Are you interested in the RRR cash grant?

The Federal Government has announced a plan to disburse 5,000 Naira to one million households across Nigeria in a bid to eradicate poverty.

Purpose of FG N5000 RRR Funds Transfer

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said the Rapid Response Registry (RRR) is for the urban poor and weak. which have been selected using scientific remote sensing satellite technology. machine learning algorithm and big data analysis

If you are having difficulty making an FG N5000 RRR money transfer request, please follow the steps below:

How to Apply for FG Cash Grant N5,000 RRR

Follow the federally approved application codes below to request the FG N5000 RRR funds transfer. Be sure to use the code to apply your state:

Before applying for the RRR cash grant, note that the grant is intended for poor and vulnerable urban households.

The only way to apply for the N5,000 RRR cash grant is to dial the USSD code(s) according to your state.

Below are the codes to dial for the application

GENERAL CODE – *969# from any network

Abia – *969*44#

Bayelsa – *969*53#

Kogis – *969*26#

Immo – *969*235#

Ebonyi – *969*44# *969*40# for ohaukwu-ebonyi

Ekiti – *969*52#

Nasarawa – *969*90# – AKWANGA 83• AWE 84. • DOMA 85 • KARU 86• KEANA 87. KEFFI 88 •KOKONA 89. LAFIA 90. • NASARAWA 91. 10 NASSARAV4A-EGGON 92• OBI 93.TOTO 94

Lagos – *969*98#

Katsina – *969*77#

Code Gombe – *969*76#

Adamaoua – *969*22#

Maiduguri – *969*10#

Osun State – *969*54#

Oyo – *969*20#

Bauchi – *969*113#

Abuja – *969*67#

Delta State – *969*12#

Sokoto State. *969*84#

1. Chagari *969-244#

2. Kebbe ‘969*245#

3. Wamakko *969*246#

4. Tambawal *969″247#

5. Tangaza *969*248#

6. Bodinga *969″249#

7. Sabon-Birni *969*250#

8. Dange Shuni *969-251#

9. Turette *969*252#

10. Goudou *969″253#

11. Gada *969*254#

12. North Sokoto “969*255#

Yobe -*969*12#

Anambra – *969*22#

Akwa Ibom – *969*52#

River crossing – *969*54#

Kebi – *969*86#

Taraba – *969* 66#

STATE OF NIGER – The first phase of the program will concern only 15 LGAs which are; Agaie, Suleja, Mashegu, Wushishi, Borgu, Bosso, Edati, Gbako, Rafi, Mariga, Kacha, Munya, Paikoro and Magama.!

Suleja, *969*148#

Munya *969*147#

Mashegu*969*151#

Chief *969*156#

Paikoro *969*157#

Gbako *969*149#

Agay *969*150#

Katcha *969*152#

Chiroro *969*151#

Mary *969*154#

Wushishi *969*155#

Magama*969*158#

Rafi*969*159#

Borgou*969*160#

Edati*969*161#

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