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They collected back the money after taking pictures and gave us only N2,000 – Beneficiaries of the N20,000 Coronavirus relief fund claims

The Conditional Cash Transfer program which was said to be an intervention program initiated by President Muhammadu Buhari has so far been said to have shared billions of Naira to Nigerians.

The program which started in Kwali, Abuja was confirmed to have empowered many households in various states.

Payments of N20,000 were being made to the poorest and most vulnerable households in Nigeria.

Many had suspected it to be the usual gimmicks by the federal government to loot and clearly looks like bring true.

While those on the side of the federal government have been all over social media platforms promoting the program, some sections of the people decided to do a little research and ask questions, they expressed concerns that nobody around them has received or benefited from the scheme.

One of the supposed beneficiaries had revealed that people should not be deceived by the pictures of old women holding monies online that most of them returned the monies after picture taking and they were now given N2,000.

One of the people who disclosed to our source in Adamawa State, she said;

“Dont mind them, they collected back the money after taking pictures and gave us only N2,000.”

One Reply to “They collected back the money after taking pictures and gave us only N2,000 – Beneficiaries of the N20,000 Coronavirus relief fund claims

  1. Pls the poor nigerias forgot the money there are talking about, let the rich still older the money to them self because the money is 20,000 and there are now giving 2000 to some people and keep 18,000 to dem self, poor Nigerias call your god if that money is for the poor, any body that take 18,000 out of any body 20,000 god we call you to put something bad then coronavirus house and is life,god protect the good people for us in nigeria and in the world

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