How to Apply for FG N5,000 RRR Cash Grant using USSD

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How to Apply for FG N5,000 RRR Cash Grant using USSD
Posted on: August 10, 2022, 04:58:15 AM
The fact that the FG N5000 RRR cash transfer has begun and is currently in progress is no longer news; we will inform you how to conveniently obtain the amount in 2022. Is the RRR Cash Grant something you'd be interested in?

To eliminate poverty, the federal government has launched a proposal to provide N5,000 to one million Nigerian households. FG N5000 RRR Cash Transfer's Intentions


Yemi Osinbajo stated the Rapid Response Register (RRR) is intended for the urban poor and weak. which were chosen to utilize satellite technologies for remote sensing. Algorithms for machine learning and large-scale data analysis FG N5000 RRR money transfer application: Please follow the procedures below if you are experiencing difficulties.

FG N5,000 RRR Cash Grant: How to Apply




To apply for the FG N5000 RRR Cash Transfer, use the federal government-approved application codes below. Remember to enter your state code:

Don't forget to check if you're eligible before applying for the RRR cash grant.

The only way to apply for the N5,000 RRR cash grant is by phoning your state's appropriate USSD code(s). The application's dialing codes are shown below.

GENERAL CODE – *969# from any network



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#
Gombe code- *969*76#
Adamawa – *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#



Abia – *969*44#



Bayelsa – *969*53#



Kogi – *969*26#



Imo – *969*235#



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



Ekiti – *969*52#



Shagari *969-244#
Kebbe ‘969*245#
Wamakko *969*246#
Tambawal *969″247#
Tangaza *969*248#
Bodinga *969″249#
Sabon-Birni *969*250#
Dange Shuni *969-251#
Tureta *969*252#
Gudu *969″253#
Gada *969*254#
Sokoto North “969*255#
Yobe -*969*12#



Anambra – *969*22#



Akwa Ibom – *969*52#



Cross River – *969*54#



Kebbi –  *969*86#



Taraba – *969* 66#



NIGER STATE – The programme's first phase will capture just 15 LGAs: Agaie, Suleja, Mashegu, Wushishi, Borgu, Bosso, Edati, Gbako, Rafi, Mariga, kacha, Munya, Paikoro, and Magama.!



Suleja, *969*148#



Munya *969*147#



Mashegu*969*151#



Bosso *969*156#



Paikoro *969*157#



Gbako *969*149#



Agaie *969*150#



Katcha *969*152#



Shiroro *969*151#



Mariga *969*154#



Wushishi *969*155#



Magama*969*158#



Rafi*969*159#



Borgu*969*160#



Edati*969*161#
 

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