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Beneficiaries Of Govt Cash Transfer Save Up To N8m In Ten Months 

Beneficiaries Of Govt Cash Transfer Save Up To N8m In Ten Months

Beneficiaries of the Federal Government-sponsored Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) have saved up to N8 million in 10 months between January and October, this year. Information Guide Nigeria

According to DAILY POST, this was disclosed by the coordinator of the scheme in the area, Mr Dinda Tsapta, while addressing journalists at the local government of the beneficiaries in Bogoro, Bauchi State.

Mr Dinda Tsapta revealed that the amount was served through a joint contribution, Adashe, with the aim of assisting them live a productive life after graduating from the Scheme.

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DAILY POST reports that Mr Dinda Tsapta said that so far, a total of 785 households which were selected from 123 communities are currently benefitting from the programme and an additional 13 new communities have been enrolled.

Tsapta submitted that the cash transfer programme had impacted positively on many of the participating households as many of them were now not only involved in small scale businesses but also participated in economic activities. Jamb Result

The coordinator expressed gratitude to the chairman of Bogoro LGA, Honourable Iliya Habila and the state office of the scheme adding that the programme had impacted the participating households, positively.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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