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Di Nigerian Government don tok say over N58 Billion don go into di hands of less privileged Nigerians under di Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) in di past two months.
Halima Shehu, National Cordinator of Household Uplifting Programme, Conditional Cash Transfer (HUP – CCT), been tok dis one for Yola, Adamawa State on Thursday, November 12, 2021.
Halima tok say di aim of di programme na to support households and dem dey target people wey dey live for inside village.
Dis na how Halima tok am:
”As we are all aware that poverty and hunger are high and prevalent among rural dwellers, especially, female-headed households with poor sources of income in Nigeria.
“In furtherance to that, the Federal Government established the Household Uplifting Programme – Conditional Cash Transfer (HUP – CCT), with a slogan ‘ Beta don come’ to help alleviate the poverty of the poor. In line with the programme, in the last two months, across the country, the Federal Government has disbursed the sum of N58 billion Naira to the less privileged.”