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Rapid Response Register (RRR) Grant Application Closing Date Announced
Rapid Response Register (RRR) Grant Application Closing Date Announced

It is no longer news that the Vice President N5000 RRR Cash Transfer has commenced and is still ongoing, we will be walking you on how you can easily access the fund in 2022.

This online news platform understands that the fund transfer has already started, and many households have received the money. It was reported that so far about 3,000 plus households have received the N5,000, and the beneficiaries have left testimonies.

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Aim Of N5000 RRR Cash Transfer

According to the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, the Rapid Response Register (RRR) is meant for the urban poor and vulnerable people that have been selected by using a scientific satellite remote sensory technology, a machine learning algorithm, and big data analysis.

If you are finding it difficult to apply for the FG N5000 RRR Cash Transfer, kindly follow the below steps:

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How to Register for FG N5,000 RRR Cash Transfer

Interested applicants should note that there is no online application for the programme, kindly follow the below federal government-approved application codes for each state to apply. Make sure to use the code for your state to apply:

FG Approves State Code For The Registration Of Rapid Response Register (RRR) in Nigeria.

GENERAL CODE – *969# from any network

1. Abia – *969*44#

2. Bayelsa – *969*53#

3. Kogi – *969*26#

4. Imo – *969*235#

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

6. Ekiti – *969*52#

7. 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

8. Lagos – *969*98#

9. Katsina – *969*77#

10. Gombe code- *969*76#

11. Adamawa – *969*22#

12. Maiduguri – *969*10#

13. Osun State – *969*54#

14. Oyo – *969*20#

15. Bauchi – *969*113#

16. Abuja – *969*67#

17. Sokoto State. *969*84# 1. Shagari *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. Tureta *969*252# 10. Gudu *969″253# 11. Gada *969*254# 12. Sokoto North “969*255#

18. Yobe -*969*12#

19. Anambra – *969*22#

 

20. Akwa Ibom – *969*52#

21. Cross River – *969*54#

22. Kebbi – *969*86#

23. Taraba – *969* 66#

24. NIGER STATE – However, the first phase of the programme will capture just 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#
  • 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#

25. ENUGU

  • Aninri ( Mbu Ovum) *969*49915#
  • Awgu (Umuhu) *969*49971#
  • Enugu East (Mbulunjiodo Emene) *969*50023#
  • En North (China town Artisan) *969*50097#
  • En South (Obegu 1, Uhu) *96950569#
  • Ezeagu (Aguobu Owa Ezema) *969*50641#
  • Igbo Etiti (Ukehe 1 Amakofia Aguelu) *969*50653#
  • Igboeze North (Ette 1 Adupi) *969*50768#
  • Igboeze S (Ajuona Ovoko Amagu) *969*51161#
  • Is Uzo (Ikem 1 Agbuhu) *969*51185#
  • Nkanu East (Amagunze Ohuani Amagunze Amangene) *969*51268#
  • Nk West (Agbani Ajene) *969*51301
  • Nsukka (Akalite Agumu) *969*51485#
  • Oji River (Oji River II Dodo) *969*51875#
  • Udenu (Orba II Ohom Agu) *969*51990#
  • Obollo Afor Umeha *969*51930#
  • Udi (Abia Agbani) *969*52007#
  • Uzo Uwani (Adani Amagu) *969*52093#