5,000 Monthly Stipends For Nigerian Households:FG. Approves Rapid Response Register State Codes… See How To Check; Register!

To ease the Rapid Response Register, the federal government in its wisdom came up with a modality by approving state codes to make the registration easy for people across the nation.

The RRR helps local and state public health and disaster response agencies rapidly establish registries of persons who are exposed or potentially exposed to chemicals or other harmful agents during catastrophic events.

The Rapid Response Register is A 2.3 trillion naira stimulus package by the federal government to mitigate the effect of covid-19 .An initiative being overseen by the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.

The target group will include the urban poor and vulnerable population. Also, those low-income earners involved in the informal sector who may have lost their income opportunities will be eligible for registration into the Rapid Response Register.

At the very least, one million households total of million across 36 states and the FCT will be targeted & enrolled through this new COVID-19 Special Rapid Registry of the beneficiary. Every household captured in this register will be paid N5,000 monthly for an initial period of 12 months.

How To Register for the Rapid Response Register (RRR)

The nationwide code of *969# can be dialed to get connected to the RRR Call center for inquiries, with each participating Local Government Area and Ward having their unique USSD codes that the target individuals/households could text to apply for registration into the RRR.

Rapid Response Register (RRR) Nation Wide Codes

These codes represent various states in Nigeria but differ from that of the various local governments or locations in your state. Whatever it is, all of it works perfectly.

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GENERAL CODE – *969# from any network

Abia – *969*44#
Bayelsa – *969*53#
Kogi – *969*26#
Imo – *969*235#
Ebonyi – *969*44# *969*40# for Ohaukwu-Ebonyi
Ekiti – *969*52#
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# 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. Dance Shuni *969-251# 9. Teresa *969*252# 10. Gudu *969″253# 11. Gada *969*254# 12. 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- However, the first phase of the program will capture just 15 LGAs : Suleja, Mashegu, Wushishi, Borgu, Bosso, Edati, Gbako, Rafi, Mariga, Kacha, Munya, Paikoro, and Magama.
Suleja, *969*148#
Many *969*147#
Mashegu*969*151#
Bosso *969*156#
Paikoro *969*157#
Gbako *969*149#
Again *969*150#
Katcha *969*152#
Shiroro *969*151#
Mariga *969*154#
Wushishi *969*155#
Magama*969*158#
Rafi*969*159#
Borgu*969*160#
Edit*969*161#

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