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Kwara Cash Transfer Unit Begins Enrollment for Renewed Hope Conditional Cash Transfer Program

The Kwara State Cash Transfer Unit (Kw SCTU) has kickstarted the enrollment process for the Renewed Hope Conditional Cash Transfer Program, a National Social Safety Net project scale-up (NASSP-SU), aligning with the Renewed Hope Agenda of His Excellency President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. The initiative aims to bring financial relief to vulnerable citizens in the state.
Over 105,000 households are set to benefit from the ongoing enrollment across 16 LGAs of the state.
In a statement made by the National Program Manager, Dr. Micheal Ajuluchuku, the enrollment targets 68,653 individuals from the National Social Register (NSR) and an additional 36,722 beneficiaries from the Rapid Response Register (RRR). The enrollment is actively taking place in all 16 Local Government Areas and in the 193 wards across 6,731 communities in Kwara State.
The State Program Manager, Dr. Aminah Yahaya, urged beneficiaries to provide their National Identification Numbers (NIN) during the enrollment process to meet the eligibility criteria for opening bank accounts, in fulfillment of recent directives from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). Those who have not yet registered for a NIN are encouraged to do so. 

She also stated that individuals on the disclosure list should bring along a means of identification to authenticate their identity during enrollment.

All beneficiaries will be paid through their bank accounts. Those with existing bank accounts will receive payments through their respective accounts, while new accounts will be opened by the program for those who do not have one. This strategy will help to ensure that all beneficiaries are included in the program.

Each beneficiary will receive ₦25,000 per payment cycle, for a total of three cycles, resulting in a total financial support of ₦75,000.
The financial assistance is intended to make a significant impact on the lives of the beneficiaries, contributing to their well-being and resilience amidst the hardship caused by the current economic situation in the country.

We urge Kwarans to visit their communities and find out if their community is part of the current disclosure list, which is often displayed in the community leader's house or any other accessible place chosen by the community for convenience.
The office of the Renewed Hope Conditional Cash Transfer, as well as the local government desk offices, can be reached for any complaints or grievances that may arise during the enrollment process. We can also be reached on our toll-free lines, which are displayed in communities for immediate resolution.
The enrollment exercise, which began last Wednesday, will last for ten days."

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