COVID-19: Presidency Debunks Payment of N30,000 Relief Package to Nigerians With Verified BVN

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Saturday, March 28, 2020   /02:44 PM / News / Header Image Credit: @DigiCommsNG

 

The Presidency Office on Digital Engagement (PODE) via its official twitter handle, @DigiCommsNG, has debunked the payment of the sum of N30,000 to all Nigerians with Verified BVN account.

 

The agency stated that the Federal Government is NOT paying or planning to pay N30,000 to every Nigerian with a verified BVN account. It stated further that the source and all other websites peddling this fake news should be disregarded.

 

We will continue to monitor this development and further updates will be provided if necessary.

 

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