The Oyo State Government has issued a cautionary advisory to its civil servants to beware of scammers. The government has specifically urged the residents of the state, including civil servants and students, to disregard an online platform that is soliciting them to complete an alleged application form in order to avail themselves of the State Government’s N10,000 assistance program.
Segun Ogunwuyi, who serves as both the Chief of Staff to the Governor and the Chairman of the 15-member Sustainable Action for Economic Recovery (SAfER), has labeled this report as fraudulent. In a statement released on Friday and provided to DAILY POST, Ogunwuyi conveyed that his committee is diligently engaged in implementing the Governor’s relief initiatives.
He stated, “The distribution of food assistance to 200,000 vulnerable households, provision of free healthcare insurance support to 100,000 individuals, allocation of N500 million to support deserving farmers in ensuring food security, and another N500 million allocated for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), among other relief measures, are all progressing as planned to alleviate the hardships faced by the populace in light of the subsidy removal.”
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