Oyo Government Raises Concern Over Rumors of N10,000 Continue Reading
Oyo State’s government has issued a warning to its employees about scammers.
It provided citizens of the State, particularly civil servants and students, advice to disregard an online platform that urged them to submit a phony application form in order to obtain the N10,000 help the State Government was giving for them.
Segun Ogunwuyi, the governor’s chief of staff, referred to the claim as a fake.
Ogunwuyi, who also serves as Chairman of the 15-member Sustainable Action for Economic Recovery (SAfER), stated in a statement made available to Bendelnews on Friday that his committee was already hard at work on the Governor’s assistance plans.
According to him, “the food palliative to 200,000 vulnerable households, 100,000 free healthcare insurance supports for our people, N500 million for deserving farmers under food security, another N500 million for SMEs, among other palliatives, are on course to mitigate the suffering of the masses following subsidy removal.”