This is contained in a statement issued by the Information, Education and Communication Officer of the State Operation Coordinating Unit, – SOCU- of the National Social Safety-Net Programme in Katsina State, Marwana Abubakar Darma on behalf of the State Coordinator, Aliyu Isah Gorka.
The statement says only interested Individuals whose business was affected by Covid 19 lockdown and were not an opportunity to register during the last exercise are eligible to register.
It urged people to avoid multiple registrations as observed during the second wave of the Register which lead to their disqualification.
According to the statement, the mop-up exercise will run for one week between 7th-13th March 2022 and urged all interested residents in Katsina State from the previous communities where the exercise was conducted to apply.
The Statement further said the mop-up is an opportunity for those Local Governments that could not participate at the previous registration as a result of the ban of mobile networks to do so now.