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Government Reinstates Inua Jamii Cash Program As 8000 Beneficiaries At Kisii County Urged To Act

Beneficiaries of Inua Jamii Cash transfer Program who were left out have every reason to smile has the government has reinstated the program.

Speaking in Nyaribari Masaba during the burial ceremony of businessman Julius Moroti , Deputy Director Inua Jamii Nicholas Mac'Botongore said that the beneficiaries should not fear that the government has forgotten them.

"As a government we are here to hear the plight of our people,"Mr Mac' Botongore said.

 He confirmed that in the months of October and November the Government will be reinstating into the programme over 120,000 beneficiaries who used to be in the programme by 2017/18 but were left out due to various reasons. 

At the same time he assured to the beneficiaries that they have an opportunity to open a new account or reconfirm their account following the contracting of six Payment Service Providers (PSP) namely Cooperative EBL, Kenya Cooperative Bank , Kenya Women Finance Trust , National Bank , and Postbank.

He cited that its the prerogative of the beneficiary or their selected caregiver to decide in which of the Payment Service Provider they will open an account.

In Nyaribari Masaba more than 8000 beneficiaries who were receiving the funds but due to  government programs stopped have been urged to go and register again.

The beneficiaries have now been rolled to electronic digital transfer of money from the bank.

However, he has called on the youth to come out in large numbers to register as voter during this on going voter mass registration exercise.

 Mac’Botongore noted that the exercise is moving very slowly and yet this is a very crucial event that will determine the choice of leaders to elect in the 2022 elections.  

At the same time he have reminded the people to strictly adhere to the COVID-19 containment measures in place.

 He observed that people have relaxed and yet this pandemic is not showing any signs of ending soon. 

Caption photo Director Inua Jamii Program Nicholas Mac' Botongore condoling the family of the late businessman Julius Morot at Nyaribari Masaba photo /Kwamboka Angira.

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