This was revealed by Alhaji Abubakar Dan-Barde, Co-ordinator of the Cash Transfer Unit, Guri.
He stated that each woman received N20,000 as payment covering the months of January, February, March and April.
Dan-Barde said another set of 1,140 women would be paid the support funds after they were issued with their payment cards.
The Co-ordinator said the combined payment of four months stipend was made to cushion the effect of movement restriction imposed by the government across the country.
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