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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Minjim: 8:30am On Dec 30, 2020
What about school that didn't even registered their staff because they find want to open their finance to the government.
That's my school. They claimed the FG was asked for their financial record and taxes that's why they could not register us .

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Sonoyom(m): 8:30am On Dec 30, 2020
It is a fact that our politicians are not the worst set of citizens we have in this country, just imagine the little 30k PAYROLL survival fund paid to staff of small and medium scale businesses is what the business owners who enjoys the profits of the business are dragging with their staff member.
It was made clear that the money paid is for members of staff of the various organisations, that's the reason why it was paid directly to their accounts. If there are more than 10 staff in the organisation then it can be shared EQUALLY to all the members of staff.
Lets imagine that the various business owners have the opportunity to be in government, just imagine what they will do with the government fund. I will end by saying that our politicians are not the worst set of citizens in this country.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Lamasta(m): 8:31am On Dec 30, 2020
Josephamstrong1:

Oga, check well, that money wasn't given just to you. It's for the school. The director selected you because you have the qualification to get the money. Not all staff were selected.
Government selects just few, maybe 10 that are qualified. That money is for the school. it'll be used to settle other staff. Both academics and nonacademics. Don't be selfish because of 30k.
People self.
Oga school was paid separately and employees were also paid separately so don't support what is wrong let's call a spade a spade...

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Goalnaldo(m): 8:31am On Dec 30, 2020
Few weeks ago our account details were demanded by the people that be at our work place. You sure no be for this survival funds matter? And then Don scam us?

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by kcubani: 8:32am On Dec 30, 2020
What of staff that was enrolled and left the school

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Unclesamo(m): 8:33am On Dec 30, 2020
LastProphet:


Yes I'm an employer and I was paid too into the company account. My staffs have long since eaten their own. Money is for employees and may God punish heartless employers
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Did you have plans to give them a larger percentage of the money too? Government plan was to pay both.
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God will punish every greedy employer

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Afamed: 8:33am On Dec 30, 2020
Minjim:
What about school that didn't even registered their staff because they find want to open their finance to the government.
That's my school. They claimed the FG was asked for their financial record and taxes that's why they could not register us .
Your school owner is one of the problems in Nigeria. The survival fund is never meant to open anyone financial dealings, but since your owner has skeletons in his cupboard.
Your owner is type who will never pay any kobo as tax but will be complaining of bad roads.

No one ask for any tax payment nor any financial records.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Badfinga: 8:34am On Dec 30, 2020
demsy21:
I worked for some times in a private. The school proprietress did actually register my details. Yet, I have not received anything from the survival fund's scheme. Please, someone should enlighten me on the possible reasons.
Were you verified?
Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Iamvetlander(m): 8:34am On Dec 30, 2020
tee59:
My boss didn't collect the money from us at all. She said,we should not even try to give the school anything ,since , she's going to be paid as well as the employer. We are just enjoying the money. Thanks to her.

Normally I won't say she did anything special,cause that's how it's suppose to be. But now I call her a super hero

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by demsy21(m): 8:36am On Dec 30, 2020
Badfinga:
Were you verified?
Don't know. How do I know if I was?
Re: Survival Fund Clarification by chccho(m): 8:36am On Dec 30, 2020
Iamvetlander:


What are you saying bro, that's there right for crying out loud!!!
Right that they didnt know about Go back and understand what the fund is for. Its for small biz owners and employees. Your boss also has other expenses or bills to handle for her biz to survive.
If that boss didnt inform the employees would they have known

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by LastProphet: 8:37am On Dec 30, 2020
Unclesamo:

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Did you have plans to give them a larger percentage of the money too? Government plan was to pay both.
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God will punish every greedy employer

I don't understand your question? Larger percentage of what?
Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Josephamstrong1(m): 8:37am On Dec 30, 2020
chccho:
U should share with your boss. What your boss should have done is, agree on a Percentage with her staffs lets say 50% and, u both share.
After all if your boss never informed u or included u on the survival fund u will never have known and u might have been broke.
You're blessed a million times.
@ Olam09 should see this. You called me a thief in a faceless forum because you're opportune to a prolific China phone. I forgive you.
Now to the point.
Government isn't paying all staff. The management was asked to submit a list, which you were included. The motive is to use your account and get the fund first. Is it better he didn't submit your name? outta 70 staff of 50, 10 are selected. These 10 brings the money for the school to share among other staff. Which you're also part of. 30k x 4months. How much, bros? Nawaoh o!
I realised that those employees that don't want to bring out the money are being paid lower than the 30k. If you're being paid 40 to 50k, trust me...you'll bring out that money.
Survival fund for schools ain't meant for one person. You were just lucky to be selected to get the fund for the school. Don't give to the director. They have theirs. The money is for the employees... and should be shared among them. The director's work is to supervise the sharing.
Nawaoh for people o!

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by TGM2015: 8:41am On Dec 30, 2020
Kazmelt:
My account of course, that's why I'm surprised she is telling us to return she even threatened using the police but I stood my ground because she collected the first one without stress but this second one was when I realized from the people have asked that it's our personal money but she is still disturbing tho

1. Hold on, did your boss pay you your full salary, I mean COMPLETE salary during and after the lockdown? If yes, morally you are obliged to returned it to him or her.

2. Were you paid FULL salary for the months you received the survival fund? If yes, return the money because it expected that you should not be paid by your boss for the 3 months that the government will pay you.

Survival Fund is to cushion the effect of COVID-19 on business by providing grant in terms of paying the business wage bill. This is to enable the company/business to save more fund by paying her wage bills for 3 months. Technically, if your business monthly wage bill is ₦150,000 ; it means government has supported the business with ₦450,000 and they expect the business to invest it so as sọ cushion the effect of the COVID19 on the business.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Minjim: 8:41am On Dec 30, 2020
Afamed:

Your school owner is one of the problems in Nigeria. The survival fund is never meant to open anyone financial dealings, but since your owner has skeletons in his cupboard.
Your owner is type who will never pay any kobo as tax but will be complaining of bad roads.

No one ask for any tax payment nor any financial records.

That's what those people said O!
My guy. We all are just praying for God to answer our prayers so we can leave.
They've not paid our March salary till now. Claiming the school won't be able to operate again if they do. They promised to start paying it instrumentally from January
Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Josephamstrong1(m): 8:42am On Dec 30, 2020
Lamasta:

Oga school was paid separately and employees were also paid separately so don't support what is wrong let's call a spade a spade...
Do you have any evidence to support your claims?
Not all employees were paid.
The motive was to get fund first with qualified employees.
If you didn't get and you colleague got, you don't be saying this. School wasn't given separately like you claimed. Directors were paid, but not all employees got.
It is the directors duty to supervise equal sharing of the fund among all staff.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Badfinga: 8:45am On Dec 30, 2020
gentle007:

If the whole money was left for you, what about those that their accounts were not used? What if your account was not used?
bro you failed to understand the essence of creating this topic. Sharing the money among staff is not the issue here, but the formula. Leaving the school owners as the greatest beneficiaries.
Re: Survival Fund Clarification by ugotex85: 8:46am On Dec 30, 2020
Please how can I apply for the grant?
Re: Survival Fund Clarification by seanwilliam(m): 8:46am On Dec 30, 2020
Abeg which money una Dey share ? Abeg I need money wey I go spend tomorrow night o grin

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Badfinga: 8:47am On Dec 30, 2020
Minjim:
What about school that didn't even registered their staff because they find want to open their finance to the government.
That's my school. They claimed the FG was asked for their financial record and taxes that's why they could not register us .
Greed and selfishness working hand in hand.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Lamasta(m): 8:47am On Dec 30, 2020
Josephamstrong1:

Do you have any evidence to support your claims?
Not all employees were paid.
The motive was to get fund first with qualified employees.
If you didn't get and you colleague got, you don't be saying this. School wasn't given separately like you claimed. Directors were paid, but not all employees got.
It is the directors duty to supervise equal sharing of the fund among all staff.
Its because of this criminal and corrupt tendencies of some employers that's why the government paid the employees direct so as to avoid issues like this from springing up...

You people are making it look asive its a competition between those who get paid and those who did not get paid aba

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by TGM2015: 8:48am On Dec 30, 2020
Badfinga:
A friend who works with a private school complained of their director giving 10k to those who their accounts were used and 5k to other staff only from the 30k fund received.
Is it supposed to be so, because he said they have less than 20 staff all together?
If I can comprehend this your post. It means not all staff received the survival fund. The director is trying to be fair to all, nothing is wrong in that but my concern is what happens to the balance of ₦15,000.

Is that he pocketed the balance? If yes, is s/he still paying their full/agreed salary? If yes, in my sincere opinion, nothing is wrong in that.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Nobody: 8:49am On Dec 30, 2020
Kazmelt:
Please I want to ask a question, my boss is telling me to return the whole money to her, tho I first returned the first payment to her but when I got to find out is for employees I decided to hold on to the second one, now she is saying it's for the school and not for we the employees, please shed more light
Badfinga:
A friend who works with a private school complained of their director giving 10k to those who their accounts were used and 5k to other staff only from the 30k fund received.
Is it supposed to be so, because he said they have less than 20 staff all together?
In my school, we were forced to return #5500 from the first payment and #7500 from the second payment. I learnt some Schools collected two-thirds back from their staff on each payment. Worse still, some Schools used the account numbers of family members instead of staff members. These are schools that are owned by overly Religious leaders.

Nigeria is irredeemable.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by kolara: 8:49am On Dec 30, 2020
These people complaining should know that some of them are not aware of how proprietors surfers to register thier schools for the survival fund money. The highest no of employees a school can registered is 10, some schools have more than 10 staff then what happened to others whose accounts were not used. So Directors that requested for the money is for all staff to benefit.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Badfinga: 8:50am On Dec 30, 2020
kcubani:
What of staff that was enrolled and left the school
You will still receive the alert.
Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Pious101: 8:50am On Dec 30, 2020
backtalkG:
pls do they pay business owners becus i registered a business and put my friends and relatives as workers/beneficieries they have paid them all but i havent recieved a dime
u ought to have been paid...I was paid
Re: Survival Fund Clarification by babag93: 8:50am On Dec 30, 2020
backtalkG:
pls do they pay business owners becus i registered a business and put my friends and relatives as workers/beneficieries they have paid them all but i havent recieved a dime
You are a greedy and lazy thief.
Your useless act will prevent genuine business owners from not receiving theirs.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by galek: 8:50am On Dec 30, 2020
Kazmelt:
Please I want to ask a question, my boss is telling me to return the whole money to her, tho I first returned the first payment to her but when I got to find out is for employees I decided to hold on to the second one, now she is saying it's for the school and not for we the employees, please shed more light

EXPOSE HIM AND GO VIRAL, WITH COMMENDATORY REACTIONS FROM NIGERIANS AND I BET YOU, YOUR LIFE WILL SEE A POSITIVE TURNAROUND AFTERWARDS.. Expose your boss now, if you love Nigeria

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Realdeals(m): 8:51am On Dec 30, 2020
I'm thinking some organization has more than 10 staffs as stipulated by Survival fund, they need to fulfill financial obligations to the rest as well.

What I think they should have done is to enter an agreement with selected staff on how the payment will be shared.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Badfinga: 8:51am On Dec 30, 2020
demsy21:

Don't know. How do I know if I was?
A phone call from the survival fund office
Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Olam09(m): 8:51am On Dec 30, 2020
Josephamstrong1:

You're blessed a million times.
@ Olam09 should see this. You called me a thief in a faceless forum because you're opportune to a prolific China phone. I forgive you.
Now to the point.
Government isn't paying all staff. The management was asked to submit a list, which you were included. The motive is to use your account and get the fund first. Is it better he didn't submit your name? outta 70 staff of 50, 10 are selected. These 10 brings the money for the school to share among other staff. Which you're also part of. 30k x 4months. How much, bros? Nawaoh o!
I realised that those employees that don't want to bring out the money are being paid lower than the 30k. If you're being paid 40 to 50k, trust me...you'll bring out that money.
Survival fund for schools ain't meant for one person. You were just lucky to be selected to get the fund for the school. Don't give to the director. They have theirs. The money is for the employees... and should be shared among them. The director's work is to supervise the sharing.
Nawaoh for people o!
So 8,000 naira is a good money? If you should give me that amount of money I'll just say thank you and it won't be loud at all. For the china phone you're insinuating on i don't use fake phone every of my gadget are Samsung made my laptop is Samsung made so my phone also, i don't use thrashed device eg. Iphone,infinix, techno, and bla bla like that. To me ooo the money is nothing but i felt like it's a great cheating at least the properties should collect 30% will the employee should recieve the rest.
To those supporting this greedy act I'm sure either your parents or your relatives are doing this to thier employees, that's what we call total greediness.

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Re: Survival Fund Clarification by Lamasta(m): 8:53am On Dec 30, 2020
Josephamstrong1:

You're blessed a million times.
@ Olam09 should see this. You called me a thief in a faceless forum because you're opportune to a prolific China phone. I forgive you.
Now to the point.
Government isn't paying all staff. The management was asked to submit a list, which you were included. The motive is to use your account and get the fund first. Is it better he didn't submit your name? outta 70 staff of 50, 10 are selected. These 10 brings the money for the school to share among other staff. Which you're also part of. 30k x 4months. How much, bros? Nawaoh o!
I realised that those employees that don't want to bring out the money are being paid lower than the 30k. If you're being paid 40 to 50k, trust me...you'll bring out that money.
Survival fund for schools ain't meant for one person. You were just lucky to be selected to get the fund for the school. Don't give to the director. They have theirs. The money is for the employees... and should be shared among them. The director's work is to supervise the sharing.
Nawaoh for people o!
Will the director share hers too with the employees

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