TELPECON Grant Disbursement Update in Nigeria

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If you want to know the TELPECON grant disbursement update in Nigeria, you are at the right place.

TELPECON came from from ‘The Less Privileged Coordinators Network’, an NGO registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

However, when Naija Post visited the CAC website to confirm, the owners of the NGO registered it on 4th February 2019 but its status is inactive.

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TELPECON is a conglomerate of NGOs with more than forty-four million members in the country. Its Executive National President is Rev Elochukwu Mamah.

According to Sunnewsonline, Rev Mamah said TELPECON is involved in agriculture, skill acquisition and industry.

He reiterated that the major purpose of the organisation was to fight poverty via grants for entrepreneurial ventures, particularly those living in rural areas.

How To Register for TELPECON

According to Value Gist, registration to become a member of the NGO takes place on telpecom.org for free.

However, when Naija Post visited the website, it is no longer functioning.

telpecon website expired

The website had expired meaning that the its owners failed to renew it.

Websites are renewed frequently depending on web hosting plans.

When Will Registered Members Receive Grants?

An investigation by Naija Post reveals that there is no definite time for members to receive grants.

All efforts to reach out to the organisation through its social media handles of the organisation proved abortive.

The organisation does not have an active social media account presently.

However, we stumbled on a Facebook page, Telpecon Real Update, which shows that leaders of the organisation are still meeting.

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Also, we discovered that some individuals are using TELPECON to defraud unsuspecting Nigerians.

On A Final Note

The major aim of this TELPECON grant disbursement update in Nigeria is to prevent scammers from having an upper hand.

We advise you to avoid paying any NGO to get a grant. Applications for grants are usually free of charge.

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