This is contained in a document bearing the signature of the national program director of SEIFAC, Mr. Patrick Abur, which was released to the press on Friday.
According to the statement, SEIFAC partners are required to visit their SEIFAC Local Government Offices or their locations with their NGN500.00 ID card (N500) as an allowance for SEIFAC signatures. . ATM card ..
The statement said the card maintenance fee was deducted from the account of the SEIFAC joint venture as a result of the card being handed over to the seller for transactions after the cards were listed for distribution. And it takes a lot of time considering the number of cards involved in completing such a project so the distribution of the cards is delayed.
“After confirming the delivery of the cards we provide in full, we will implement the activation of the cards for our joint dashboard to start trading with the account while awaiting the impact of the SEIFAC share.”
Cards issued by SEIFAC to states like Gombe, Sokoto, Borno, Abia, Enugu, Rivers, Delta, Anambra, Emo and Ebony states are still in various stages of processing and will be issued on the next card.
The coordinator informed those who did not activate the SEIFAC Project Wallet Account Number (SPWAN) that they could do so within the stipulated time to benefit those waiting for Heritage PLC to open their SPWAN, to be patient until the end of the first quarter.