The appreciable amount was delivered to the Tamale-based club on Thursday by Northern regional minister Alhaji Shani Alhassan Shaibu.
The aim of the donation is to encourage the club to secure promotion to the Ghana Premier League at the end of the campaign. RTU have not played in the Ghanaian top-flight football since 2013.
The minister, however, noted that the vice president is ready to offer support in any form to enable RTU to qualify this season.
The Regional Minister called on the entire playing body to put their utmost best to gain a qualification at the end of the season.
He revealed further that, the current cash donation of Ghc 100,000 is the third consecutive time RTU have received similar support from Alhaji Dr Mahamudu Bawumia in the last 2 years, a gesture he said, words cannot summarize how elated they are.
The playing body, represented by the captain, Abdulai Hardi, expressed massive gratitude to the Vice President and promised to work assiduously to achieve the ultimate goal of securing qualification to the league.
The Tamale giants ended the first round in the third position with 30 points, one point adrift of leaders Berekum Arsenal, after winning 9 matches, losing 3 and drawing 3 respectively.
The club start their second-round campaign away to Techiman city.