Npower Latest News:
In the latest Npower News, it has been reported that the management of Npower Nasims has provided clarity on the recent payment made to the exiting Npower Batch C1 beneficiaries.
The payment was made despite the fact that their program had ended in August 2022. The Honorable Minister, Sadiya Umar Farouq, approved the payment as a gesture of generosity towards the beneficiaries.
The Nasims team has advised beneficiaries who have not yet received their payment to be patient, as the payment will be made sooner or later. This payment news will bring relief to the beneficiaries who were eagerly waiting for it.
The NSIP program, which was established and inaugurated by President Muhammadu Buhari, is aimed at providing support to the less privileged and vulnerable members of society. Under the program, 1,940,004 Nigerians reportedly receive N5,000 cash gifts each month. This initiative has been successful in helping millions of young people escape poverty and unemployment.
In addition to cash gifts, the NSIP program also provides various forms of support to beneficiaries. For example, after completing their training, the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs plans to provide beginning packs to the N-Skills trainees so that they may get to work right away. Beneficiaries of N-Skills in Plateau State have already received Baking & Catering starter kits.
The success of the NSIP program has been recognized by the Humanitarian Affairs Ministry, which has reported that the program has been functioning effectively for several years. This is good news for the beneficiaries of the program, who will continue to receive the support they need to improve their lives.
Npower Batch C2 To Receive 3 Months Stipends This Week – Zainab Ahmed
The Npower program is a Nigerian Federal Government initiative aimed at reducing youth unemployment and promoting economic growth.
The program offers beneficiaries a monthly stipend to support their work in various sectors of the economy. Here are some updates on the payment of beneficiaries’ stipends for the months of October, November, and December 2022:
Reason for Delays in Payment
The delay in payment is a result of unforeseen technical difficulties and fund mop-up at the end of the fiscal year. However, beneficiaries have been assured that considerable strides have been made in fixing these challenges.
Payment Assurance by Zainab Ahmed
Zainab Ahmed, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, has assured Npower recipients that payment for the three-month stipends would be delivered this week. Recipients who are graduates and non-graduates will receive their unpaid stipends soon.
Composure and Understanding
The Npower program has asked beneficiaries to remain calm and composed while they work to resolve the delay in stipend payments. Beneficiaries are encouraged to continue serving the nation in their primary assignments with dedication and understanding.
He Praises for Beneficiaries
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs commended Npower program participants for their commitment and collaboration, despite the difficult times caused by the delay in stipend payments.
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