Latest Npower news as FG Makes Official Confirmation of Backlog Payments, Sends Important Message to Beneficiaries today 26th May 2023

The federal government, through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), released an official confirmation of backlog payments for all eligible N-Power beneficiaries. This update applies specifically to the beneficiaries of Batch C Stream 2. The confirmation assures beneficiaries that their stipends for the months of October, November, and December 2022 have been processed.

Backlog Payment Process in Progress

According to NASIMS, the payment process for the backlog is currently underway and being executed in a step-by-step manner. The authorities urge beneficiaries to be patient as the disbursements are gradual. The aim is to ensure that all eligible beneficiaries receive their stipends.

NPower Beneficiary Calls for Account Updates

In a message from Nneka Ikem Anibeze, the Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development, Batch C Stream 2 beneficiaries are reminded to update their accounts. Anibeze highlights that over 55,000 beneficiaries have already received their stipends for October, November, and December. It is crucial for all eligible beneficiaries to promptly update their account information to facilitate the successful receipt of their stipends.

NASIMS’ Send important message to N-Power Batch C Beneficiaries

NASIMS recently communicated to N-Power Batch C beneficiaries regarding the payment process. The message clarifies that only selected applicants are eligible to receive payments for the N-Power program. Those who have not been selected are not eligible for payment at this time.

Overview of the N-Power Scheme

The N-Power scheme, a component of the Social Investment Programs initiated by President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, aims to provide temporary employment opportunities for unemployed graduates. The program spans a duration of two years, during which beneficiaries receive a monthly stipend of N30,000. Beneficiaries are often assigned to public schools (N-Teach) and agricultural establishments (N-Agro) to contribute their skills and support national development.