In today’s Npower News, we’ll discuss why you shouldn’t worry about the possibility of the Npower program management leaving without clearing the backlog payment of beneficiaries. Keep reading!
With only 9 days remaining for President Buhari’s administration, the original architect of the Npower program, to hand over power to the incoming administration of Bola Ahmed Tinubu, some Npower beneficiaries who are owed backlog payments are starting to wonder if they will be paid before Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Sadiya Umar Farouq leaves office.
“ATTENTION: Npower C Beneficiaries, Please note, if you have not been selected as a Beneficiary of the program, you’re ineligible for payment.
“You are advised to keep observing your dashboard frequently for any update
NPower Stipends: Npower has completed Batch C1 and C2 December Payments
Crossriverhub.ng reports that following the NPower stipend payment today, Npower has Commenced Batch C1 and C2 Payments.
If you’re N-Power beneficiary batch C1 or C2, then you’ll be happy to know that December stipend payment has commenced. Some beneficiaries have already received their payments while others are still waiting.
Recall that N-Power told all recipients, particularly those with backlogs, that they would receive their payments. We have provided evidence of beneficiaries who received their stipend today as an attachment to this story.
However, N-Power has assured all beneficiaries that they will receive their payments, especially those with a backlog.
It’s important to understand that N-Power is a social intervention program by the Nigerian government aimed at empowering unemployed youth with relevant skills and knowledge to create entrepreneurial and employment opportunities. The program caters to graduates and non-graduates between the ages of 18 and 35.
Stipend payment is an integral part of the program, and N-Power has committed to ensuring that beneficiaries receive their payments on time.
The payment process is being executed gradually, and beneficiaries who have validated their account details are being paid. However, beneficiaries who have not received their stipends for the said months are encouraged to remain patient as the payment process is ongoing.
While Nasims have not officially announced this update on their communication channels, beneficiaries who have received their payments have confirmed the news on various social media platforms.
Npower Payment Updates: Expectant Beneficiaries
The management of Npower Nasims has given an update on payment of stipends to non-graduate beneficiaries. According to their social media channels, payment has no commencement date yet, but beneficiaries should remain expectant for payment anytime.
The End of Npower Non-Graduate Training
The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development has formally ended the training of 3,300 Npower non-graduate beneficiaries in Hardware, Software, Animation, script writing, and other life skills under the N-Knowledge programme a few weeks ago. The beneficiaries have been in residential training since February 2023.
Nasims Validation Update: Link still Open
Npower Nasims Validation has closed officially on Friday, March 31, 2023. However, a check on the official Nasims validation portal shows that the Nasims Npower portal is still open for Npower beneficiaries to validate their Npower account.
Many young people in Nigeria who are facing financial difficulties will receive a much-needed support from the government. This support comes in the form of a grant of 20,000 naira.
According to reports, this grant will be available to 1,000 individuals in every local government in Nigeria. This means that a total of 774,000 people across the country will benefit from this government initiative.
The NDE grant is a much-needed initiative by the Federal Government of Nigeria to support young people across the country. Apply before the deadline to ensure you get the support you need. By helping our loved ones access this grant, we can all support each other during these difficult times.
How to Register or Apply
Individuals who wish to apply for this government grant can do so by registering and filling out a form at their nearest NDE office in their respective states. The process involves paying a registration fee of only sixty naira, which is considered a small amount to pay for such a significant support opportunity.
It is important to note that interested applicants need to act quickly because the deadline to submit the form is fast approaching. Failure to submit the form before the deadline may result in the applicant missing out on the grant.
Potential applicants should make every effort to ensure that they have all the necessary documents and information before they visit the NDE office to register. This will help to streamline the application process and reduce the chances of any delays or complications.
Overall, it is recommended that individuals who are interested in this grant take advantage of the opportunity and apply as soon as possible to increase their chances of success.
Call to Action
We urge everyone who receives this message to inform their friends and family members about this valuable support opportunity. It is essential to use a variety of communication channels, such as WhatsApp and Facebook groups, to spread the word and ensure that as many people as possible benefit from this support.
By sharing this information with those in your social circles, you can help ensure that no one misses out on this chance to receive much-needed financial assistance. This grant has the potential to make a significant impact on the lives of many individuals and communities across Nigeria.
Therefore, it is important to spread the message as widely as possible and encourage others to register and apply for the grant. With everyone’s help, we can ensure that the support reaches those who need it the most.
So, take action now and share this information with your friends and family members. Together, we can make a positive difference in the lives of many people in Nigeria.