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NPower Stipend Payment News For Today 20th July 2023

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FG Updates on Npower Payment And New Recruitment

Welcome to Flippstack, we have gathered all the latest NPower Stipend Payment news for Npower Batch C2 today, 17th June 2023, Npower Batch C2 3 Months Payments, so make sure you read till the end.

FG Updates on Npower Payment And New Recruitment

Npower Invites More Preselected Applicants For Account Validation

The Npower management has intensified the call for the Npower account validation for the batch C2 beneficiaries. More N-power preselected applicants are now getting validation invites to enroll in the program by validating their account via the validation link https://validation.nasims.ng

Preselected applicants are those who are selected but missed the opportunity to become beneficiaries because they missed the Npower physical verification exercise. Now they are been considered and given another chance to validate to become beneficiaries and start getting paid.

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If you applied for the Npower batch C2 program and get the following message, please kindly oblige

Dear Applicant, You have been pre-selected for the N-power Batch C2 program. Please confirm your status by visiting the portal https://validation.nasims.ng

It seems the Npower management team is trying to meet up with the 500,000 actual numbers of beneficiaries which they promised to enroll as batch C2.

FG Authorization for Npower/NSIP Beneficiaries’ Outstanding Payment

Latest fund approved by FG for Npower and other related programmes across the Country

According to the information reaching us at Flippstack, the Federal Government approved the total sum of N19.24bn for the training of 50,000 non-graduate N-power beneficiaries and the procurement of taxiway lighting system in the Port Harcourt, Lagos and Abuja airports.

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Included in the amount are the expenses for consultancy services related to the Dadin Kowa 40MW power project located in Gombe State, as well as the furnishing of the 10-story headquarters of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency situated in Victoria Island, Lagos.

During an extraordinary meeting of the Federal Executive Council presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo at the State House in Abuja, Sadiya Farouk, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Social Development, and Disaster Management, along with her counterparts from the Ministries of Aviation, Education, and Water Resources, disclosed this information to journalists.

The Federal Government had also authorized the engagement of four of its agencies, including the National Institute of Transport Technology and Industrial Training, to train 50,000 Non-Graduate N-Power beneficiaries for nine months.

HM Sadiya Umar Farouq said “The other memo is submitted, which is to seek Council’s approval for the engagement of four federal agencies for the training of the non-graduates N-Power beneficiaries. This is in the total sum of N14.21bn with 7.5% as VAT.”

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The non-graduate category of the N-Power programme provides training and tools to participants in areas such as agriculture, hospitality, construction, ICT and creative industries. Participants in this category receive a monthly stipend during the training period and are also provided with the necessary tools and resources to start their businesses or gain employment in their chosen sectors.

Npower Beneficiaries Plead for Timely Payment of Outstanding Stipends

In the latest Npower news for May 13, 2023, it has been reported that Npower volunteers’ beneficiaries are appealing to the Minister of the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq, to settle all outstanding stipends before she leaves office. The beneficiaries of the Npower program are concerned that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration will be coming to a close this month and are urging the Minister to ensure that all payments are made before the end of her tenure.

The Npower management has apologized for the delay in payment of stipends for January, February, March, and April. While work is still ongoing to pay backlogs for beneficiaries who had previously verified their account information, beneficiaries are being asked to exercise patience as payment will soon begin. A few weeks ago, the Honourable Sadiya Umar Farouq had declared that the Npower initiative would continue as long as the future administration was led by the All Progressives Congress (APC), providing some reassurance for beneficiaries about the program’s continuity.

Npower batch C1 December stipends payment

The Npower management Nasims has again updated beneficiaries in regards to the payment of backlog stipends. According to Nasims, if you have not been selected as a Beneficiary of the program, you’re ineligible for payment. Beneficiaries can boldly see their Npower status via the Nasims self-service portal

Npower resumed payment of backlog for some of the Beneficiaries who had earlier validated their account details a few days ago.

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For the Npower batch C1 beneficiaries asking for December stipends payment, we advised you to keep checking your dashboard frequently for any update if you still have access to it. You might still get paid if only your program is extended.

Npower Resumed October, November, and December Backlog Payment

Npower Apologizes For the Delay in Paying January, February, March, and other outstanding stipends

Responding to some of the aggrieved beneficiaries, Npower said, we sincerely apologize for the delay in payment. Kindly note that we are currently working to see that payment is initiated soon. Please remain patient, Npower said.

However, with what is going on at the moment, it seems the Humanitarian Affairs Ministry is working with other agencies to see that the stranded Nigerian students caught up in the ongoing crisis in Sudan are Evacuated to Nigeria from Khartoum, Sudan safety.

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According to the report, FG is spending $1.2m to evacuate the Nigerians from Sudan.

That notwithstanding, Npower management also makes sure that they engaged their beneficiaries via all their communication channels in encouraging beneficiaries to concentrate on their duties at the place of their primary assignment.

Npower beneficiaries are advised to take advantage of the program to develop new skills that will make them self-reliant.

Finally, as we earlier stated, payment of outstanding stipends will be initiated soon as Npower is working on it. So remain patient while you wait to get paid soon.

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Npower Management Re-assures Beneficiaries Payment of Their Monthly Stipend

the management of Npower Nasims has congratulated all Non-graduate Beneficiaries via its social media channels stating that Payment has no commencement date, but beneficiaries should remain expectant for payment anytime.

Recall that the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development 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.

Furthermore, as regards to Npower Bach C, Nasims said following the enquiries from some Beneficiaries regarding the payment commencement date of backlogs, we stand to state unequivocally, that our technical partners are still working on the payment to ensure a seamless transaction.

As it is, no date yet. However, the validation link is still very much accessible and functional. Utilize this great opportunity while it last, Nasims said.

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