Npower Stipend Payment Update as at Today, April, 2022 – This is to inform the general public of Npower Stipend update as at Today. This update is from Npower officials to all beneficiaries to enable all be aware of the latest news update on Stipend payment for the month. SEE FULL DETAILS BELOW
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Npower Stipend Payment Update as at Today, April, 2022
The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs has gone ahead to provide an update concerning its monitoring of all National Social Investment Programs (NSIP) activities.
According to Nasims, while January payment process has been initiated and crediting of accounts expected to begin at shortest possible time, kindly note that all 2021 outstanding payments will be cleared while current payments is in progress. Despite the challenges encountered, we appreciate your patience so far.
According to Npower, the long-awaited outstanding September and October stipends that were temporarily on hold due to some challenges have just resumed, all accounts that have been on PROCESS will soon be credited. We sincerely appreciate your patience throughout the moment payment has been PROCESSING. Be rest assured all outstanding will be cleared as November and December payments will soon commence. Thank you once again for your patience.
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training was held on the 26th of November, 2021 with different groups being deployed to examine the program’s activities. These teams are expected to examine the activities of all NSIPs across the country.
As a result of this strategy of monitoring the NSIPs, beneficiaries of the Npower Batch C are admonished to be punctual to their places of primary assignment. Those who don’t visit their places of primary assignment as they are expected to do have also been advised to “step up” and do what is necessary thing.
It was also announced that volunteers who have exited the Npower scheme are eligible to earn N200,000 on a monthly basis. The money can be earned by teaching for Edukoya, a free learning app that focuses on secondary school.
Also, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), which is responsible for managing the Npower programme has implored the Batch C volunteers to ignore any calls where their ATM numbers are being requested for.
In a Facebook post dated December 4, NASIMS reiterated that ATM details are sensitive details that are peculiar to individuals and should be treated with the utmost confidentiality. NASIMS stated that any such calls are from fraudsters and shouldn’t be considered as official calls coming from the Npower scheme.
The management system also stated that in the course of the call, the fraudsters may ask questions related to the payment of the outstanding September stipend to beneficiaries.
The Npower scheme has lately been heavily criticized for its failure to pay stipends to its volunteers, from September 2021. It recently announced that the September stipend payment has commenced, although it has not circulated to all the beneficiaries yet.
However, both those who have been paid and those who have not been paid the September stipend are still expressing displeasure at the situation, asking for payment for the remaining outstanding months.
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