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The latest on Npower payments amid new registration of batch C

SnMedia 06/29/2020

The Npower beneficiaries in Nigeria are worry with recent news of disengagement of 500,000 youth from the National Social investment programme .The announcement released from the Ministry Of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management And Social Development that 200 thousands  Npower volunteers of Batch A will end their programme ending of June while second Batch of Npower volunteers will receive their final stipend in the end of July .  View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

As the 500,000 Npower beneficiaries are informed that their Npower stipend will stop in the end of June and July . our wemedia believed that there are over 12,000 of the beneficiaries who are yet to receives their three month payment nor to expect their payment of June . And there is no official update yet concerning the payment of backlog and June payment to 500,000 Npower beneficiaries .

For now there is no official update yet concerning the payment of June stipend amid Npower batch C registration but most of the Npower beneficiaries are a were that 200 thousand of batch A will moved to the newly introduced Government Entrepreneurship scheme in the end of June . This clear that Npower beneficiaries of all batches will pray for Federal government to made their payments ending of this week as the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management And Social Development are busy on the ongoing Npower Batch C registration exercise . But we hope that 500,000 Npower volunteers won’t face payments delay at this time.

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Top Comments
Diginet9ja · 06/30/2020
complete rubbish.
HoranceDon · 06/30/2020
rubbish
+234-803324**** · 06/30/2020
Registration of batch volunteers should not in any way disturb the payment of stipend to the so called outgoing volunteers. These are the people that have sacrificed thier time to serve their fatherland and they are not in anyway compensated. Instead they are given unceremonious disengagement. Why then should they suffer delay in stipend payments again.N power management should fear God.
jessekenpaul · 06/30/2020
stop repeating statements abeg

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