Npower Latest News Today, March 28, 2022

 Npower Latest News Today, March 28, 2022

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Today, March 28, 2022, I will be sharing with you the latest news on NPower stream 2 enlightenment fee, January and February stipend of npower beneficiaries.

Nasims Warns Over Npower Stream 2 Fake N500 Enlightenment Fee

The Management of Npower Programme Nasims has Warned Npower Stream 2 applicants Over Fake N500 Enlightenment Fee.

This information was given after Nasims noticed a cloned website demand money for batch c stream enlightenment. Below is the warning given by Nasims.

Nasims Wrote:

DISLAIMER!!!
Our attention has just been drawn to a frivolous post making rounds on social domain announcing the payment of #500 for supplementary enlistment in N’Power Batch C2

As a matter of fact, Npower/Nasims can and will NEVER request monetary payment of any kind from applicants to be enlisted/shortlisted in any of the programs, as this deceptive approach contradicts the purpose of the scheme and what we stands for.

Kindly DISREGARD such deceptive chunk stemming from clone sites aimed at preying on gullible clams.

Npower January and February Stipend Payment Date

The payment date for January and February stipends has not been announced or confirmed by NASIMS management.

We encourage Npower beneficiaries to keep praying for speedy approval of their stipends.
Npower Batch C beneficiaries lament the non-payment of January and February stipends.

Npower Batch C beneficiaries have taken to various social media platforms to express their anger over the non-payment of Npower January and February stipends.

Beneficiaries asked NASIMS management to adopt the payment method used by NYSC in paying corpers.

Npower Batch C beneficiaries also lament that when Npower was under the supervision of VP Yemi Osinbajo, everything was very smooth. Beneficiaries were paid before the due time… but since it was moved to the supervision of Fauro, everything changed from good to worse.

Latest Npower January stipend payment Today, March 28, 2022

Following the delay in their NPower January stipend payment, the National Social Investment Management System, NASIMS, has announced that the January Npower stipend payment process has begun in an effort to put smiles on the faces of Npower Batch C stream 1 beneficiaries.

According to NASIMS : To be clear, your January 2022 payment is currently being reviewed and is nearing completion. To that end, payment will be initiated as soon as possible, while all outstanding 2021 debts are gradually resolved. Furthermore, the technical issues we’ve been dealing with are a factor in the payment irregularities.

“At this time, we are unable to provide an exact start date for payment of January 2022 stipends, but we can assure you that you will be paid soon.”

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NASIMS management Apologies for Npower January and February Stipend Payment Delay

NASIMS management has apologised to N-power Batch C beneficiaries for the delay in payment of Npower January and February stipends.

According to NASIMS management, the delay is due to a lack of funds.

The management assured beneficiaries that their stipends would be paid as soon as possible

The statement reads,

Recall that we published a precise report a few weeks ago, clearly stating the reason for the unprogressive payment system in the N-Power scheme. This information is with regards to the disturbances and complaints by beneficiaries over unpaid January and February stipends.

Qualified Nexit Applicants To Get N3M CBN Loan As FG Flagged Off Scheme

Qualified  Nexit Applicants To Get N3M CBN Loan As FG Flagged Off Scheme. The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Sadiya Umar Farouq has flagged off the much awaited NEXIT/CBN Agri-Business Small and Medium Enterprises Investment Scheme for exited N-Power beneficiaries Batches A and B. 

Out of the 467,183 trainees who indicated interest, 75,600 will participate in the first phase of the orientation programme expected to lead up to collection of loans of up to three million Naira from the Central Bank of Nigeria if they qualify.

At the flag off ceremony which took place on Monday at the Press Centre, Radio House Abuja, the Minister, who was represented by the Permanent Secretary Bashir Nura Alkali thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for his administration’s unwavering efforts in eradicating poverty in the country and for supporting and sustaining the National Social Investment Programmes.

She also congratulated the 467,183 trainees who indicated interest in the NEXIT CBN AGSMEIS programme from the 500,000 batches A and B exited beneficiaries.

Umar Farouq noted that this is the first of several other phases that will take place in all the 36 states and the FCT.

It has been my desire that the exited batches A and B N-Power graduate beneficiaries will not be left unattended to. In different channels, | kept on assuring these teaming youths that the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has worked very closely with the Central Bank of Nigeria to realize this dream.

Today marks the beginning of the fulfilment of this awaited training that will enable those beneficiaries that indicated interest to participate in the CBN empowerment programme.

For ease of coordination, this training programme will be conducted in phases. Let me also inform you that all the 36 States and FCT are participating in this long awaited NEXIT training programme. A total of 75,600 participants are in this first batch of the training. We will continue to train the remaining batches in no distant time.

The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development is committed to ensuring that the strategic objectives of all the social intervention programmes are harnessed to achieve the desired goals and objectives.

The N-Power programme is a critical part ot the National Social Investment Programmes domiciled in the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development designed to achieve the National objectives of poverty reduction and job creation. The N-Power programme is key to helping young Nigerians acquire and develop life-long skills that ensure they become solution providers and entrepreneurs in their communities”.

In his welcome address, the Permanent Secretary who was represented by the Director Planning, Research and Statistics Raphael Oraeluno charged the beneficiaries to make judicious use of the opportunity.

I will want to emphasize that every trainee must see this unique opportunity as a blessing that must not be wasted. Recall how we journeyed into this. You have finally gotten this opportunity. Maintain the highest level of seriousness in all that you will be taught throughout the training programme and thereafter. As beneficiaries, you will be equipped with the necessary training that will guarantee your participation in the CBN package meant for this purpose”.

The National Coordinator, National Social investment Programmes Dr Umar Bindir alac advised the beneficiaries to take advantage advised the beneficiaries to take advantage of the CBN package to be self reliant.

At the end of the five day training, beneficiaries who qualify will receive Loans of up to three million Naira with a maximum tenure of seven years.