Latest NPower News for today Tuesday 17th January 2023, can be accessed below.
Good day applicants, below are the latest N-Power Batch C news headlines update for today as compiled by News One Nigeria.
Below is the latest NPower news and Npower stipend payment for N-Power beneficiaries today…
The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development has cleared the outstanding stipends of all 7,500 Independent monitors for National Social Investments Programmes (NSIP).
Nneka Ikem, the Special Assistant, Media & Publicity to the Hon Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development, made this known in a post on the micro-blogging site, Twitter on Monday evening, January 16, 2023.
She wrote: “Breaking!!!@FMHDSD clears outstanding stipends of all 7,500 #Independentmonitors for #NSIP. If you haven’t received yours, please gather here.”
In today’s Latest Npower News Today Tuesday 17th January 2023, we will be discussing Npower issues of 2023. So let’s go straight to the update.
The management of Npower has directed all the Npower batch C1 Beneficiaries with Paused Accounts to accept calls from Npower agents for solutions. Read details here Npower Stipends Payment News For Batch C1 Beneficiaries With Paused Account
In another update, Nasims support team assured Npower batch C stream 2 beneficiaries that their stipends will be paid in due course. Read also Npower Batch C2 Stipends Payment Maturity Signs And Symptoms
As regards the Nexit program for the Exited Npower beneficiaries, there is an ongoing survey that applicants who underwent the nexit training were asked to fill out. Check it out here Link For Agricultural Activities Survey For Nexit Applicants 2023
Furthermore, for the Npower batch C1 Beneficiaries who participated in the work nation exercise via the Nasims portal, no new update has been given by Nasims team regarding that. So we advise you to continue waiting patiently for an update from Nasims. You can also check out FG Introduces Work Nation To Train And Retain Exited Npower Batch C1 beneficiaries