N-Power: FG Issues Fresh Update on Stipends Payment of Beneficiaries
- The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has asked the current batch of beneficiaries of the N-Power scheme to be observant
- NASIMS’ message was specifically meant for Npower batch C beneficiaries who have not been selected for the programme
- Npower C beneficiaries are advised to keep observing their dashboard frequently for any update
FCT, Abuja - The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has sent a new message to N-Power Batch C beneficiaries.
According to NASIMS, applicants yet to be selected for the N-Power programme are not eligible to receive payment.
The scheme, therefore, advised prospective beneficiaries to ‘keep observing the dashboard frequently for any update’.
NASIMS news on Npower payment
NASIMS is the central management platform for administering and coordinating the National Social Investment Programmes (NSIPs) under the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.
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The famed N-Power scheme is one of the NSIPs, and it is presently in its third phase (Batch C).
While the Stream I beneficiaries of the current batch has been exited, Stream II was onboarded in late 2022.
NASIMS statement to N-Power Batch C beneficiaries was released on Sunday, May 7, through its official Facebook page.
Find below the full message:
"ATTENTION: Npower C Beneficiaries, Please note, if you have not been selected as a Beneficiary of the program, you're ineligible for payment.
"You are advised to keep observing your dashboard frequently for any update.
N-Power: FG provides important update on backlog payment of beneficiaries
Legit.ng earlier reported that NASIMS said backlog payments for validated accounts of beneficiaries of the federal government’s N-Power scheme, are being made bit by bit.
Some of the N-Power Batch C beneficiaries had complained of unpaid backlogs.
Nigerian govt approves N19bn for N-Power training, others
Meanwhile, the federal government, on Monday, May 15, approved N19.24 billion 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.
The amount also covers consultancy services for the Dadin Kowa 40MW power project in Gombe state and the furnishing of the 10-storey headquarters of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency located in Victoria Island, Lagos state.