NPower News Absorb 400,000 Applicants for 3rd Batch – The federal government has said that 400,000 candidates will be absorbed in the third batch of their N-Power National Social Investment Scheme (NSIP).
Last week, the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development stated that it would begin the nomination of the third batch of N-Power beneficiaries on June 26, 2020.
The ministry defined that the nomination would present an option for additional Nigerian youth to enter the program, for President Muhammadu Buhari’s imaginative and presentation of lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty.
The Ministry additionally acknowledged that the current units of the Scheme (Batch A) will be phased out on June 30, 2020, while the (Batch B) will be phased out on July 31, 2020.
The plan gave additional details on the upcoming nomination via its official Twitter deal with @npower_ng on Monday.
The tweet reads: “This week, the N-Power portal will re-open for registration; 400,000 beneficiaries will be drawn from the equipment pool.
“Below are some tricks for preparing the list: Prepare your BVN, guarantee that you’re not currently working in any organization, and the utility is on-line.”
NPower News Absorb 400,000 Applicants for 3rd Batch
Reacting to the tweet among the current beneficiaries, their March, April and non-payment of payment allowances were not paid.
Responding, the plan assured that these dues would be paid before exiting the program.
Additionally, Hazia Sadia Farooq, Minister of Human Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, said on Monday that there are about 12,000 N-Power beneficiaries, but their three-month stipend is to be paid. The minister said that the delay was caused by administrative points which are being resolved.
Speaking on Monday in Abuja over the briefing by the presidential task force on COVID-19, Farooq said: “As far as the Ministry is concerned, we have paid N-Power beneficiaries who are verified and cost-beneficial We have received 500,000 N-Power volunteers.
“On these claims that they have not been paid, we want in these points with the Federation’s Account General’s workplace.”