Latest NPower News Today On Payment Of August, September, October Stipends, 19 November 2022
NPower News Today Headlines, the latest NPower News On Payment for July, August, September, and October, today, Saturday 19/11/2022, has been compiled and can be accessed below.
BrandNewsDay Nigeria has compiled the latest NPower News Today, N-Power Batch C news headlines update today, Saturday, November 19, 2022.
Meanwhile, this is the recap of the Latest NPower News Today Headline Updates for this week, continue reading below:
Latest NPower News Today On Payment Of August, September, and October Stipends, Saturday, November 19, 2022
NPower News: NPower Commences Payment Of Npower August and September Stipends 2022
Nasims initiated Payment Of Npower March Stipend 2022, details can be accessed below.BrandNewsDay reports that the Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has announced the commencement of the Npower March stipend payment to Npower beneficiaries.
This online news platform understands that in a bid to put smiles on the faces of Npower Batch C stream 1 beneficiary, following the delay in their March Npower stipend payment, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has announced that the Npower March stipend payment has commenced.
BrandNewsDay Nigeria reports that Nasims made this disclosure about the initiated payment in a post on its official page on the social media network, Facebook, titled: “TO ALL UNPAID BENEFICIARIES OF 2021 PAYMENTS AND OTHER OUTSTANDING.
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NPower News Today| Nasims Gives Fresh Update On Failed June/July Stipends Payment
Nasims Gives Fresh Update On Failed January Stipends Payment, details can be accessed below.
BrandNewsDay Nigeria reports that Nasims has given an update on failed January Stipends payment and says that batch C1 beneficiaries who experience failed January payments on their Nasims payroll dashboard should not panic that they will be paid.
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While June payments are still in progress, we discovered some payment was unsuccessful, as a result of a long period of PAYMENT PROCESSING thereby Payment was unable to drop in some accounts. No cause for Alarm yet, all…
NPower News: N-Power Physical Verification Date 2022 | Www.nasims.gov.ng
NPower Physical Verification Date 2022 | Www.nasims.gov.ng, details can be accessed below.
BrandNewsDay Nigeria has gathered how you can access your NPower Physical Verification Date 2022, by visiting www.nasims.gov.ng.
In this article, you will understand that you can access your portal; please log into your self-service portal at www.nasims.gov.ng to see if you have been selected and to confirm the location for your physical confirmation scheduled for Tuesday 14th June to Saturday, June 25, 2022, is prepared.
You can use the USSD code *45665# to confirm the location for your physical verification. The following requirements are expected from you:
- Your N-Power identification number
- Valid means of identification
- Academic credentials.
Beneficiaries of NPower Batch C, Stream 1 who have not been able to check their physical condition in the last year due to some challenges must attend Batch c2 from June 14th to 25th, 2022 for physical verification.
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NASIMS Unveils NASIMS New Support Email For NPower Stipends Complaint
NASIMS has unveiled NASIMS New Support Email For NPower Stipends Complaint, details can be accessed below.
BrandNewsDay reports that the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has created a new email address for concerns about stipend payments. Those who have problems with their Npower stipend payment can quickly remedy the problem by emailing NASIMS.
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Nasims offered the following options to help N-Power beneficiaries with payment issues:
1. Visit your bank for confirmation of your account being credited without receiving an alert.
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N-Power News: FG Reveals when Commencement of Two Months Npower Stipends Payment
BrandNewsDay reports that the Federal Government has given an update on the commencement of two Months’ Npower News Stipends Payment as it has revealed the reasons for the delayed stipend payment.
Recall that beneficiaries of the scheme are entitled to receive 12-month stipends.
Explaining on Monday a source within the office of the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development minister Sadiya Farouq explained the reasons for the delay in payment of two monthly stipends given to beneficiaries of its social intervention programme N-Power.
According to the source who claimed anonymity, “The ministry is planning a special package for the stream 1 who may soon be ending their own program.
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Nasims, on Monday, Commenced Shortlisting applicants and Biometric Capturing for Npower Batch C Stream 2, details can be accessed below.
BrandNewsDay reports that the Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has announced that it has started shortlisting and Biometric Capturing for Npower Batch C Stream 2 applicants.
According to NASIMS in a post, ”Dear Npower Applicants, shortlisting process for Batch C Stream Il has commenced”.
Moving on, Nasims has further instructed Npower Batch C Stream 2 To begin Biometric Capturing.
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Federal Government Reveals How NPower Programmes Swallowed N5.9bn In Kano
Federal Government Reveals How NPower Programmes Swallowed N5.9bn In Kano State, detail can be accessed below.BrandNewsDay reports that the Federal Government, on Sunday, stated that the estimated amount spent on all NPower activities under the National Social Investment Programmes in Kano State was N5.9bn.
This online news platform confirmed that the FG denied reports that claimed that the N5.9bn was spent only on the training/tooling and payments of about 177 youths in smartphone repairs in the state.
The media aide to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Nneka Anibeze, disclosed this in a statement issued in Abuja.