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In the latest Npower news for Thursday, 21st September 2023, NPower beneficiaries have issued a heartfelt plea to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Dr. Betta Edu, and the newly appointed CEO of the National Social Investment Programmes Agency (NSIPA), Mrs. Delu Bulus Yakubu. Their appeal centers around the unpaid N-Power stipends, spanning a period of eight months.
The beneficiaries have not stopped at voicing their concerns; their children have also joined the chorus, calling for the payment of their fathers’ overdue stipends, recognizing the tangible impact it has on their lives. A touching image of a young girl holding a placard reading “Dr. Betta Edu please pay our father” has gained traction online, drawing attention to their plight.
In other developments, President Bola Tinubu has appointed Delu Bulus Yakubu as the inaugural National Coordinator and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Social Investment Programmes Agency (NSIPA). She will oversee the affairs of the NSIP Programmes, which includes Npower.
Furthermore, there is good news for Npower beneficiaries as the Npower self-service portal is now fully operational. Beneficiaries encountering difficulties validating their accounts can now do so, as the validation link is functioning correctly.
Npower beneficiaries are urged to exercise patience during this transitional phase, as the Ministry is actively reevaluating the programs under NSIP, to potentially accommodate more individuals. This may involve a review of payment structures, aiming to extend the reach of these impactful programs to a broader audience, StechiteGist Media reports.
Regarding the Nexit Opportunity, there are rumors suggesting that new information will soon be provided. Even those who did not participate in the training may be asked to submit their business plans. Efforts may also be made to secure certificates and business plans for those who missed the training from other companies, further expanding opportunities for Nexit participants.
Stay tuned for further updates on these important developments that affect Npower beneficiaries and the broader community.