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5 Mistakes Npower Beneficiaries Make When Making Complains To NASIMS

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5 Mistakes Npower Beneficiaries Make When Making Complains To NASIMS

NPower Latest News: Lots of Npower Batch C Volunteers having payment issues are fond of making the following mistakes below when making complains to Npower NASIMS

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1) Long Messages: Please if you are an N-Power Batch C Volunteer having payment issues, please avoid writing long messages to Npower when laying your complains, always keep your messages short.

2) Npower ID: Lots of Batch C Volunteers are fond of making the mistake of not sending in their ID when making complains to Nasims, please if you are an Batch C Volunteer and you want your issues to be resolved promptly the first thing to send to Npower is your ID.

3) Not Sending Their NASIMS Names: Quite a handful of Batch C Volunteers having payment issues are guilty of this, most Batch C Volunteers fail to send their NASIMS profile names when making complains to Npower, please always send your NASIMS profile names when laying your complain with respect to payment issues.

4) Account Names: Majority of Batch C Volunteers having payment issues do not send their account names when making their complains to Npower, please if you are an N-Power Batch C Volunteer having payment issues please always send your bank account names as it appears on your bank account.

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5) BVN Number: Please avoid sending your BVN number to Npower, you can only send your BVN names, your BVN number is not necessary, when laying your complain concerning payment issues.

The above issues if not well spelt out will not enable Npower to address your payment issues timely.

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Criteria to Access Federal Government N250bn Gas Intervention Fund

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The Federal Government, through the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has launched the Gas intervention fund last year. According to the Federal Government, investors must meet seven (7) criteria to access the N250 billion intervention fund for gas value chain businesses. Here we will show you the seven criteria to access federal government N250bn gas intervention fund.

The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva, through his Technical Adviser, Ms Brenda Attaga listed the criteria in Abuja on Sunday when she addressed newsmen.

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Criteria to access Federal Government N250bn gas intervention fund

Your business plan must meet the following government’s national objective of creating skilled and unskilled employment:

  1. Technical feasibility,
  2. Overall business plan on skills and experience output of the plan,

  3. Social economic impact of the business plan,

  4. What percentage of internally generated revenue (IGR) it would contribute to the state in which the applicant plans to operate,

  5. Financial feasibility of the business plan,

  6. Economic and finance models,

  7. Environmental feasibility of the plan.

Attaga disclosed that 27 applications had been received so far, and they have obligor limit of N10 billion each.

She added that on the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) portion, fifty (50) applications had been received, noting that SME scheme had a limit of N50 million.

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She said:

“In this regard, our evaluation covers seven fundamental areas which must be evidenced by applicants.

“This is because people have sent us all kinds of applications that are not in line with the recommended framework of our evaluation.

“The essence is really for us as a ministry to support the propagation of gas and also creation of jobs through access to financing,’’ she said

She added that SME will also follow similar structure but that start ups would enjoy some leniency in the financial model.

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According to her, SMEs will prove that they are registered with Cooperate Affairs Commission (CAC), pay taxes, affiliate to first class companies which are already established businesses with good track records within the gas value chain.

Ms Attaga also said there was no timeline for applications, but that the fund had a fixed amount.

Source: Naijaonpoint Media

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How To Register For NYSC 2022 Batch A

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Are you a Prospective Corps Member (PCM)? Do you want to serve in the one-year mandatory National Service program? If ‘yes’, kindly read this post till the end as it shows guides on how to register for NYSC. At the end of this article, you will learn the NYSC steps by step registration process for 2022 Batch A.

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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Registration Portal will soon be opened. Once the NYSC portal is open, prospective corps members are expected to register online. You can check out the documents needed for NYSC registration at cyber cafe. The registration can also be done with your smartphones.

How much is NYSC registration fee?

Be informed that the NYSC online form is free of charge. But when filling the online form you would be given an option to pay to enables you print your Call-up letter online. For details, check out the total cost of NYSC registration.

How to Register for NYSC 2022 Batch A

  1. Visit the NYSC Registration Portal at https://portal.nysc.org.ng/.
  2. Create a profile account.

  3. Login to your dashboard and fill the NYSC registration form.

  4. Upload all the required documents.

  5. Enrol for biometric thumbprint.

  6. Submit your application.

  7. Print NYSC Registration slip.

Once you have successfully completed the registration steps above, wait for your NYSC Call-Up Letter.

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What Is NYSC Call-Up Letter?

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) call-up letter is a document that shows where a corps member has been posted to serve. It’s usually released 3 or 4 days to camp date. You can check out the NYSC Call-up letter sample.

What is NYSC Senate List Out?

NYSC Senate list is a document approved by the Senate of your institution that contains the names of graduates who qualified for National Youth Service Corps program. You can check your name on the NYSC Senate List.

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