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Latest Npower NASIMS News Today Tuesday 18th January 2022

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Latest Npower NASIMS News Today Tuesday 18th January 2022

Latest Npower News Today Tuesday 18th January 2022 – Npower Stipend Payment – Npower October, November and December stipends can be assessed below.

Welcome to Naijaonpoint Media, we have compiled the Latest Npower News for today Monday 17th January 2022 to update our Npower audience on the latest happenings around the scheme. So if you are among the NPower beneficiaries, make sure to read this article to the end.

October Salary payment is ongoing for those who have not received their payment. If you are among those who have not received theirs. You have to be patient.

For those who have received their October Stipend but refused to resume at their PPA, you are advised to do so today, Tuesday.

Meanwhile, November and December stipends are being processed and you will be paid soon.

Npower Resignation: Reason Beneficiaries Should Safeguard Their Password

It’s not longer news that the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has included a Resignation button in the NPower self-service portal for beneficiaries who will like to resign from the scheme.

Although it has been rumoured that the resignation button was activated due to “unnecessary calls from mischievous beneficiaries over unpaid Stipend,” but it has nothing do with that.

It is important for Npower beneficiaries who got jobs and wish to leave the Npower programme or may however wish to resign from the Programme based on any reason best known to him/her.

Due to this new development, it’s time for beneficiaries to guard his/her login password in order not be the victim of unwarranted or unintentional resignation.

There have been cases where many Npower beneficiaries got resigned from the Programme without proper explanation on how it happened.

Such cases were reported among the Batch A and B Npower beneficiaries and have also been reported by some beneficiaries of the Batch C Stream 1 Npower Programme, and such reports will continue to be received.

There was same report from an Npower Batch C beneficiary in the NPower group on Facebook, who complained of being resigned but know nothing about it.

Due to this new development, it’s time for beneficiaries to guard his/her login password in order not be the victim of unwarranted or unintentional resignation.

There have been cases where many Npower beneficiaries got resigned from the Programme without proper explanation on how it happened.

Such cases were reported among the Batch A and B Npower beneficiaries and have also been reported by some beneficiaries of the Batch C Stream 1 Npower Programme, and such reports will continue to be received.

There was the same report from Npower Batch C beneficiary in the NPower group on Facebook, who complained of being resigned but know nothing about it.

Ministry Flags Off Training Of 37 Master Trainers For N-Skills Programme

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development Sadiya Umar Farouq has flagged off the training workshop for 37 Master Trainers for the N-Skills Programme, an arm under Federal Government’s National Social Investment Programme N-Power, has commenced in Abuja.

During the opening declaration of the training, the honourable minister, Sadiya Umar Farouq, stated that the N-Skills programme targets marginalized and disadvantaged populations, including those with primary or no-formal education.

According to the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Mr Bashir Nura Alkali, who represented the Minister, stated that the 37 Master Trainers will later coordinate the training of 6,475 youths selected from the 36 States and FCT.

NASIMS Updates The Npower Self-Service Portal, Adds Resignation Button

The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has now added a resignation button on the beneficiaries dashboard on the Npower self-service portal, giving beneficiaries the opportunity to resign from the programme.

The Resign button is for beneficiaries who are tired of the program and wish to resign and continue with their normal life. If you are one of them, all you need to do is to log in to your dashboard, click o the Resign button, choose your reason for resignation, then on the second section you explain further your reason for wanting to resign and submit.

Latest Npower NASIMS News Today Tuesday 18th January 2022

Nasims Update Non-Graduate Npower Batch C Stream 2 Status

NASIMS has updated the Non-Graduate Npower Batch C Stream 2 Status. This new development occurred today as some of the Beneficiaries took to some of their discussion group to share the news.

Recall that a few days ago, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar-Farouq, stated that the Federal Government will soon enlist additional 400,000 youths under the N-power programme. The Minister said the youths will be enlisted under Batch C stream 2 for the programme which is aimed at equipping the youths with life-long skills.

So if you applied for Npower and have been waiting to be Shortlisted in stream 2, we advise you to keep visiting the self-service portal https://nasims.gov.ng/ to stay updated with new changes on your profile dashboard.

The batch C stream 1 non-graduate beneficiaries in N-Tech just finished their training a few weeks ago and it’s now the turn of Stream non-graduate Npower build to start training.

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How To Resolve NPower Stipend Failed Payments, Paid But Not Credited

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Naijaonpoint Media reports that the National Social Investment Management System has issued new guidance to Batch C Stream 1 Npower recipients who have payment difficulties such as Paid but not Credited or FAILED PAYMENT status.

Many Batch C Stream 1 Npower beneficiaries have experienced payment issues, most recently with their March stipend payment, as well as January and February stipend payments that “FAILED” to complete for some Npower beneficiaries.

Npower beneficiaries from Batch C Stream 1 have voiced their discontent with the situation and have requested that the Npower Management resolve all pending issues and credit their bank accounts.

NASIMS has directed Npower Batch C Stream 1 beneficiaries who have a “PAID but not Credited Issue” to visit their banks for confirmation of their accounts being credited without getting alerts, then if the money truly did not drop into their Bank Accounts, to obtain a statement of their Bank Accounts & file an accurate complaint to the new email address [email protected]

The Npower Management issued a warning that the directives must be implemented to the letter in order to settle any unresolved issues as promptly as feasible.

The Humanitarian Affairs Ministry informed today on Twitter that Batch C Stream 1 Npower beneficiaries who are suffering “FAILED PAYMENT” issues should be patient, as payments for months that failed to complete will be reinstated for each of the afflicted Npower beneficiaries.

Remember what NASIMS claimed before: “Those Whose Issues Have Been Fixed Are Being Paid Out Gradually,” and “You will be paid as soon as the issue that caused the delay/failure in payment of your stipend is resolved.”

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NASIM New Support Email for NPower Stipends Complaint

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NASIM New Support Email for NPower Stipends Complaint has been released..

The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has created a new email address for concerns about stipend payments. Those who are having problems with their Npower stipend payment can quickly remedy the problem by sending an email to NASIMS. Continue reading until the end to see NASIM New Support Email.

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 alert.
  2. If your account is truly not credited, obtain a statement of account and send a detailed complaint to this email => [email protected]

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