NASIMS Begins Payment of Npower November Stipend to Beneficiaries
According to Nasims, while the November payment process has been initiated and crediting of accounts begins shortly, kindly note that all outstanding September and October stipends will definitely be cleared. We appreciate your patience so far.
Recall that a few weeks ago, the same effort was made but a few hours after the November Payment was initiated, it was removed again to halt an error ensuring simultaneous payment and hitch-free payment gateway is achieved.
Now that the payment has been reinitiated, we hope that the November payment will now go as planned.
Meanwhile, The Npower management has sent a new important notice to Npower Batch C Stream 1 beneficiaries warning them of the false information regarding the resignation button on the beneficiary’s dashboard.
Npower management, through their official Facebook page, has warned beneficiaries to disregard the false information circulating the social media that the resignation button was added in order for beneficiaries to resign if they can’t bear the Lopsided payment.
According to Npower, they stated that the information is false and does not emanate from N-Power.
NASIM New Support Email for NPower Stipends Complaint
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:
- Visit your bank for confirmation of your account being credited without receiving alert.
- If your account is truly not credited, obtain a statement of account and send a detailed complaint to this email => [email protected]
Nexit Loan Applicant Portal 2022: How to Apply for Nexit 300k Loan this May
Naijaonpoint Media reports that the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Minister, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouk, stated on Thursday during the weekly ministerial briefing organized by the presidential media team that the Federal Government will be providing 300,000 N-Power exited beneficiaries with loan facilities from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) after Nexit vocational training.
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She said: “Yes, we have an exit strategy, which we partner with the Central Bank of Nigeria. And out of this 500,000, about 300,000 indicated interest to be put on an exit programme where you can be trained on different skills, skills of their choice and they will be given loans by the Central Bank of Nigeria, for them to start their businesses.
This we have gone far. We are in the process of training those that have indicated interest. And I’m sure before the end of this quarter, these people the end of this quarter, these people will be given these loans by the CBN.
As a government agency the ministry, we do not give loans. So, we have to partner with those institutions that can do that.
Unfortunately, some of these people were not very wise in their savings but for anybody that’s really serious, most of them have saved.
About 109,000 of the N-Power beneficiaries have become entrepreneurs. They are now employers of Labour and we have evidence of that which can be provided to you.
This is a very laudable programme, and people have benefited and people are being supported. And we have an exit strategy. And we are on and it’s a continuous process.