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This post is about Npower News, possible reasons for failed Npower Payment Status and what you can do to solve the problem.

Naijaonpoint Media  brings to you the possible reasons why some of you are seeing failed on your Npower Payment Status so read on and do not forget to share this post with other Npower Beneficiaries.

While Nasims prepare to share a post by tomorrow regarding the ‘FAILED’ payment status recently encountered by some beneficiaries after they have ascertained the possible cause and way out, we will highlight what might have transpired.

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It is no longer news that Npower has begun paying Npower beneficiaries. However, as the payment continued, some beneficiaries were told that the reason why they are yet to be paid is that they are yet to validate their account on Nasims portal and are instructed to validate their account by editing their profile to add BVN record or call the nasims support line via the numbers below.

Though Npower has sent payment to Beneficiaries bank for disbursement and some beneficiaries payroll status has been on processing mode for the past 1 week. These categories of beneficiaries whose account is not validated might get failed payment status which simply means your bank tried to pay you but the payment failed because of one issue or the other which Nasims will be addressing tomorrow.

 

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If you fall under the categories of those with failed payment status, kindly remain calm. Nasims team will be sharing a post on the cause and possible solutions.

Meanwhile, you can contact Nasims agents for your validation, via these numbers: 092203102, 018888340, and willingly release the information as requested if your account details are not correct. If however, our helplines are irresponsive when you call, please keep calling or try back at intervals and DO NOT SEND EMAIL.

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Npower Begins Payment Of Unpaid Batch C1 Beneficiaries September Salary

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Recall that few days ago, Nasims apologized to unpaid batch C1 Npower beneficiaries on the change of their payment status to failed.

Today Nasims disclosed that the have commenced payment. Read details below!

Nasims wrote:

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This is to inform the affected Batch C 1 Beneficiaries that payment of outstanding September stipend has commenced.

You’re by this updates advised to keep closed monitoring on your account for possibility of being credited without alert. Rectification of payment issues are still ongoing. Be rest assured all qualified Beneficiaries will be paid. We sincerely apologize for all inconveniences caused. Thank you!

 

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Note that if you are still having problem with your BVN account validation, you can still contact Nasims or Npower support line for assistance.

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Jemila Abubakar Memorial Essay Competition 2022

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The Jemila Abubakar Memorial Essay (JAME) Competition 2022 is now accepting applications. Undergraduate students in Nigerian tertiary institutions are encouraged to submit essays on the topic: Criminalization of Suicidal Attempts: To Stay or to Go.

Ms Jemila Abubakar, the Asido Foundation’s first Project Manager, was a selfless angel who was enthusiastic about mental health awareness. Sadly, she died in July 2020 after a brief illness. The Asido Foundation intends to honor her legacy by hosting an annual essay competition for undergraduates from all Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. The focus will be on a current mental health issue.

About Asido Foundation (AF)

The Asido Foundation (AF) is a non-profit charity that aims to combat the ocean of mental health ignorance by providing evidence-based information and engaging in advocacy and intervention activities focused at improving the Nigerian population’s mental health needs.

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Benefits of JAME Essay Competition

  • 1st Place: N200, 000
  • 2nd Place: N150, 000
  • 3rd Place: N100, 000
  • Best 15 submissions will be given awards of excellence.

Competition Qualification Requirements

  • Undergraduates in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions are eligible to enter
  • Entries should be between 750 and 1,500 words long;
  • Because there will be a plagiarism check, entries must be at least 70% original.

How to Apply

If you’re interested and qualified, please fill out the form below.

To apply, go to Asido Foundation (AF)

Please enclose a photocopy of your passport, proof of enrollment, and proof of taking the shameless vow. Please include your name, school, course of study/level, and contact information in the email.

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Click here for additional information.

Source: Naijaonpoint Media

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