Latest NPower news for today Monday, 26th September 2022, can be accessed below.
The Federal Government through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has announced that the deployment of the Batch C Stream 2 Npower beneficiaries has began in Batches.
NASIMS made this known while reacting to beneficiaries’ queries on the Official Npower Facebook handle on Friday.
The Npower Management advised the Batch C Stream 2 Npower beneficiaries to exercise patience and continue checking the NASIMS Profiles at www.nasims.gov.ng for their Deployment Details, as frequently as possible.
NASIMS had vested the Deployment of the Batch C Stream 2 Npower beneficiaries to Places of Primary Assignment closer to their Residential addresses on the State Focal Persons, while it (NASIMS) uploads the Deployment Details on the NASIMS Portal for the view of the Npower beneficiaries.
FG has given an update on the commencement of two months of Npower Stipends Payment.
Newsone reports that the Federal Government has given an update on the commencement of two Month Npower Stipends Payment as it has revealed the reasons for the payment of the delayed stipends. Recall that beneficiaries of the scheme are entitled to receive 12-month stipends.
Explaining on Monday a source within the office of the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development minister Sadiya Farouq explained the reasons for the delay in payment of two monthly stipends given to beneficiaries of its social intervention programme N-Power.
According to the source who claimed anonymity, “The ministry is planning a special package for the stream 1 who may soon be ending their own program.
He also said that there are plans on going for retention of a category N-Power beneficiaries whose contract will expire this month.
He further said that the ministry was making efforts to develop a good exit package for the beneficiaries and that the money owed would be paid to beneficiaries upon conclusion of the plan which will be revealed this September.
OVER 7,000 BENEFICIARIES TO RECEIVE CASH GRANTS, GEEP LOANS, IN IMO, ABIA
The Federal Government has begun the disbursement of Cash Grants for Vulnerable Groups in Imo and Abia states.
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq flagged off the programmes on Saturday, Sept 10, 2022, at the Concorde Hotel Owerri, alongside the Digitized Payment for Conditional Cash Transfer.
At least 3,894 beneficiaries across the 27 Local Government Areas of the State will receive a twenty thousand Naira one-off Cash Grant for Vulnerable Groups in Imo state while about 4,738 beneficiaries were selected for the Government Enterprise Empowerment Programme interest-free loans.
In her address, the Minister stated that the beneficiaries will receive loans ranging from N50,000 to N300,000 for farmers, petty traders, widows and youths.
“Today, l have come to Roll-Out the programme in the “Land of Hope” Imo State. Hence, successful beneficiaries of the GEEP proagramme will start receiving credit alerts from Access bank by God’s grace.
“This is a programme designed by President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration for vulnerable and low-income Nigerians who are involved in some sort of commercial activity or capacity but have never had the opportunity to access loans. It is meant to give priority to the most vulnerable in our society eg widows, youth, disabled and the displaced amongst others”.
NATIONAL GEEP 2.0 ROLLS OUT NATIONWIDE
The Government Enterprise Empowerment Programme GEEP 2.0 has been officially rolled out.
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Sadiya Umar Farouq launched the National phase of the programme at Daura Kasuwar Kofar ‘Yan Kudu market along Daura road, Katsina state at the weekend.
Minister Umar Farouq said during the presentation of Cheques to peasant farmers and petty business women, that the interest-free loans to beneficiaries was in line with President Muhammadu Buhari’s avowed commitment to fight poverty and its devastating impact from all angles.
“The Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP) is a programme designed by President Muhammadu Buhari administration to create further opportunities for the poor, vulnerable and low-income Nigerians, especially those who are involved in viable informal productive activities with limited financial requirements, but have never had access to loans from the formal financial sector.
“It is meant to give priority to the most vulnerable in our society like widows, youth, Persons With Disabilities and the Internally Displaced Persons amongst others”.
6,511 BENEFICIARIES TO RECEIVE CASH GRANT FOR VULNERABLE GROUPS IN KATSINA
Over 6,500 beneficiaries will receive federal government’s Cash Grant for Vulnerable Groups in Katsina state.
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Sadiya Umar Farouq made this known at the flag off of 7 projects in Katsina state and other poverty eradication programmes of the ministry held in Katsina on Thursday.
Minister Umar Farouq said that Katsina ranked amongst one of the highest with 6511 beneficiaries due to the insurgency in the region.
“Our Grant for Vulnerable Groups target in Katsina State is to disburse grants to a total of 6,511 beneficiaries across the 34 Local Government Areas of the State, worth over N130 million. This is one of the highest slots in the country and is majorly because we took into account the impact of the insurgency, banditry and large volume of IDPs in the state.
“While the target of this Cash Grant project is to increase income and productive assets of the target beneficiaries, it is highly expected that the beneficiaries will utilise the grant to improve their productivity, create wealth, generate employment and improve their standard of living”.
Batch C Stream 2 deployment of 490,000 Npower beneficiaries in progress
The Deployment of 490,000 successful beneficiaries of the Batch C Stream 2 Npower Programme is currently ongoing.
The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development through the Minister’s SA on Media and Publicity, Nneka Ikem Anibueze, disclosed the ongoing process on Saturday, stating that the Batch C Stream 1 Npower Programme ends this August 2022.
“Batch C Npower beneficiaries were divided into two streams, C1 and C2. Batch C1 was deployed in September 2021 and is due to exit the programme this August 2022 after spending 12 months in the programme.
“The payment system is transparent and verifiable using the FECs approved NASIMS platform where each beneficiary sees on the platform, reasons for payment and non-payment owing to truancy or transaction failure.
“The batch C2 pre-selected applicants have concluded their physical verification exercise using one of our strategic partners (NYSC).
“The deployment process commenced on the 1st of August for 490,000 beneficiaries to fill the space of one million N-POWER beneficiaries as approved by Mr President,” stated Mrs Anibueze.
NPower management has assured Npower beneficiaries that “all failed payments from September 2021 to 2022 will be paid as backlogs”.
The management who made this known in a Facebook post said it’s “working tirelessly on all payment issues to ensure they are cleared and paid out.”
The statement reads thus; “All our teams in different departments are working tirelessly to ensure we serve you better. All inconveniences caused by the apparent irregularities during the course of this program is highly regretted. Thank you.
It added “Just as we had assured in time past that all failed payments from September 2021 to 2022 will be paid as backlogs, we are really working tirelessly on all payment issues to ensure they are cleared and paid out. We appreciate your patience so far and solicit for more while resolution last, as it will soon be completed.”
Npower August Stipend payment news today
The latest Npower news on the August stipend payment date is that NASIMS management has not activated the payment. The news circulating that NASIMS management has commenced payment of the August stipend is fake news and should be disregarded.
Npower Commences Batch C Stream 2 PPA Posting
Npower has commenced Batch C Stream 2 PPA Posting as beneficiaries are advised to check their NASIMS dashboard to check their Place of Primary Assignment.
The management of Npower has updated the Nasims dashboard of the beneficiaries of Npower batch C2 and has advised the Beneficiaries to login into their self-service and check their place of posting.
How to check Npower Batch C Stream 2 PPA
1) Go to https://nasims.gov.ng and login with your details
2) Then click on the deployment page and screw down the page to see your place of primary assignment.
If you are deployed you will find a message on the page. Under the “Deployment Details” section, you will see where you have been posted to.
Download your deployment letter and take it to your PPA for acceptance.
Note that the posting is slowly been updated and so some of you might not see changes immediately on your deployment page. Nonetheless, keep checking your dashboard changes as it is been updated.
Nexit CBN Loan: NEXIT Beneficiaries will rapply and geeceive up 5 Million Naira
How to get CBN loan without collateral: The Federal Government in collaboration with the Central Bank of Nigeria have have approved the transition of Npower Batch A and B volunteers into an empowerment programme known as NEXIT Loan.
The major aim of this programme is to provide economic opportunities to beneficiaries of the programme, in line with the Federal Government Agenda to empower the Nigerian Youths and boost entrepreneurship in the country.
NEXIT CBN Loan Registration
Presently, the Nexit portal is open for registration, all interested volunteers are urged to apply for the loan via the NEXIT CBN Portal online.
The Portal that will allow Exited N-Power Beneficiaries to register for CBN empowerment programmes which has been recently launched by the Federal Government Ministry through the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs.
The Npower Exit platform which was put in place by the Central Bank will provided Exited N-Power Beneficiaries the opportunity to log in and apply for the various Economic Empowerment and Entrepreneurship options on the portal.
The NEXIT portal is to assist in gauging the suitability of the exited beneficiaries for the CBN empowerment programs and depends on meeting the requirements stated by the CBN for the loan. The registration portal is open.
You can visit the NPower exit portal to start your application. All you need to do is to visit the portal.READ MORE
Npower News on Payment Issues: Npower June Payment
For those of you that are having payment-related issues, we sincerely apologise for the inconvenience this must have caused you. Our Technical Team is working hard to fix this, and they are committed to making sure you get your payments as soon as possible.
We understand you and we feel your pain. We know how frustrating this could be. Thank you for staying with us so far and for offering your services to the country. We do not take this for granted.
Npower batch C stream 2 Deployment Date
The N Power News latest news on batch C stream 2 is that NASIMS management has said that the Deployment (PPA) for Stream 2 beneficiaries will commence in no time. The management urged shortlisted beneficiaries to disregard any news claiming that beneficiaries are being secretly posted.
Nasims Portal Now Fully Accessible
The latest Npower news now is that the NASIMS Portal is now accessible to all beneficiaries. Newsone reports that Npower Batch C Stream 1 beneficiaries were unable to access the Nasims Portal. Npower beneficiaries who wish to access their dashboard can now do so.
Payment of April stipends has successfully been initiated this evening 29th June 2022, while disbursement and crediting of accounts is expected to commence shortly, we appreciate your patience so far during this moment of delay.
With NPower April payment news currently trending, NASIMS has issued a new statement. Newsone reports that the Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has issued a statement on claims that it has started payments to NPower beneficiaries.
NPower beneficiaries can reach NASIMS official handle HERE to make complaints about the NPower April stipend, Npower May stipend and Npower June stipend payment.
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.
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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Newsone reports that the Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has announced the commencement of Npower March stipend payment to Npower beneficiaries. This online news platform understands that in a bid to put smiles on the faces of Npower Batch C stream 1 beneficiaries, following the delay in their March Npower stipend payment, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has announced that the Npower March stipend payment has commenced.
Nasims has commenced payment of Npower February Stipend. Newsone reports that the Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has announced the commencement of Npower February stipend payment to Npower beneficiaries.
NASIMS has given a fresh update on failed NPower January Stipend Payment. Newsone reports that the Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has given an update on failed NPower January Stipend Payment, saying that batch C1 NPower beneficiaries who experience failed Npower January payments on their Nasims payroll dashboard should not panic that they will be paid.
How to solve NPower Blank Dashboard and NPower Payroll issues can be accessed below. Newsone reports that the Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has issued a statement explaining how to solve NPower Blank Dashboard and NPower Payroll issues to all NPower beneficiaries.
Nasims has commenced payment of Npower January Stipend to Npower Batch C1 beneficiaries. Newsone reports that the Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has announced the commencement of Npower January stipend payment to Npower beneficiaries.
Nasims Commences Payment Of 3 Months Backlog NPower Non Graduate Stipends
Nasims has commenced the payment of 3 months backlog NPower non graduate stipends. Newsone reports that the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development (FMHDSD) through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has given clarification on the payment of 3 months backlogs of stipends for Npower non-graduate beneficiaries.