Latest NPower News Highlight Wednesday, 19th October 2022
The latest Npower news collected on Wednesday, October 19, 2022 by this reporter.
Here is today’s quick highlight for everyone Npower News for Monday, October 17, 2022. This page is updated frequently with the latest news; Make sure to recheck soon to avoid missing out on important updates.
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also: Npower August Stipends payment begins for all Batch C recipients – see full updates today
- Payment Extension C 1: Newsonline can officially confirm (based on information from reliable sources) that the term of Npower Batch C Stream 1 has not been extended. The duration of the Npower Batch C Stream 1 program is one year; rom September 2021 to September 2022.
Contrary to rumors circulating about extending the term of the Npower Batch C Stream 1 program by one year (12 months), the August 2022 stipend will be the last stipend for recipients.
In a recent statement seen by this reporter, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Saadia Omararouk announced that the exit plan from batch C 1 will come into effect as soon as the August salary is paid … ..I read here
However, if there are any further developments in this matter, Newsonline will not hesitate to inform you in due course as well. In the meantime, please ignore such rumors.
- Npower August Monthly Salary: The monthly payment for August has been passed to all Npower Batch C Stream 1 beneficiaries from pending status and processing status to payment status. What this means is that C1 recipients are starting to get an alert that their August paycheck has gone down in their bank accounts.
However, the NASIMS Dashboard A small number of beneficiaries are still in the waiting or processing phase. If this is your case, please note that there is no cause for concern yet. Npower’s monthly salaries are paid in instalments, so expect to receive your credit alert soon, bar for any technical issues.
Furthermore, delays in payment processing may be due to technical hindrances, either with the NASIMS Npower payment platform or with some banks. Please confirm with your bank if the problem persists for too long. You may also contact NASIMS Npower officials via the appropriate communication channels to submit your complaint. Read more here.
- C2 batch posting: Npower Batch C Stream 2 continues as beneficiaries are migrated in batches. Applicants must check their dashboard to print the PPA Post Letter. The posting letter is available for download on the NASIMS portal following the procedure issued by the Npower Department.
If you are among the beneficiaries of Batch C Stream 2, please check the NASIMS dashboard for your Npower posting letter. We are pleased to inform Npower Batch C2 recipients who were unable to download their PPA letter before to start downloading it now.
All you have to do is login to www.nasims.gov.ng Go to the Publishing tab, download the letter, print it, take the primary placement designation (PPA) for signature and/or seal by the relevant authority, and re-upload to the NASIMS portal. The Npower acceptance letter will be shown and verified by your PPA supervisor and your credentials will also be checked. Make sure you go to your PPA with all the documents you have uploaded on the Npower NASIMS portal.
4. Kogi NPower News Update: The Kogi state office in N-Power has distanced itself from the news that they are raising money from N-Power Batch C, and the recipients of the second stream to sign and stamp their publication letter.
Kogi N-Power Program Officer, Professor Sadiq Hamid disclosed this in a statement on Sunday on behalf of Kogi State Coordinator, National Social Investment Program (NSIP) Prince Abdul Karim Onyeki Suleiman.
The statement indicated that anyone who presents themselves as office officers and accuses the recipients of N200 and N500 each for signing or stamping their publication letters will be arrested and handed over to the relevant authorities for prosecution.
The statement reads in part, “This is to notify all N-Power Batch C, Stream II recipients that there are no fees or charges associated with signing and sealing publication letters!
“The N-Power Kogi State Office wishes to distance itself from anyone pretending to be an office employee and charges recipients of N200 and N500 each to sign or stamp their publication letters.
“We have repeatedly warned that NPower registration, online testing, physical verifications and postings are completely free, and then beneficiaries are advised to report anyone requesting money or fees to sign their letters under the guise of office officers or any identification either as employees of the NSIP, local government areas, National Youth Service Corp, (NYSC) Head of the PPA to the NSIP office. Anyone caught committing this act should be reported to the relevant authorities “…Read more here
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