N-Power NEXIT / Unpaid Stipends – Reps Tell President Buhari to Keep His Promise

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NPower Latest Update & News: NPower Beneficiaries Nationwide have challenged President Muhammadu Buhari to ‘keep to his promise’.

In a tweet on its official handle on Monday, the 36 States and FCT NPower Representatives recalled how the disengaged volunteers campaigned staunchly for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in 2019.

The exited beneficiaries urged authorities in Nigeria to speed up their NEXIT plan.

“36 States and FCT Npower Reps, together with the 500,000 exited Batch A and B Volunteers gathered to RAVE Abuja for APC government and for the Presidency.

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“We gave our support, and in return the Office of the Vice President @ProfOsinbajo then promised that we will not go back to the Street, TODAY that promised has been broken, Mr President Keep your Promise!!!,” the message read.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has said that NPower Batch C applicants “should update their information on the National Social Investment Information Management System (NASIMS) platform”.

The Federal Ministry adds that “all applicants should check their respective email addresses provided at the point of application for information on how to log in to the portal”.

“As a follow up update on earlier announcement on the enrolment process for the Batch C applicants for the #Npower programme, applicants should update their information on the National Social Investment Information Management System ( NASIMS) platform,” a piece of information on the verified Twitter handle of the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development reads on Friday May 7, 2021.

“To date, this program (NPower) has touched the lives of countless Nigerians and we are encouraged by the positive impact we are making as we continue with our broader vision of productively engaging our young people under the Social Investment Programmes.

“In order to access the benefits of this batch, all applicants should check their respective email addresses provided at the point of application for information on how to log in to the portal; Visit http://nasims.gov.ng to log into the applicant portal and update…”

Since the commencement of the enrolment process of N-Power Batch C on 26th June 2020, over 5 million Nigerians have applied.

The Nigerian government says it is picking one million entrants from the final application pool.

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