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Latest N-Power News Roundup For Today Dec. 1, 2020

Latest N-Power News Roundup For Today Dec. 1, 2020

A pleasant day to you and welcome to the latest N-Power news headlines update for today, Tuesday, December 1st, 2020, on AllNews.


Here are the latest N-Power news headlines:

N-Power Beneficiaries Announces Nationwide Protest

N-Power beneficiaries of Batch A and Batch B are planning to protest in order to drive home their demand to the government. The Batch A and B have often complained about the way they were neglected by the government after their exit from the N-Power programme.

In an announcement by one of the groups, N-Power Youth Congress (NYC), the N-Power beneficiaries are planning the protest for December 7, 2020. The protest is described as 1,000,000 man ceaseless protest Nationwide. Read more here.

N-Power Reps Forum Speaks On NEXIT Portal, Tackles Ministry Of Humanitarian Affairs

Following the announcement by the Federal Government of the launch of NEXIT Portal, the 36-state representatives of N-Power volunteers plus the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on Monday berated the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development for their "delay tactics", AllNews reports.

In a statement on Monday signed by the National Media Team of the 36 States and FCT N-Power Representatives' Forum, the council challenged the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, saying "no NEXIT portal has been created as claimed by the Ministry". Read more here.

N-Power: Nigerian Authorities Finally Releases NEXIT Portal (See Here)

Authorities in Nigeria have finally released the NEXIT Portal (N-Power portal), AllNews reports.

According to a tweet on Monday by Nneka Ikem, the Special Assistant, Media and Publicity to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development (Sadiya Farouq), the NEXIT Portal is http://nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng. Read more here.

N-Power: Why Some Beneficiaries Are Having Trouble Logging In To NEXIT Portal - Buhari Minister's Aide

Nneka Ikem, the Special Assistant, Media and Publicity to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development (Sadiya Farouq) has said that many exited N-Power beneficiaries are having trouble logging in to the NEXIT portal due to "heavy traffic", AllNews reports.

Ikem made this known on her known Twitter handle on Monday afternoon. Read more here. Read more here.

N-Power Beneficiaries Releases Update On December Protest

N-Power beneficiaries have released update on their planned December protest after meeting. The protest update follows the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Farouq, announcement that the Federal Government has created a new empowerment portal, NEXIT, for N-Power Batch A and Batch B.

Sadiya disclosed that her Ministry partnered with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to create new empowerment funds opportunity for N-Power beneficiaries that had exited from the social investment programme in the middle of 2020. The NEXIT portal was made public on Monday, November 30, 2020. Read more here. Read more here.


And that’s all for today on the latest N-Power news. Be sure to get more Nigerian news updates on this dependable online news medium. Do enjoy the rest of your day!

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