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N-Power News Today 2021 June: Verification, Shortlist, NASIMS, Deployment, NEXIT, Registration, Recruitment And More

N-Power News Today 2021 June: Verification, Shortlist, NASIM

Latest N-Power News Today 2021:

The N-Power scheme was established by President Muhammadu Buhari to help tackle unemployment and alleviate poverty in Nigeria. Keep up with the latest trends, including registration, recruitment, shortlist, transition, NEXIT, NASIMS online portal information etc. This is for non-graduates and graduates.

For The Record: Under Buhari’s Nose, Ministries of Humanitarian Affairs, Finance Pocketed N2.1 Billion N-Power Money

Over 14, 000 N-Power Batches A and B beneficiaries are still at a loss regarding their five-month outstanding stipend arrears.

Despite the promise by Sadiya Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development of Nigeria, to pay all outstanding stipends of exited N-Power beneficiaries before the end of 2020, the Nigerian youths are still yet to get paid - seven months after her pledge. Read more here.

N-SIP: After Sustaining N-Power, FG Reiterates Commitment Fo Lift More Nigerians Out Of Poverty

As the Federal Government of Nigeria keep on with the famed N-Power scheme, authorities on Tuesday, reiterated their determination to lift more Nigerians out of poverty through the National Social Investment Programmes (N-SIP).

Hajiya Sadiya Umar-Farouq, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Interventions, made the remarks while distributing engagement letters and monitoring devices to some Independent Monitors in Kano. Read more here.

N-Power Unpaid Stipends/NEXIT: None Of Us Have Received Payment From Farouq’s Ministry, Spokesperson Of Aggrieved Beneficiaries Stresses

Spokesman of aggrieved former N-Power beneficiaries, Comrade Aremu Ridwan, has reacted to a statement by the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Social Development and Disaster Management, Hajia Sadiya Farouq over the payment of their five-month allowance backlogs.

Recall that Farouq announced not long ago that all the issues of the N-Power backlog had been settled. Read more here.

N-Power Unpaid Stipends/NEXIT: 'Minister Farouq Need To Pay Our Backlog' - Former Beneficiary

A former beneficiary of the Nigerian government's N-Power scheme, Muhammed Al-Mustapha Shuaibu says it imperative on Sadiya Umar Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, to settle the arrears of over 14, 000 erstwhile beneficiaries.

AllNews reports that the exited N-Power batches A and B beneficiaries continue to express their dismay at the inaction of Nigerian authorities in respect of the owed stipends of exited beneficiaries and the delayed implementation of the NEXIT by the Federal Ministry of the Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development. Read more here.

N-Power Batch C: NASIMS Portal Closed (ICYMI)

The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) portal for N-Power Batch C applicants has closed.

A piece of information on the NASIMS portal showed that the application (the mandatory online test) closed on the 11th of May, 2021. Read more here.

N-Power-esque Teach For Nigeria Recruitment: How To Apply, Plus Salary

An initiative resembling the famed N-Power scheme of the Nigerian Federal Government, Teach For Nigeria Recruitment is ongoing, AllNews reports.

Recall N-Power had N-Teach as part of the components of its graduate programme. Volunteers were posted to public schools across Nigeria. 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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