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Following the Federal Government of Nigeria's announcement about two weeks ago that Batch A and B N-Power beneficiaries have been finally exited, the outgoing beneficiaries are anxious about their outstanding stipends.
AllNews understands that the government has begun enrolment and onboarding of a new Batch of beneficiaries.
Its the tenth day of July, and as the time of publishing this report, AllNews observed that N-Power graduate beneficiaries are still demanding their June pay.
Only one batch, (B) is still officially enrolled in the famed scheme. The time span of Batch A ended on June 30, 2020.
@NTANewsNow greetings,I wish to use this medium to inform the ministry of humanitarian to pay the npower beneficiary's of batch A and B June stipend know the period we are now( pandemic ) that woman must be wicked and corrupt.— Seeker of light (@UmeakuAnderson) July 10, 2020
Npower june stipend.? Hmmmm!!! Today is 10th yet batch A & B disengaged without june stipend. GOD HELP YOUR CHILDREN.— Sammytex (@Sammytex13) July 10, 2020
Please Npower officials when are you paying our June stipend and revealing our exit package and the group B device collections, it will be shameful if all of these is not carried out before sending us to the street again after putting our best to served under the rain and sun. https://t.co/M57WedwIjk— Ojo Austine (@OjoAustine4) July 9, 2020
@npower_ng is there any hope for June stipend?— Uthman221 (@Mannat202) July 9, 2020
Sad but I doubt this report, 109,000 npower beneficiaries are business owners? Where? How? When? It is well o! Madam pls our June stipend pls.— Favour A. (@FavourA85917944) July 10, 2020
Pls will you people pay our June stipend— Saadatu Ishak (@IshakSaadatu) July 9, 2020
These are the things you will get especially when you all are silent. What is going on with June stipend? Are we still entitle to it?— Aganmuyi Dare (@AganmuyiD) July 9, 2020
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