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Latest NPower News On Backlog Payment Today 19 October 2023



Latest NPower News On Backlog Payment Today 19 October 2023 Can Be Accessed Below.


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News Rain Nigeria reports that FG has renamed Npower to Renewed Hope Job Creation Programme (RHJCP) and revealed when payment of allowance backlog will commence.

the Federal Government of Nigeria led by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has said it would commence payment of the nine-month backlog to Npower beneficiaries in November 2023.

N-Power MGT Proposes N60000 Monthly Stipends payment

In today’s Latest Npower News, the N-Power MGT Proposes a N60,000 Monthly Stipends payment for the prospective Beneficiaries of renewed hope Npower Skill Up Nigeria Program.

The Honourable Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty alliviation Dr. Betta Edu disclosed this information in the latest interview she had with channels.

According to the Minister, the present pay is N30,000 but we are proposing a unified payment of N50,000 to N60,000 for the prospective Beneficiaries of the renewed Hope Npower Skill Up Nigeria Program.

The Minister further stated that they are waiting until they have the agreement on what the new minimum wage will be and then pay them according to the new minimum wage.

The Npower program is currently under restructuring by the new management and will commence fully by January 2024 when the restructuring is completed. You may want to also read N-power Released Statement On Program Audit And Temporary Suspension

It’s no longer news that the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation has recovered funds held by the consultant for several months which led to the 8-month Npower beneficiaries’ unpaid stipends. If you missed details of this update, read it here N-Power Recovers Money To Pay 8 Months Beneficiaries Debt

The New managers of the Npower Programme earlier announced the Suspension of the Npower programme in order to investigate the issue that led to the mismanagement of the Npower fund, and to recover the money and pay all the Beneficiaries owed.

Now that the funds have been recovered, the question is which category of Npower beneficiaries qualified to receive the 8-months backlog payment which will be paid soon.

To answer this question, we decided to drop 5 things that might make a Npower beneficiary not qualify for the 8 months payments! See details below:

1. Beneficiaries who do not honor their obligation to the programme: They are found wanted for not reporting to their places of primary assignments as required since they were selected for the program.

2. Npower Beneficiaries who work and receive salary in other government organizations.

3. Npower beneficiaries who have completed their program like the batch A, B and C1

4. Gost beneficiaries

5. Npower beneficiaries who are not confirmed verified in the latest verification done by the new Npower management.

The Npower management has assured all beneficiaries with genuine claims that they will receive their payment once they resolve the issues.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What is Npower, and who are the beneficiaries?

Npower is a social intervention program in Nigeria aimed at providing job opportunities and skills acquisition for unemployed youths. Beneficiaries are young Nigerians who have been enrolled in various categories of the program.

2. What are the causes of stipend delays in N-Power?

Stipend delays in N-Power can be attributed to administrative and logistical challenges. Minister Betta Edu is working on addressing these issues to ensure timely payments.

3. How can I apply for Npower if I’m interested?

When the recruitment process begins, you can apply for Npower through the official website or portal provided by the Nigerian government. Keep an eye on official announcements for updates.

4. What are the long-term goals of the Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation Ministry?

The ministry’s long-term goals include establishing humanitarian hubs across Nigeria to support impoverished communities and providing affordable, locally-produced commodities to the public.

5. How can beneficiaries track the distribution of palliatives in their local government areas?

The ministry plans to use technology to track palliative distribution, ensuring transparency. Specific details on how beneficiaries can access this information will be provided in due course.