Npower February 2022 Stipends- Pending Payment Status has been Initiated
We are pleased to inform all Npower Batch C stream 1 Beneficiaries that stipends for the month of February 2022 has been initiated. All those still owed backlog especially those whose payment of stipends failed in the month of January 2022 should be rest assured that payments will be paid. see more details below.
All Beneficiaries should check there Nasims profile dashboard to confirm if the payment confirmation status has change to pending under the payroll tab. Please note that this 'pending' will change to 'Processing' in the coming days where alert will be sent to all beneficiaries.
Please be inform that no date has been fixed for the final and complete physical verification for Batch C, stream 2. this will be posted and communicated to those concerned.
February 2022 Stipends Payment
All Npower Batch C stream 1 beneficiaries will start receiving there Npower February Stipends immediately after the holidays by may 2 and 3, 2022. Those who may have issues, should call the Npower customer service agent on 01-8888148 and send in your Npower ID for the issue to be resolved.
Npower Batch A and B training phase for second set
All beneficiaries who fall under this category should get set for the next traning phase that will commence by next month. All those concern should dial the Npower CBN/Nexit loan code and get assurance of booking there place in the next training date. Please be inform too that the training phase has been divided into three phases of which we have completed the first phase across the country.
Dont Sell your N-Skills Starter Pack
The Hon. Minister was in Kano state last week to launch the N-Skill programme where she warn the N-Skills Beneficiaries not to sell starter pack handed over to them after the programme which was well conceived to take them out of unemployment and turn them into emplyers of labour.
" The N-Skills Programme, is based on a certification system and accredication of practical training provided through the informal apprenticeship system anchored by Master Craft Persons (MCPs) and the formal training system included using the Community Skills Development Centres ( COSDECs) in many states of the federation.
Absconding from duty Post will be investigated
It has come to our notice that alot of Npower Batch C beneficiaires have continue to abscond from there duty post as this is against the practice of the Social Investment Programme, this we enjoin all those concern to be that there duty post at all times as our independent monitors will be mandated to fish out those invlove and there will be removed from the programme. The Federal Government is committing the sum of over N5.9 billion on training, tooling and monthly stipends of Batch C stream 1 beneficiaries and this cannot be taken for granted.
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