NPower News Today 21st january 2021
Here are the latest N-Power news headlines:
N-Power: Buhari’s Minister’s Aide Provides Useful Update For Beneficiaries Still Awaiting Validation Mail
Nneka Ikem, the Special Assistant, Media and Publicity to Sadiya Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development on Sunday told erstwhile N-Power beneficiaries still awaiting their validation mail that they’ll receive it soon.
The reason some of the exited beneficiaries have not received verification mail as regards the NEXIT portal, Ikem said, is because “mails are being sent in batches to prevent the https://nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng/auth/login platform from crashing”. Read more here.
N-Power: ‘Pay 14, 200 Beneficiaries 5-Month Stipend As Promised’ – Nigerian Youths Tell Farouq
Erstwhile beneficiaries of the Nigerian government’s famed scheme – N-Power, continue to besiege the cyberspace to express their utter displeasure with the manner in which Sadiya Farouq, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, is handling the programme.
Since assuming office in 2019, Farouq is often accused of delaying N-Power beneficiaries’ stipends unnecessarily, and she is being criticised by some of the exited Batch A and B beneficiaries for ‘ejecting them from the famed scheme without a proper plan in place’. Read more here.
‘They Capture With N-Power’ – Shehu Sani Takes Hilarious Jibe At Nigerian Authorities Over Kidnappings In Nigeria (ICYMI)
As the Nigerian government keeps on with the N-Power programme, Shehu Sani, a former senator from Kaduna state, has hit out at Nigerian authorities over rising cases of kidnappings in the country.
Kidnapping for ransom is one of the biggest organised or gang crime in Nigeria and is seen as a national security challenge. Read more here.
N-Power: ‘Enough Of Interest Accrued By Saving Stipends Of 14,200 Beneficiaries In Banks’ – Volunteer Lash Out At Buhari’s Minister, Farouq
An erstwhile beneficiary of the Nigerian government’s famed N-Power scheme, Aremu Ridwan, has criticised Sadiya Farouq, the minister of humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development, for still not settling outstanding stipends of exited volunteers till date.