Latest N-Power News Headlines For Today Monday, November 11th

N-Power NewsWhen Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo visited the N-Power Situation Room in 2017 (Photo: N-Power/Twitter)



Welcome to the latest N-Power news headlines update for today, Monday November 11th, 2019, on Concise News.

Here are the latest N-Power news headlines


N-Power: Dozens Of Beneficiaries Get ‘Permanency’

Cross River State State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) has employed seventy-six (76) N-Power beneficiaries.

The official account of the Job Creation and Empowerment Initiative of the Social Investment Programme of the Nigerian Government made this known in a Twitter post on Monday.

In 2018, when the two-year period of the engagement of N-Power volunteers was coming to an end, there was a report that 2016 beneficiaries of the scheme will storm the Nigerian National Assembly with a bill seeking permanency into regular civil service.

However, the Federal Government of Nigeria asked the pioneer beneficiaries to continue working while they earn, even as they were not told details of the enhanced N-Power scheme. Read more here.

N-Power October Stipend: Scheme Reacts To ‘Shameless’ Allegation

The official account of the Job Creation and Empowerment Initiative of the Social Investment Programme of the Nigerian Government, N-Power has asked rhetorically how it is ‘so shameless’.

Beneficiaries of the Federal Government’s N-Power programme are thoroughly displeased with the non-payment of their October stipend.

Beneficiaries’ stipends are not usually paid as and when due. Hence, some of the volunteers have besieged public platforms to call the attention of concerned Nigerian public office holders to the current situation as the eleventh month of the year enters day eleven. Read more here.


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