N-Power: How FG Scheme Is ‘Secretly’ Disengaging Beneficiaries
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Concise News gathered that some of the N-Power beneficiaries who made the allegation noted that they did not resign from the scheme.
According to them, they “woke up” only to be notified that they have resigned from the programme, a development which was new to them.
One of those affected, Muhammed Malami, who shared this on social media, noted that he was “resigned” from the scheme since April.
He said he sent a mail to N-Power but was told that his details were sketchy for the issue to be looked at holistically.
Also, another beneficiary identified as Chinedu noted that he was issued a form after meeting his focal person but lamented that the development, affecting batch A and B of the scheme, has made him unable to access his profile.
He alleged that he has not been paid since April, like others who have the same issues.
It was gathered that there are about 1000 N-Power beneficiaries who are facing the issue nationwide with no solution provided yet.
When Concise News contacted N-Power, the scheme noted that it will give feedback to the issue.
However, as at the time of publishing this story, Concise News has not gotten any reply for the poser sent to the scheme as earlier promised.
Earlier this year, the N-Power scheme said it was continuing with the 2016 batch A of the programme with resignation being voluntary.