N-Power October Stipend: Govt Is Broke – Stipendiary Suggests
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo with Afolabi Imoukhuede, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Nigerian President on Job Creation and Youth Employment and other officials at the N-Power Unit in Abuja (Photo Courtesy: N-Power/Twitter)
A stipendiary volunteer at N-Power, Akinwale Johnson has suggested that the Federal Government is broke, hence the delay in payment of October stipend, Concise News reports.
Many of them are understandably frustrated by the situation, and have taken to public networks to express their displeasure.
One of them is Akinwale, who called out N-Power in his tweet.
A message on the concerned citizen’s account read on Thursday: ” @npower_ng Kindly know that we will resist every attempt to ridicule our noble VP. All sorts of things were done to this man recently and now no payments is seen anywhere except lies…just tell us govt is broke. Simple.”
@npower_ng Kindly know that we will resist every attempt to ridicule our noble VP. All sorts of things were done to this man recently and now no payments is seen anywhere except lies…just tell us govt is broke. Simple.
— Akinwale Johnson (@JohnsonWazmey) November 14, 2019
N-Tech Beneficiary Lauds FG
Meanwhile, while the N-Teach, N-Agro, N-Health volunteers continue to lament about the non-payment of their monthly stipend, a trainee of the N-Tech Software is applauding the Federal Government.
Daniel Okechukwu from Anambra State expressed his gratitude to the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration for putting together the scheme’s software development programme.
The young Nigerian stated that he is “learning a lot” from the ongoing N-Power Tech Software training.
Watch the video below:
— CBN Gov Akinsola Ak🇳🇬 (@cbngov_akin1) November 14, 2019