N-Power October Stipend: Scheme’s Network ‘Bombarded’

N-Power October Stipend: Scheme's Network 'Bombarded'PIC 25 . From left: Managing Director, Niger Delta Power Holdings Company (NDPHC), Mr Chiedo Ugbo; Senior Special Assistant to the President on Job Creation, Mr Afolabi Imoukhede; Acting President Yemi Osinbajo and Executive Director, Bank of Indusry, Mr Jonathan Tobin during the visit of the Acting President to N-Power Call Centre in Abuja on 14/7/17
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The social media network of the Federal Government’s N-Power scheme has been ‘bombarded’ by beneficiaries who continue to demand their October stipend.

Concise News observed that many volunteers of the component of the National Social Investment Programmes (NSIP) have stormed the official Twitter and Facebook pages of the scheme to ask that they are paid the money owed.

Introduced in 2016 by President Muhammadu Buhari, the N-Power Programme is a graduate and non-graduate job enhancement scheme.

The objective is to enable them acquire the requisite skills, knowledge and experience for entrepreneurship and self sufficiency at the culmination of their tenure on the programme.

The N-Power beneficiaries are then provided with N30, 000 (approximately 83 US Dollars) monthly stipend and devices to aid their learning and skills development.

See reactions from beneficiaries on Monday:




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