N-Power Stipends: ‘Countdown’ Begins To Settlement
Attendees of N-Power training
Anticipation of their outstanding October and November stipends is building among N-Power beneficiaries, Concise News observed.
The Federal Government promised to pay the stipends “on or before” 20th of December, 2019. Yet, beneficiaries cannot wait to get paid their multiple-month allowances, we noticed. They earn N30, 000 (approximately 83 US Dollars) monthly.
See some recent reactions below:
We are waiting on 20th as you guys said…. For our stipends
— Nwabufo (@nwabufo77) December 6, 2019
Sir, you could have sent your EFCC, DSS and Police to investigate and arrest him. Sir, note that your boosting program Npower, I heard that no stipends for three months now. This are some of the issues at home you need to work upon.
— AJAH-LEKKI (@JohnDan247) December 9, 2019
Up till today the government hasn’t still paid the Npower people since November.
— Richie (@Airche) December 8, 2019
@npower_ng When are we going to receive our unpaid money.
— Otitoju obayanju (@Obacoco01) December 8, 2019
Npower boys oya, a million likes. Hope they have paid you ,and your chinko phones are working.
— emmanuel nzeaka (@ezimako) December 8, 2019
You know it’s easier to prove its existence than its non-existence, but no wahala.
All I wanted to do was remind you Egbon.
— Biya Tife 🌱 (@Biyatife) December 8, 2019
You have done a great job sir.well done.pls also look into npower’s plight.these young Nigerian graduate are suffering. They have not collect October & November stipends plus this month December 2019 pls sir look into it.They need permanent job.Thanks
— Iretayo4LV (@AyoolaAdeleke8) December 8, 2019
Everyone shouting that they created employment through N-Power, how callous can you be? NPower staff in Lagos have not been paid for 3 months despite the peanut they are being paid as salary.
— Olugbenga Ajachukwu Usman (@OlugbengaRita) December 8, 2019
Please pay our October/November backlog.
— WeBagwell (@MaxwellUkaonu) December 8, 2019
@npower_ng sincerely, is like something is wrong somewhere. Why these delay in payment there while in Ekiti state?
— Engr Ayotomide Idowu Akosile (@shile12) December 9, 2019