Latest NPower News For Today Wednesday, 11 May 2022 can be accessed below
Good day applicants, here are the latest N-Power Batch C news headlines updates for today, Wednesday, 11 May 2022, on Tsbnews.
Latest NPower News For Today Wednesday, 11 May 2022
Nasims Initiates NPower February Stipends To Begin Payment Soon
Tsbnews reports that Nasims has successfully initiated the Payment of Npower February Stipends.
According to Nasims, the payment of 2022 February Stipends was successfully initiated. The crediting of accounts will begin as soon as possible. This update was distributed to all recipients of January Stipends and other pending payments who had not yet received payment.
NPower News: FG Commits N5.9bn On Training, Monthly Stipends Of Beneficiaries
Tsbnews reports that the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disasters Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq on Wednesday disclosed that the Federal Government is committing the sum of over N5.9 billion on training, and tooling and monthly stipends for the Batch C beneficiaries of N-Power programme in Kano State.
Nasims Gives Fresh Update On Failed January Stipends Payment
Tsbnews reports that Nasims has given an update on failed January Stipends payment and says that batch C1 beneficiaries who experience failed January payments on their Nasims payroll dashboard should not panic that they will be paid. Read details below.
www.nasims.gov.ng NASIMS Portal Login | Npower NASIMS Website For Batch C 2022
Tsbnews reports that the nasims.gov.ng portal login for Npower batch c test is currently open. Login NASIMS Portal is nasims gov ng. Here is instructions on how to login to nasims.gov.ng and write the npower nasim login via the official website onlinetest.nasims.gov.ng
Nasims Begins Npower Batch C1 January Stipend Payment
Tsbnews reports that the accrediting of NPower beneficiaries account for January stipend commenced today the 13th of April 2022.
This is a confirmation update for the commencement of January 2022 payment for graduate beneficiaries that moved to PROCESSING STAGE yesterday 12 April 2022, NASIMS said.
Nasims Begins Payment Of 3 Months Backlog NPower Non Graduate Stipends
Tsbnews reports that the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development (FMHDSD) has approved the payment of 3 months’ backlogs of stipends for Npower non-graduate beneficiaries.
This was made public via the announcement page of the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS)/
NPower January 2022 Stipends Payment Initiated
Tsbnews is glad to tell you that the Npower January 2022 Stipends Payment has been Initiated after a long wait by beneficiaries to get paid.
According to Nasims, while the January payment process has been initiated and crediting of accounts is expected to begin at the shortest possible time, kindly note that all 2021 outstanding payments will be cleared while current payments are in progress. Despite the challenges encountered, we appreciate your patience so far.
FG Speaks On Payment Of January, February And March NPower Stipends
Tsbnews reports that the Federal Government through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has given clarification on the delay of Npower January stipend payment, Npower February stipend payment, and Npower March stipend payment to Npower beneficiaries.
This online news platform understands that in a bid to put smiles on the faces of Npower Batch C stream 1 beneficiaries, following the delay in Npower January stipend payment, Npower February stipend payment, and Npower March stipend payment to Npower beneficiaries, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has distanced itself from reports about payment of NPower stipends.
Tsbnews reports that in a post on the social media platform titled “DISCLAIMER“, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) said: “Our attention has been drawn to vicious and acrimonious posts that already gained wide circulation in the social domain asserting to have emanated from Nasims/Npower officials, and we stand to debunk such ferocious steps possibly from unscrupulous elements aimed at creating unnecessary tension