In a significant development for Nigeria’s youth empowerment initiative, the N-Power program, launched by President Muhammadu Buhari on June 8, 2016, is set to disburse outstanding stipends to former beneficiaries starting November 2023. The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) announced the commencement of payments, addressing the critical issue of youth joblessness and promoting social development among Nigerian youths.
While anticipation grows, the N-Power portal for 2023 registration remains closed. Minister Betta Edu is actively working to integrate N-Power into the Renewed Hope Job Creation Programme, promising updates on new recruitments after settling pending payments to beneficiaries.
The portal login, currently under suspension, adds to the intrigue of this unfolding situation. Sources suggest a strategic move to align the program with the Renewed Hope Job Creation Programme spearheaded by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
For those grappling with NPower payment failure, relief seems imminent. Despite the portal’s suspension, the Ministry assures beneficiaries that pending payments will soon be disbursed once login capabilities are restored.
Individuals experiencing a “Pending” status on their NPower payroll need not fret; it indicates that their BVN has been validated, and payments are on the horizon. The eagerly awaited disbursement of nine months’ stipends is scheduled between November 16 and 30, 2023, promising financial relief to beneficiaries.
To stay informed and address any inquiries, the N-Power program encourages individuals to reach out through the provided channels:
As the nation eagerly awaits these pivotal updates, the N-Power initiative stands as a beacon of hope for Nigerian youth seeking prosperity and empowerment.
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