‘It’s Moving From Bad To Worse’ – Beneficiaries ‘Cry’ Over Unpaid January Allowance

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It is the 12th day of February 2020 and beneficiaries of N-Power scheme are still livid over the non-payment of their January stipend.

This news medium had reported that N-Power beneficiaries stormed the social media pages of President Muhammadu Buhari and other top government functionaries to lament the delayed payment of the January 2020 stipend.

As at the time of publishing this, no official statement has been made by N-Power over the delayed payment of the stipend.

We understand that the N-Power scheme is a social investment programme of the Buhari government aimed at empowering youths with 21st-century skills.

It was introduced in 2016 and 500,000 persons have benefited from it till date.

See some reactions below:

mosys@Mosysinfotech

@Sadiya_farouq please what’s going on with npower beneficiaries stipend. It’s actually moving from bad to worst.311:26 AM – Feb 10, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacySee mosys’s other Tweets

N-Power@npower_ng · Feb 7, 2020Replying to @Nice63153957

Apologies for the delay, you will receive your stipend soon.

Jibrin Abi Precious@Prelydah

So after working my butt you come to tell me soon
Haba this is not fair…. I have been drinking only water since Friday28:55 AM – Feb 10, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacySee Jibrin Abi Precious’s other Tweets

N-Power@npower_ng · Feb 3, 2020

Dear N-Power Tech Software Beneficiaries,

We have the following information for you.
This applies to those who trained in the FrontEnd and BackEnd of Web Design and Digital Marketing.

Please read carefully.#NPowerNG

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Chioma Charity@ChiomaCharity17

Please this delay in payment is becoming unbearable, some of us have families to take care of Most of us are unemployed meaning this is the only work we wake up in the morning and go to. We feed and transport ourselves to our PPA.please you guys should fo something512:23 PM – Feb 10, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacySee Chioma Charity’s other Tweets

Postinor_2@AtieCharming

@npower_ng , it is so sad that even your twitter handle is not as functioning as your usual stipends delay tactics, even if you haven’t paid us, at least give us news that will make us feel like actual workers. Today is 10th. How far?#Nigeria@volqx__ @cindy_blog
@MicroSmooth4211:06 AM – Feb 10, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacy17 people are talking about this

@BUFU ISAAC@BUFUISAAC1

@npower_ng what is delaying,payment of our salaries?19:35 AM – Feb 10, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacySee @BUFU ISAAC’s other Tweets

LIADI JAMIU ISHOLA@liadi_ishola

@npower_ng unbelievable for not hearing anything regards our stipend for the month of January. People are hungry u know!9:07 AM – Feb 10, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacySee LIADI JAMIU ISHOLA’s other Tweets

Alyasa’a Hassan@jikandiya

Today is January 41st, 2020. Only @npower_ng Volunteers can relate with this calendar. I will borrow the words of President @MBuhari to ask the new Minister @Sadiya_farouq , “Where is za Power?”28:43 AM – Feb 10, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacySee Alyasa’a Hassan’s other Tweets



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