Monday, November 29, 2021

NPower Beneficiaries Cry Out Over Three Months Unpaid Stipends

NPower Beneficiaries Cry Out Over Three Months Unpaid Stipends: The group accused the government of reneging on its promise to train Ncreatives in camp as well as the failure to secure the stipulated two months internship placement for every beneficiary.


NPower beneficiaries have asked the Nigerian Government to pay stipends to them from January to date to enable them to cope with the economic demands of staying at home during the COVID-19 lockdown.

NPower Beneficiaries Cry Out Over Three Months Unpaid Stipends.

The beneficiaries represented by Farouk Olaotan Shitta on Wednesday asked the Nigerian Government through the Ministry of Humanitarian Service and Disaster Management as well as National Social Investment Programme to explain if Ncreatives are part of those the government claimed to have paid.

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The group accused the government of reneging on its promise to train Ncreatives in camp as well as the failure to secure the stipulated two months internship placement for every beneficiary.

“We have not been given a certificate of completion to date neither have we been rewarded with trips to China as promised to the best beneficiaries,” Shitta said.

The group appealed to the government to fulfill its promises and pay all beneficiaries now vulnerable due to lack of skills or revenue especially during the lockdown instituted to curtail the spread of Coronavirus.

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