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The National Social Investment Management System NASIMS announces recommencement Of Npower December stipend payment to beneficiaries. We shall be updating you on the Npower latest news today, immediately there is latest news from Npower.

Following the delay in Npower stipend payment for some time, Npower beneficiaries have been complaining, with some even taking the matter to the social media to express their displeasure over non payment of their stipend.

It is about time they start putting smiles on the faces of the beneficiaries, The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has announced that the December Npower stipend has recommenced. This will definitely put smiles on the faces of the participants.

In A Post On Social Media Network, The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) Wrote:


“Npower Batch C1: Payment of December Stipends”

“The payment of December stipends has just recommenced early today 1/3/2022 after a long period of PROCESSING. While we don’t take pleasure in the delay, all unpaid Beneficiaries for the month of December will definitely get their payment. Thank you!”

NPower Officially Flag-off Commencement Of Batch A & B Nexit Training

Npower management has officially flagged off the training of successful Batch A & B Nexit beneficiaries.

The ministry has confirmed that all trainees have been deployed to various centres across the respective states as the first batch commences on March 14th to 18th, 2022.

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The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Sadiya Umar Farouq has flagged off the much-awaited NEXIT/CBN Agri-Business Small and Medium Enterprises Investment Scheme for exited N-Power beneficiaries Batches A and B.

Out of the 467,183 trainees who indicated interest, 75,600 will participate in the first phase of the orientation programme expected to lead up to a collection of loans of up to three million Naira from the Central Bank of Nigeria if they qualify. Also, we shall keep you updated on Npower latest news today if there are recent developments.

Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq has flagged off the training of 37 Master Trainers for N-Skills Programme.

It has been reported that a training workshop for 37 Master Trainers for the N-Skills Programme, an arm under Federal Government’s National Social Investment Programme N-Power, has commenced in Abuja.

Declaring the training session open, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Hajia Sadiya Umar Farouq said that the N-Skills programme targets marginalized and disadvantaged population, including those with primary or no-formal education.

The Minister who was represented by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Mr Bashir Nura Alkali stated that the 37 Master Trainers will later coordinate the training of 6,475 youths selected from the 36 States and FCT.

The Ministry worked with experienced training service providers to carefully select those to be trained today as Master Trainers. We expect these Master Trainers to effectively play their role of coordinating the training of the target beneficiaries of the N-Skills programme in their respective States and FCT. We target market places and other informal places as well as the streets.

The essence of training the Master Trainers is to ensure that they get it right from the foundation. They have to know the entrepreneurial skills as well as life skills so that when they go back to the grassroots, they will be able to impact what they have been taught.

Upon completion of the training, the target beneficiaries will be provided with Start-up Kits. Which will really help them.

Conclusion on Npower Latest News Today

This information serves as good news for trainees, because if the loan is successful, it would help them to build businesses that will allow them to take care of themselves and families as well.


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