The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, SAN, has revealed that the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) has commenced partial payments of 774,000 special public work beneficiaries. This information was released on twitter via his official handle Festus Keyamo, SAN @fkeyemo few hours ago.
The minister stated that he had directed the National Directorate of Employment, NDE, to commence the processing of payments for the workers engaged in the 774 local government areas.
The tweet reads thus:
"1. PRESS RELEASE:
NDE COMMENCES PARTIAL PAYMENTS OF SPW (774,000 JOBS) STIPENDS
(1) After the release of some of the funds by the Ministry of Finance for the payment of SPW stipends, I directed a rigorous scrutiny of the accounts of the participants before payments
2. (2) We discovered instances of accounts not matching BVNs, multiple accounts bearing a single BVN, non-existent BVNs, etc.
(3.) Because of our determination to eliminate fraud, I further directed the NDE to write to the banks to clean up these anomalies b4 commencing payments"
See tweet below:
Therefore, the beneficiaries who are yet to receive payments should exercise because the NDE is working on verification on accounts of the beneficiaries to prevent fraud.
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