What N-Power Batch C Beneficiaries Should Be Paid, Not N30,000
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N-Power Batch C registration has been on for quite a while now and millions of persons have registered already but out of which only a fraction will be selected as beneficiaries, as promised by the federal government.
The selected registrants, who must have gone through all the selection stages, that is from online test to interview and the likes before becoming beneficiaries, will then be paid monthly stipends for 24 months (2 years).
Before now, the federal government had been paying the sum of N30,000 to each of the past batch A and B N-Power beneficiaries on a monthly basis, which means that the incoming batch C beneficiaries would also be paid in the same manner.
But instead of using what is deemed as the normal payment plan for batch C beneficiaries, the federal government should consider choosing this proposed payment plan which is depicted as follows.
If the federal government truly want to fulfill the objective of establishing the N-Power scheme, i.e. to empower the youths for prosperity, they should not pay batch C beneficiaries N30,000 stipend, but do this for the beneficiaries.
Each and every N-Power beneficiary should be paid a year allowance in advance in the first month. That is, each beneficiary should be paid N360,000 in advance at once, and the remaining year allowance (N360,000) should also be paid in advance after nine months.
By so doing, the batch C beneficiaries would have something tangible to start up a small scale business on their own, or go into partnership with an existing business or start-up.
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