The minister for humanitarian affairs, disaster management, and social development, Sadiya Umar Farouk has revealed those sets of batch A and B beneficiaries who are qualified for the exit package.
The minister made this known on the ministry official twitter handle on Monday 5 April 2021.
According to her, those who are qualified for federal government NPOWER batch A and B are those that have successfully registered and uploaded all his or her data on the Nexit portal.
The minister further stressed that all those seeing pending on their dashboard are those qualified as the ministry will start collecting the data of those individuals soon.
The post from the minister read “N-EXIT PACKAGE is for those whose detail is successfully received by the N-EXIT portal.
She stressed that “All successfully submitted applications are currently seeing their status pending on the N-EXIT PORTAL. This is because submitted data are yet to be collected for next phase”.
This is an opportunity for those who have not yet applied on the N-EXIT portal to register, so they can be qualified for the benefits associated.
This announcement is coming few hours after which the Exited batch A and B NPOWER beneficiaries are planning massive protests.
Remember that NPOWER is one of the social investment programs organized by this adminstration of President Muhammad Buhari
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