N-Power scheme is one of the good things, that the Buhari's administration has done to the unemployed and the country at large. The scheme was created to employ and engage the unemployed citizens in the country and give them something doing. The N-Power program has already engaged and disengaged Batch A and B, according to the announcement made by the Ministry incharge of the N-Power scheme.
Minister Sadiya Farouq is the Minister incharge of the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development of Nigeria. The N-Power is under the Ministry. Through the announcement of the Ministry, the Batch A beneficiaries have been disengaged on June 2020 while the Batch B was disengaged on July 2020, and they have been promised that they will be get disengagement packages which will be planned by the Ministry.
The N-Power beneficiaries have not been paid their July stipends uptill now. Beneficiaries have been asking for their stipends on the minster's social medias because they have bills and families to cater for.
They have been told to be optimistic that their stipends will be surely paid. The beneficiaries have also not yet been transited or given disengagement packages. The Batch C beneficiaries have already done their online registration and are waiting for the next stage of the recruitment because they are to take over from the disengaged Batch A and B.
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