N-Power Unpaid stipend: National President Wonders Why NASS Have Not Intervened. See Details

N-Power Unpaid stipend: National President Wonders Why NASS Have Not Intervened. See Details


N-Power Unpaid stipend: National President Wonders Why NASS Have Not Intervened. See Details

The National N-Power President Kabiru Pelemi,  has expressed his dismay at the negligent of the Nigerian National Assembly (NASS) in respect of the owed stipends of exited beneficiaries and the delayed implementation of the NEXIT by the Federal Ministry of the Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.

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Expressing his dissatisfaction, the National president took to his known Twitter handle to express displeasure of the NASS over exited NPower beneficiaries.

Mr Kabiru in his post on Wednesday 28 April, stated that;

I wonder why @nassnigeria have not call @Sadiya_farouq into order,” Pelemi tweeted.

Online sources gathered that, the exited Batches A and B beneficiaries of the Federal Government’s N-Power scheme last Wednesday 28 April 2021 commenced an online protest in respect of their unpaid stipends from 2020, and the delayed implementation of the NEXIT by the federal government.

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The demonstration became imminent following the expiration of the near four-week ultimatum given to the Ministry of the Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.

It is 10 months counting since when the Npower batches A and B were forcefully exited from the programme without any payoff.

The exited beneficiaries have embarked on different protests in Abuja and nothing good was yielded from the protest, and even the NASS seems to be less concerns about the pains of the exited beneficiaries.

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