FG has spoken on the payment of January, February and March NPower Stipends.
Newsonline reports that the Federal Government through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has given clarification on the delay of Npower January stipend payment, Npower February stipend payment, and Npower March stipend payment to Npower beneficiaries.
This online news platform understands that in a bid to put smiles on the faces of Npower Batch C stream 1 beneficiaries, following the delay in Npower January stipend payment, Npower February stipend payment, and Npower March stipend payment to Npower beneficiaries, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has distanced itself from reports about payment of NPower stipends.
Newsonline Nigeria reports that in a post on the social media platform titled “DISCLAIMER“, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) said: “Our attention has been drawn to vicious and acrimonious posts that already gained wide circulation in the social domain asserting to have emanated from Nasims/Npower officials, and we stand to debunk such ferocious steps possibly from unscrupulous elements aimed at creating unnecessary tension.
“Please note, that Nasims/Npower are official platforms under the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs with reputable staff, and as such, prior to any publication all posts or press releases pass through the process of scrutiny to ensure absolute conformity to ethics. As a matter of fact, vulgar words are highly prohibited not only in our ethics but also informal settings.
“To that effect, Nasims/N’Power can Never reciprocate indignant reactions from beneficiaries as a result of payment delay with a sore update, but always responsive to the fact as we chose our words correctly and appropriately.
“Therefore, Nasims/Npower hereby exonerates itself from such vicious publication emanating from the cloned site. Be wary of your source of information and please, stay glued to the right channel for authentic information. Thank you!”
Meanwhile, Newsonline reports that the Npower batch C programme is expected to last for 12 months and so far, beneficiaries have spent 7 months in the Programme leaving them with 5 months to be exited like the Batches A-B except if the management decided to extend batch c tenure.