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N-Power Beneficiaries finally receive April Stipend
The federal government has confirmed the payment of April stipends to N-Power beneficiaries.
Minister for Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Umar Farouq stated this in an announcement on Saturday
She thought back to that the commitment of the payment was allowed last week.
The official explained they confronted some uncertainties on the GIFMIS platform, “but I can now announce that all N-Power beneficiary from Batch A and B have been paid their April stipends.
Farouq declared that the ministry was struggling exhausting to streamline the program for better effectivity and to offer alternatives for additional Nigerian youths.
The minister encouraged that details will probably be provided as soon May allowances have been paid.
N-Power Programme was established by President Muhammadu Buhari in 2016 under the Nationwide Social Funding Programme (NSIP).
Its mandate is to carry citizens out of poverty by capacity building, investment, and direct support.