,,,,,An Aide to Buhari’s Minister is said to have diverted funds meant for Npower Batch C Payment as Npower Batch C beneficiaries are currently being paid for October, November, and December stipends.
Npower’s management has just begun the process of paying outstanding stipends for the months of October and November 2021.
According to the report, Nasims started the payment process a day before the new year in 2022.
,,,,The Minister for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq, has refused to give any reason for her refusal to pay the three months’ salaries due to Npower Batch C beneficiaries
,,,,, Meanwhile, there have been rumors circulating by some individuals on social media stating that Npower has begun payment of 2 Month 60k Stipends out of the 3 months October, November, and December allowance owed beneficiaries.
According to our findings, the rumor begins circulating earlier on Friday 24th of December 2021 by some group of persons which some beneficiaries took the rumors as a great relief because they thought they will be paid to celebrate Christmas, but the payment never showed.
,,,,Although Npower has not confirmed these rumors and as such, Npower beneficiaries should always check their self-service portal for changes and also stay tuned to Npower and Nasims’ official page for genuine updates.
….Another rumor reaching us here at GoldenNewsNg, states that Npower October, November, and December Stipends were not captured in the 2021 budget which has not been confirmed. So disregard any unconfirmed rumors.
,,,,Npower Batch C beneficiaries continue to express their anger.
It is no longer news that NASIMS management has refused to pay Npower Batch C beneficiaries their October, November, and December stipends…
….The worst of all, the agency has been silent over the payment date for October, November, and December salaries, but very active in other social activities like sending Christmas messages to beneficiaries and sympathizing with those who lost their properties in the next Cash and Carry fire incident.