Npower 2019 November/December Stipends/Salary Payment for Npower Teach/Agro/Health/Tax news update. This is to inform all Beneficiaries of Npower about the 2019 November/December Stipends/Salary Payment for Npower Teach/Agro/Health/Tax latest news update. See date for Npower Payment beneath.
We are glad to inform all volunteers of Npower Teach/ Npower Agro/ Npower Health/ Npower Tax about the latest updates concerning 2019 October/November/December Stipends/Salary Payment.
We have good news for you. All the backlog payment of October, November and December will get to you as said by Minister. Your payments will be once all together including October, November and December. So be calculating 90,000. For October, November and December Stipends.
News update for Npower 2019 November/December Stipends/Salary Payment
Npower Beneficiaries will receive their 2019 outstanding allowances on 20th December, 2019. Before transitioning on to greater things:
Npower Teach 2019 October/November/December Stipends/Salary Payment
Npower Agro 2019 October/November/December Stipends/Salary Payment
Npower Health 2019 October/November/December Stipends/Salary Payment
Npower Tax 2019 October/November/December Stipends/Salary Payment
The latest update is coming from the Minister’s Twitter account
Check here https://twitter.com/sadiya_farouq
Read carefully information given by the Minister
The Ministry is currently engaging the NSIP Cluster Heads for clarifications; in essence, the Handover and Taking process for these two (2) programmes is still ongoing.
The Home Grown Feeding Programme, which is also a cluster of the NSIP has continued to run smoothly since its transfer to the Ministry. Except for the four states that were submitted during my absence and this has already been treated.
The @FMHDSD reaffirms its commitment to ensuring that beneficiaries of all the Social Investment Programmes access interventions designed for them within the stipulated guidelines.
Information reads, also been working on a transition program for those that are progressing out of NPower — after their 24months in the program have elapsed. Alongside this, we are preparing to receive a new intake of participants in the program, who will then participate for 24 months.
According to the Minister, Since we came into office, we have been working on a needs and numbers-based assessment of NPower to reposition it for the future — in order to ensure that the high expectations of young Nigerians that are participating in the program are met in the short, medium and long-term.
For more information about Npower Transition check dashboard via http://npvn.npower.gov.ng/login