Npower July/August Stipend/Payment updates 2019 and exits date news get all latest news here. Are you among the successful beneficiaries and expecting monthly July/August Stipends be calm you will be paid. See latest news below:
Npower July/August Stipend/Payment updates 2019
The Npower Beneficiaries July 2019 stipend/Salary will paid, Npower support team are looking at making payment after public holiday before August 17 2019 but if Npower support team can’t meet the deadline, be rest assured payment will be made.
Check here if your were capture during Npower 2019 Survey http://npvn.npower.gov.ng/login
Npower 2019 August Stipend/Payment
The Npower Beneficiaries August 2019 stipend will paid when due, we are expecting August 2019 stipend to be made on the first week of September 2019
Npower Recruitment Form 2019
We always inform interested applicants for Npower Recruitment, Please don’t submit your data to unknown website; many online fraudsters are using GOOGLE FORM for you to submit your application. Npower Recruitment will only commence via http://npower.gov.ng/index.html Npower Recruitment 2019/2020 have not opened N-power online Recruitment application portal. When Npower Recruitment Team is ready, the development will be announced so that you tell those willing to come on board to be prepared. Npower Support teams are still dealing with Npower tech hardwares and Npower build beneficiaries.
How to solve Backlog Payment for 2016/2017 Volunteers
Npower Team are aware some of the volunteers are owed backlog, Npower Support Team are still working round the clock on these issue. If you are yet to receive your backlog, kindly write to npower support with the following items;
- Scan and upload Appointment Letter
- Upload Place of Primary Assignment name
- Scan and upload Bank account statement from the period you were not paid.
Npower 2016 exits date news
Recently, Federal Government says no date has been announced for the exit of the first batch of volunteers enrolled under the N-Power scheme. Justice Bibiye, Communications Manager, National Social Investment Office (NSIO), in a statement on Friday in Abuja, urged the public to disregard social media reports about current status of the programme.
Justice Bibiye said that the Federal Government was liaising with state governments and the private sector to provide permanent engagement for the N-Power beneficiaries. Bibiye said that progress was already being recorded in the programme as many beneficiaries had already started taking ownership of their lives by setting up small businesses with earnings from the N-power programme.