N-power: 10,000 To Storm FCT Demanding NEXIT, Backlog, Sadiya’s Sack

As September 20th draws near, the batch A and B disengaged volunteers of 2016 and 2017 batches will, in a mass storm the Federal Capital City of Abuja demanding the Nexit Package, payment of 5 months stipends for volunteers, and an immediate sack of the Umar Sadiya Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management

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SaharaReporters learned that aggrieved volunteers have sworn not to give in with their quest of fighting for their right as citizens, as all is set for massive demonstration come 20th of September 2021

The protest will be for a full week, commencing from Monday, the 20th of September, through Friday the 24th of the same month

One striking point of the protest will be the Nexit CBN loan package plan, over 500, 000 were promised loans, yet no action to back it up from the side of the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management

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 “Disengaged NPower beneficiaries have said they will embark on a one-week nationwide protest to press home their demands of the non-payment of their five-month stipends of N14,000 by the Nigerian government among other grievances”-SaharaReporters, New York Sep 15, 2021

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The Npower National President, Comrade Bashir, Gobir made some press statement regarding the planned demonstration

“It is the reality that batches A and B of 2016 and 2017 respectively were disengaged since the appointment of Sadiya Farouk, and more than 14,000 exited beneficiaries have been denied five-month stipends.

“And there is no development of any policy to address the Youth Empowerment in Nigeria since Sadiya Farouk was appointed to manage NPower. She keeps deceiving us about the package.

“We want Sadiya Farouk to be queried as a matter of urgency, and that is why we are mobilizing for the protest across the nation since she and other officials in her ministry have refused to honor our demands.”

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“One of the victims, Patrick Mayor, who lent his voice to the protest, said, “Sadiya must go should be the slogan of all the disengaged NPower beneficiaries.

“We are ready for the protest and our future lies in our hands. We served our Fatherland diligently and actively two times. Why should our future be toyed with?”

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