N-power Stipend into FG Pay Roll: 5 Facts steering @ volunteers

N-power Stipend into FG Pay Roll: 5 Facts steering @ volunteers: Volunteers of the Npower Programme have all cost to smile as Stipend is now included into the Federal Government (FG) payroll system.

Before now, the Government uses National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) to deliver stipends into volunteers account via Nigerian interbank settlement system, controlled by Remita.

To be included in the payroll platform of the Federal Government gives strong hope of permanency and a pensionable benefit at the long run.

A holistic look at workers in the FG payroll platform, will give volunteers a clear view of what the future holds and what is to come.

We will unlock all the facts steering at volunteers as the FG includes Npower Volunteers in to her payroll system

Volunteers No Longer Earn Stipends but Salaries

Yes, volunteers’ earnings at month end will no longer be called stipends but Salary. All workers in the FG payroll system receive salaries.  If volunteers were to be paid stipends, their payment platform won’t be included in FG payroll platform. They will rather maintain the previous remitta payment platform triggered by states.

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Ministries, Agencies and Departments all have their payments ststus as salaries coming from the Federal Government, in this format FGN/FEDER. Luckily, Npower volunteers are now included in a new ministry called “Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development”, headed by Madam Umar Sadiya Farouq

N-power Stipend into FG Pay Roll: 5 Facts steering @ volunteers

Volunteers are now in a Ministry- Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development

Inclusion of Volunteers’ stipend into the FG payroll platform signifies being a member of a Ministry. At the wee end of 2019, the Federal Government thought it wise to create a ministry where all the activities of National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) will be monitored and controlled, the ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development was created and Umar Sadiya Farouq appointed as the head of the Ministry

And all workers in Ministries, Agencies or Departments normally stay for 35 years or more. This is an assurance that making Volunteers permanent in the Npower Programme is very much on Course.  

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Staying Permanent is assured

Since volunteers of the Npower Programme earns salary and have a ministry of her own, staying long or being permanent is the next line. All Ministries, Agencies or Departments have workers; same will apply to the ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.  https://myeduproject.com.ng/npower-batch-a-permanency-top-eight-8-things-volunteers-must-know

What this means is that, the ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development already had it numerical strength, making them permanent is a way of maintaining  a ministry, if it was to last and not merged with others. https://myeduproject.com.ng/npower-permanency-movedrop-your-signature-as-bill-goes-next-reading

Many volunteers have been clamoring for permanency, this is not a request, it is a right to all volunteers as citizens of the Federal Republic.

More Responsibility, Increases in Salaries and Promotion

Earning salaries in a ministry well budgeted for, will come with a price. There will be more work in all the categories of the Npower programme. Lately, the Federal Government plans to reform the Npower programme

A look at the reformation guidelines show more work to be done by Npower volunteers and the ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.

It will come with increment in pay and promotion at the long run, for details see https://myeduproject.com.ng/npower-national-assembly-leaders-meet-buhari-seek-nsip-reforms

5 COMMENTS

  1. Comment:if what your saying is true,so i’m sured you enjoying your staying here and hereafter in peaceful mind..by the GOD GRACE..

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