Npower Begins Monitoring PPA, Suspending Absentees for 45 Days
Npower Begins Monitoring PPA, Suspending Absentees for 45 Days: Npower Begins Monitoring & Inspecting PPA, Suspending Absentees for 45 Days
According to Npower, massive monitoring and inspecting of beneficiaries’ PPA is in top gear, this is in line with the management decision to compel and enforce effectiveness and efficiencies of all beneficiaries in their Primary Places of Assignment
Npower has started inspecting and monitoring all the PPA of Npower beneficiaries across the nation and anyone found not in his/her PPA, or whose attendance to PPA is not 100%, payment will be placed on hold for 45 days
According to Npower monitors, if your attendance is not 100% compliance, you may be suspended for 45 days, within these days; you won’t be paid your 30,000 naira stipend
And if the situation goes south, you may be forcefully resigned from the program, so, if you are a truant, start considering the warning and take them seriously, if you are not attending your PPA, resume immediately, as Monitoring and Evaluation team by Npower monitors starts this Monday, the 27th of March 2023
And if you know, you won’t be in your PPA constantly, please send words to your Independent monitor, he/she will back you up when the occasion demands it
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“We have received disheartening reports from our Monitoring and Evaluation team on some of our beneficiaries who do not report for work at their different PPAs, Npower said.
We are working tirelessly to ensure that beneficiaries’ stipends and those with backlogs are cleared and we also want to make it clear that any beneficiary, who is found absent in his/her PPA without official permission from his/her supervisor will be placed on payment hold for 45 days, Npower warns beneficiaries.
Furthermore, if at the end of the 45 days, there is no official clearance letter for reinstatement of the beneficiary by the State Focal Person, the beneficiary will be exited from the N-Power Programme.”
Curled from Npower official Facebook handle