Npower: Payments Delay Will be put to Rest Soon-Situation Room Assured
Payments Delay Will be put to Rest Soon-Situation Room Assured:Hope has rekindled once more as Delay in Payment of Npower monthly stipends will be put to Rest soon-the Situation Room operating in Abuja has assured beneficiaries once more
No reason was given as the real course of the delay when asked by beneficiaries, but the Situation Room gave an assurance that all beneficiaries of the programme would be paid soon
They also assured beneficiaries that the npower programme is still much intact contrary to what pessimistic minds are saying, the government is much more ready to take the programme to the next level
As captured in the image above, beneficiaries observing the lock down order due to the covid-19 virus needed some stimulus relief to easy the effect of the lock down.
Many flocked to the facebook handle in quest for answers over the unpaid March Stipend, but were assured of payment soon, the constant delay will be a story of the past
But to no avail as the much anticipated march stipends failed to come as expected, thus: making the lockdown bite even harder
Seemingly, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has been silent over the matter lately
In her press February briefing, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq promised never to delay the stipend payment “as it is the last thing a mother would do to her kids”. But recent event is proving that statement wrong. see https://myeduproject.com.ng/npower-slight-delays-will-be-experienced-as-payments-start-before-easter
For Since the Hon. Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has failed to fulfill the promise of immediate payment of monthly stipend to N-Power graduates she made on 31st of March, 2020, Many beneficiaries have decided to launch a campaign on Twitter to demand for their March stipend in this hardship period of Stay Home without money to buy food.
This act has led to tantrums being hurled on the very persons on the Hon. Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development. A sad reality that Nigerians are not happy with the situation of things at hand