Npower Protest: Volunteers From Kogi/Sokoto/Niger/Benue/Edo Storm ABJ

Npower Protest: Volunteers From Kogi/Sokoto/Niger/Benue/Edo Storm ABJ

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Npower Protest: Volunteers From Kogi/Sokoto/Niger/Benue/Edo Storm ABJ: The Npower protest slated for Monday, September, 2021, got a huge boost as volunteers from six states including Kogi, Sokoto, Niger, Benue, Edo storm the federal capital territory

Volunteers from nine states are already camped in an undisclosed location in the federal capital territory in preparation for the protest

Before Sunday Night fall, more than 22 states would be fully represented in the protest, one of the state executive assured volunteers

We will keep you updated. All pictures and happening will be made known to you as they came in

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There will be a massive protest, owing to the delay experienced on the loan programme, since the Nexit CBN portal was unveiled over one year, not a word has come out of the Humanitarian Minister regarding the progress of the CBN loan

Npower Volunteers are seeking confirmation of those selected for a job with appointment letters (the 30,000 N-agro Extension workers), and the disbursement of funds to those selected for loans.

“It is on this note that we call on all the batch A&B beneficiaries and the proposed batch C to unanimously hit the Nigerian streets on the 20th September, 2021 Nationwide

Over 10,000 man ceaseless protest while we continue with the ongoing Abuja protest. We call on beneficiaries in Abuja proximity states to join us in the ongoing protest in Abuja”

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“Remember to come with your nose mask, placards, and Npower crested vest. Do well to share this message to all beneficiaries across the Nation, we will not back down on our 10,000,000 men Nationwide ceaseless protest until our demands are met”- words of the organizers

The Lawmakers are reluctant to proposed that Bill that will clearly state the permanency status of Batch A and B.

A bill, spearheaded by Bauchi South Senatorial district and a Rep from Lagos state, Senator Lawal Yahaya Gumau and Wole Diya, has been swept under the carpet

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