NASIMS Speaks On Commencement Of October's Npower Batch C Payment  

Latest Npower News Today roundup Saturday 15th January 2022.

In today’s Latest roundup For Saturday 15th January 2022 – Ejes Gist News gets you covered with all the latest Npower news for this week. To enable you to get all the latest happenings in Npower, we have decided to compile all the Npower news for this week. So keep reading!


We have previously reported that Npower Nasims’ management has commenced the process of enrolling applicants within the last week.  You can read full details about this update here Nasims Update Non-Graduate Npower Batch C Stream 2 Status


Umar Farouq , Latest Npower News Today The training workshop for 37 Master Trainers for the Npower non-graduate N-Skills Programme, an arm of the Federal Government’s National Social Investment Programme N-Power, has started in Abuja in line with this new policy introduced in the programme.. You can read full details about this update here Umar Farouq Flags Off Training Of 37 Master Trainers For N-Skills Programme.

Also Read: NASIMS Adds Resignation Button, Asks Npower Batch C1 Beneficiaries To Resign If They Can’t Bear Lopsided Payment

The Gombe State Npower Management team is conducting a verification exercise for all 1 beneficiaries in Gombe State in order to identify and resolve any issues that are plaguing them. As a result, Npower beneficiaries in Gombe State are encouraged to attend with the necessary documentation.. Read Full details here Npower Batch C State Verification Alert (Gombe State)

Npower has resumed payment of outstanding stipends for batch C1 beneficiaries for the months of October and September. On its Facebook page, the nasims team revealed this. Read details on Today here Nasims Resumed Payment Of 2021 September And October Npower Stipends

The Npower payments for November and December were also initiated and are being processed. Upon completion, beneficiaries will start getting


Dear N-Power Batch C (Stream 1) Beneficiaries.

Our attention has been drawn to several calls and criticisms regarding our previous post and the alleged reckless tone with which its message was conveyed. While we take responsibility for the words used in our previous post, note that its message was passed in good faith and neither for slander purpose nor to breed disunity.

Our sincere apologies to those who may have been hurt by the tone of the message in our previous post.



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