Latest NPower and NASIMS Updates Today 25th July 2023.
Below is the Nasims validation news on payment today, NPower Payment Validation News, NPower Stipend Payment, Nasims News for Npower Batch C2 Today, Npower news, Outstanding Stipends Payment, Nasims News Today, Npower December Payment, Npower January Payment 2023.
Npower May Soon Recruit 2023 Batch Under Tinubu Administration
In today’s Latest Npower News, it is being speculated that the 2023 Batch may soon be recruited under the administration of President Tinubu.
With only a few months remaining for Npower Batch C2 to complete their 1-year empowerment program and ongoing changes to the Nasims self-service portal, there is a likelihood that the new batch for 2023 could be enrolled during President Tinubu’s tenure.
The Npower program was introduced by former President Buhari in 2016 and has successfully enrolled three batches of volunteers so far: A, B, and the current C batch.
The main objective of the Npower program is to equip young and vibrant Nigerian youths with employability and entrepreneurship skills, thereby enhancing their chances of securing employment or becoming successful entrepreneurs.
Over a million youths have already benefited from the Npower program, with both graduate and non-graduate categories receiving monthly stipends of N30,000 and N10,000, respectively.
As of now, there has been no official statement regarding the future of the Npower program under the new administration, and fresh payments have not been approved yet as beneficiaries of Batch C are still awaiting their 8-month backlog payments.
It’s important to note that while there may be a possibility of new recruitments in the future, there is currently no ongoing 2023 recruitment of applicants.
Prospective Npower applicants should be cautious to avoid scams. It’s essential to remember that applying for the Npower program should never require any payment, and any portal demanding payment for Npower recruitment is likely to be a scam.
NASIMS SSP Portal: NPower Management Announce New Self-Service Portal
The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has transferred its portal, nasims.gov.ng, to a new platform called the Self Service Portal (SSP) at ssp.nasims.gov.ng.
Previously, GoldenNewsNgreported on the inaccessibility of the NASIMS Portal a few days ago. Subsequently, in response to that report, NASIMS has now transitioned from its previous portal to a new one.
As the user base of NASIMS expanded, the demand for a more user-friendly and efficient portal became apparent. The previous system had some limitations, such as complex navigation, lack of real-time updates, and difficulty in accessing program resources. To address these issues and provide an improved user experience, NASIMS introduced the new Self Service Portal (SSP) – ssp.nasims.gov.ng.
As of the time of writing this report, no latest update on npower payment . Meanwhile, Npower has paid backlog stipends to some Npower Beneficiaries who validated their account as instructed by Npower Management.
NPower Beneficiaries Express Concerns Over Delayed Stipends:
NPower beneficiaries have expressed their concerns over the prolonged delay in receiving their stipend payments, which have been pending since last December. This issue has persisted even before President Bola Tinubu assumed office, and unfortunately, the outstanding payments have not been addressed during his tenure. The delay in receiving stipends is causing distress among the beneficiaries who rely on this financial support for their daily needs.