Latest NPower News on Stipends Payment Today 2nd May 2023 can be accessed below.
NPower News Today: The Npower management has extended their good wishes to beneficiaries on this year’s Labour Day celebration in Nigeria. They have advised beneficiaries from the various categories of the Npower programme, including N-Teach, N-Health, N-Agro, and N-Creatives, to take their duties at their places of assignment seriously.
Labour Day, which is celebrated annually on May 1st in Nigeria, is a public holiday officially known as “International Workers’ Day”. It is a day set aside to celebrate the contributions of workers towards the growth and development of the country, and to promote their rights and welfare.
On this day, various events and activities are organized across the country to celebrate workers and their achievements. These events include parades, speeches, and cultural displays. It is also an opportunity for workers to raise awareness about their concerns and demands, and to advocate for improvements in their working conditions and benefits.
Labour Day is an important day for Nigerian workers, as it reminds them of their significance to the country’s economy and development. Therefore, as a volunteer with Npower, the efforts put in at the place of primary assignment are appreciated on this day.
Npower is a job creation and empowerment programme initiated by the Nigerian government to address youth unemployment and improve social development. The programme is divided into various categories, each targeting a specific group of beneficiaries.
Latest NPower News on Stipends Payment Today 2nd May 2023
The latest Npower news for Tuesday, May 2nd 2023, will be covering delayed stipends and other related matters as April comes to a close. The management of Npower has expressed regret over the delay in disbursing stipends to beneficiaries, including those for January, February, March, and other outstanding payments.
Responding to complaints from some beneficiaries, Npower has issued an apology for the delay in payment and assured them that efforts are underway to ensure payment is made soon. The management has urged beneficiaries to remain patient while they work to resolve the issue.
In other news, reports indicate that the Humanitarian Affairs Ministry is collaborating with other agencies to evacuate stranded Nigerian students caught up in the ongoing crisis in Sudan. The Federal Government has allocated $1.2m towards the evacuation efforts to bring them back safely to Nigeria from Khartoum.
In the midst of these developments, Npower management is encouraging beneficiaries to remain focused on their primary assignments and take advantage of the program to develop new skills that will enable them to become self-reliant.
Finally, the management has reiterated that the outstanding stipends will be paid soon and urges beneficiaries to continue to be patient while they work towards resolving the issue. Stay tuned for more updates on this matter.