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Nasims, the organization overseeing the N-Power program, has shared that the status of the participants in N-Power Batch C has been changed back to “BENEFICIARY” after the recent update. This change allows the beneficiaries to log in to the Nasims platform and check their current status within the N-Power program.
According to GoldenNewsNg, there’s a significant update from the management of NPower NASIMS. They’ve changed their management platform, including the website address. The old website, www.nasims.gov.ng, has been replaced with ssp.nasims.gov.ng.
To log in to the new ssp.nasims.gov.ng portal, you can use your phone or mobile device. Once you’re on the portal, simply log in with your ID and password that you use for the nasims portal.
The direct link to the new NPower NASIMS website is ssp.nasims.gov.ng. It’s important to log in now and make sure you update all the necessary details on the platform.
N-Power Beneficiaries Write President Tinubu
A group of people who are part of a program called N-Power Batch “C” have written a letter to President Bola Tinubu. They’re upset because they haven’t been getting their regular payments for eight months, which has caused a lot of problems for them.
The reason they haven’t been paid is because the money hasn’t been sent to the right place by the government. They’re worried and sad about their money situation.
They want the President to fix this issue quickly and make them trust the government again.
Plans for NPower and Other Government Help Programs
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Dr. Betta Edu, talked about what the President wants to do with programs like NPower.
They want to bring in new ideas for these programs to help even more people. The old programs were good, but they want to improve them and help more families in Nigeria, especially in places where they don’t get much help. They’re also starting a fund to help people and getting more resources to support Nigerians.
Good News: NPower Payments are Still Happening with the New Minister
Even though there’s a new Minister, the money for NPower is still being given out. Npower Nasims, the organization in charge, announced that they’re still sending out money from the year 2022.
If you’re waiting for your payment, it might take a bit of time, but they’re working on it. They’re also fixing their website to give updates.
Looking Back: Checking on the Old Minister
The new Minister, Dr. Betta Edu, wants to see how the money from the old Minister was used for programs like NPower. She promised to pay the money that’s late to the people in NPower. This shows that the new government is serious about doing things the right way.
Moving Forward with a Brighter Future
The new Minister, Dr. Betta Edu, wants to make things better step by step. They want to improve the programs that help people and create more jobs. They’re aiming to help more families and reduce the number of people who are struggling.
They’re not just talking about it – they’re taking action! They’re setting up a fund and gathering more resources to help people all over Nigeria.
No Interruption in NPower Support
Even with a new Minister, the payments for NPower are still happening. Npower Nasims announced that they’re giving out money from 2022. The new Minister, Dr. Betta Edu, is already working to improve things for millions of poor Nigerians.
If you’re waiting for your payment, don’t worry. It might take a bit of time, but they’re making sure everything is right before sending the money.
Learning from the Past for a Fair Future
The new Minister, Dr. Betta Edu, wants to make sure things are fair and right. They’re checking how the money was used before and promising to give money to those who haven’t received it yet. This shows the new government wants to be honest and do things well.
Overall, the government is working to make Nigeria better by bringing in new ideas, supporting people, and learning from the past. This will help create a better future for everyone, especially those who rely on programs like NPower.