Nasims has commenced the payment of 3 months backlog NPower non graduate stipends.
Newsone reports that the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development (FMHDSD) through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has given clarification on the payment of 3 months backlogs of stipends for Npower non-graduate beneficiaries.
This online news platform understands that in a bid to put smiles on the faces of Npower beneficiaries, following the delay in Npower January stipend payment, Npower February stipend payment, and Npower March stipend payment to Npower beneficiaries, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), has clarified the payment of 3 months backlogs of stipends for Npower non-graduate beneficiaries.
Newsone Nigeria reports that in a post on the social media platform titled “INITIATION OF 3 MONTHS BACKLOGS PAYMENT FOR NON-GRADUATE BENEFICIARIES“, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) said: “We have received with great concern complaints from some non-graduate Beneficiaries regarding what they considered as dismal and gloomy approach towards the initiation of backlogs payments for non-graduate beneficiaries.
“For avoidance of doubt, we are impartial and always work with directives. The initiation of backlogs payment for non-graduate beneficiaries as reflected on payroll section WASN’T FOR ALL NON-GRADUATE BENEFICIARIES, BUT ONLY FOR THOSE WHO HAD UNDERGONE AND SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THEIR TRAINING SINCE LAST YEAR 2021.
“To that effect, all non-graduate trainees currently receiving training at different camps are apparently excluded from the batch that will be getting their backlogs payment any time soon. THE CURRENT TRAINEES IN CAMPS SHALL RECEIVE THEIR PAYMENTS UPON COMPLETION OF THEIR TRAINING OR THEREAFTER AS BACKLOG.
“Please note, all non-graduate beneficiaries are the same as well as graduate beneficiaries regardless of program. Therefore all entitlement due to you will not be denied.
“Be patient and wait for your payment when it’s appropriate. Thank you!”
Meanwhile, Newsone reports that the Npower batch C programme is expected to last for 12 months and so far, beneficiaries have spent 7 months in the Programme leaving them with 5 months to be exited like the Batches A-B except if the management decided to extend batch c tenure.