Nasims has begun the payment of Npower stipends for the months of September and October 2021, effective immediately. Nasims has resumed the distribution of stipends for the months of September and October in the year 2021, which is welcome news for Npower Batch C1 Graduate beneficiaries.
It is worth recalling that Nasims announced a few days ago that in order to ensure that all Beneficiaries received their payments at the same time, they used the Bulk payment approach, which was only partially effective, resulting in some accounts being credited while others were not due to network instabilities. As a result, payments for the month of October have been suspended until the problem has been fixed.
According to Nasims, the payment issues have been rectified, and the company has started payment to all affected recipients for the current month.
Earlier this evening, Nasims shared the exciting news on his Facebook page. It is their understanding that the long-awaited and past-due September and October stipends have just begun to be processed, and that all accounts that have been placed on PROCESS would be reimbursed shortly after. We appreciate your patience during the time it took us to PROCESS your payment. If you have any outstanding balances, you can rest assured that they will be paid off in November and December. Once again, thank you for your understanding.
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Remember that Nasims stated a few days ago that in order to ensure that all Beneficiaries were paid at the same time, they implemented a Bulk Payment approach, which was PARTIALLY SUCCESSFUL, resulting in some accounts being credited and others not, due to network instability, as a result of their efforts. As a result, payments for October have been halted while the issue is being addressed. It appears that Nasims has resolved the payment issues and has re-started payments to all of the recipients for the upcoming month of March.
Nasims has resumed payment of Npower stipends for the months of September and October in 2021.
Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Faroug, has encouraged State Focal Persons on the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) to make sure that benefits are implemented and delivered to beneficiaries all over the country as the Federal Government seriosly plans to elevate more 100 million citizens out of poverty by the year 2030. The National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) is a federally funded program that aims to provide benefits to beneficiaries across the country.