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Npower Batch C Stipends Payment/Disbursement 2022 Latest News Update

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Npower Batch C Stipends Payment/Disbursement 2022 initiated, Payment to all Beneficiary’s Monthly Salary commences 31st December till January 2022. All selected applicants are expected to receive their Monthly Payment within 5 working days.

Good news for Npower Scheme Batch C1 Beneficiaries about Npower Batch C1 Stipends Payment/Disbursement for October outstanding payment across 36 States in Nigeria.

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Are you among Npower Beneficiary? We have good news for you. Have you recently login to your dashboard to check your payroll. Payment of October stipends has commenced for all validate Volunteers.

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We are delighted to inform all N-power Beneficiaries that the outstanding payment process for the Month of October has been initiated. While you wait for your account to be credited, we sincerely apologize for all the inconveniences the payment delay may have caused you and appreciate your patience and faith kept so far on us.

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We encourage you Login to your dashboard to check if your payroll status is showing pending or…

Alert is expected to land soon. We strongly believe that all will be paid before January 8, 2022.

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Npower Recruitment Update 2022

Please ignore such news circulating around that the Npower programme has been suspended. This is false. The Federal government recently approved additional 440, 000 beneficiaries to be added into the batch c programme. This will form part of the Batch C stream 2 candidates.

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar-Farouq also stated that the Federal Government will soon enlist additional 400,000 youths under the N-power programme.