As you know, the administrators have stopped paying the nap stipend for November December 2019.
But we always bring good news to all the beneficiaries of the federal government social intervention scheme.
President Muhammadu Banneri has promised to increase the wages of workers and provide permanent employment to N-Power volunteers under the next level program. While the beneficiaries are being urged to be patient for some more time to get the salary for the month of October – November December 2019.
The beneficiaries of Npower who are still waiting for the monthly salary and whose Npower Stipend is on hold for June and July are advised to login to the NPVN portal and update their banking details.
How to Receive Your Npower Stipend 2019
If you are worried about when the NPOWER 2019 stipend will be paid, you are advised to reach out to the NPower team through then* Direct Number or Social Media handles okay
Note: Login to NPVN Web @. npvn.npower.gov.ng and click tlie CHECK PAYMENT STATUS or Email [email protected]/Call 09060000446 on any issue regarding payment and it will be taken care of.
Update about Npower Stipend 2019 November – December 2019
Note: Kindly Note that You should never send your bank account details to anyone who will promise to pay you for November / December 2019 stipends.
Npower will use the details you provided like your account name and account number to send you your Nov / Dec 2019 stipend.
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The federal government said it has paid the October and November allowances of beneficiaries of the N-Power programme.
It said the payment was made before December, 20 as earlier promised.
“The ministry is currently engaging the NSIP Cluster Heads for clarifications; in essence, the handover and taking process for these two programmes is still ongoing,” she had said.
Ms Farouq assured Nigerians of continuity in the promptness demonstrated in the payment of the backlog.
This, she said, will ensure the programme achieve their goals of improving the wellbeing of Nigerians.
Never give out your banking details to anyone who promises to help you receive your Npower Stipends as this is seen as an act of criminality and punishable under the law.