Closing Date for NEXIT Program Registration

Are you an exiting N-power beneficiary? Have you completed your NEXIT program registration or yet to get registered? Waste no time to complete all registration process, as the closing date for the scheme has been fixed.

Thus, the latest news reaching us about Npower is that the disbursement of funds to applicants will commence soon. But for the fact that registration is still ongoing, they have to close the portal to get the total record of applicants, before funding the qualified beneficiaries.

NEXIT Program Registration

Closing Date

The last day for Nexit Program Registration will be on the February 10th, 2021. Therefore, any exiting N-power Beneficiary (Batch A & B) who are yet to register should try and do so, before the deadline.

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For the group of applicants with email verification issue, ensure you follow any of the solutions given by the NSIP team (i.e filling the google form for e-mail update, or following the link [https://nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng/auth/activation] which can be found in the SMS sent to applicants) {Read about them from our previous posts}.

Applicants were also advised not to input their confidential details in any online platform while awaiting the disbursement of cash, as they will be communicated by Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on how to drop the necessary details when the time comes.

Because, it has come to thee notice of the Scheme, that fraudsters are mimicking the official portal, thereby creating links for applicants to fill their details and get paid for the loan program.

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The amount to be paid is above the so called fifty thousand (N50,000) these scammers are claiming to disburse in their broadcast message. So, applicants should disregard message of such.

Applicants are hereby advised to always login to their NEXIT profile, and their email for updates. They should also ensure that their bank account can receive a minimum of two hundred thousand naira (N200,000) and above, since that is the minimum amount the scheme will be sending to qualified applicants.

Note: Applicants with issues should do well to contact the NSIP team, before the last day of the registration. It is paramount to note that, any issue that wasn’t rectified before the last day cannot be corrected any more.

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Updated: January 24, 2021 — 7:40 am

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