Exited N-Power Beneficiaries To Pressurize Minister Through Protest To disburse Nexit Fund

In today’s updated information about the Npower Scheme – The Exited beneficiaries of the scheme (Batch A and Batch B) have come to conclusion that they have no other option than to pressurize the minister of Humanitarian Affairs through protest, to disburse the funds meant for the NEXIT program.

To ascertain the seriousness of this move, they sent a letter to the Inspector General (I.G) of Police which they caption “The Voice of Exited Npower Beneficiaries (Batch A and Batch B)”.

From the details on the letter, they are requesting for the presence of police officers, and civil defence personnels to be on standby as they need a confirm/tight security while embarking on a peaceful protest in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja.

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Also, the writer pinpointed some constitutional legal backup in the letter, that under the Nigeria law and constitution, there is right to carryout a peaceful protest.

Hence, they are looking into a peaceful protest which is strictly arranged to mount pressure on Honourable Sadiya U. F. who is the minister of Humanitarian Affairs.

Their target is to push the minister into releasing, and disbursing funds allocated by the Federal Government through the ministry to the exited Batch A and B volunteers.

See Copy of the letter below;

Exited N-Power Beneficiaries To Pressurize Minister Through Protest To disburse Nexit Fund

Updated: March 31, 2021 — 7:27 pm

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