NASIMS Commences Npower Batch C March Stipend Payment

The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development stated it has started the process of paying the March Stipend to Npower recipients in order to discharge any outstanding Stipends owed to them under the Batch C Stream 1 Npower Program.

The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), which made the announcement this evening, stated that the crediting of Npower beneficiaries’ bank accounts would begin immediately.

The Humanitarian Affairs Ministry’s greatest interest is to ensure that all pending stipends, such as payments for the months of March and April, be paid to the recipients without further delay, and that they are paid one after the other, according to NASIMS.

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Meanwhile, NASIMS has apologized to a small number of Batch C Stream 1 Npower beneficiaries who have had payment challenges such as FAILED PAYMENT, and promised that once the March Stipend payment begins, beneficiaries who have had their concerns fixed will be credited.

“To All Unpaid Beneficiaries Of 2021 Payments And Other Outstanding

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“Haven went through complaints sent in through the comment section, we deemed it worthwhile to restate the deployed clearing pattern of the outstanding payments;

“While March Payment has successfully been initiated, please note that those whose issues have been resolved are being paid out gradually. You’ll be paid as soon as the issue that resulted in the delay/fail in payment of your stipend is resolved.

“Apologies for the delay!” NASIMS stated in an Update.

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Source: Nyscinfo

Updated: May 12, 2022 — 6:39 pm

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  1. Umoeka,Emediong Obot

    Please NASIMS should try and respond to those of us that is banking with UBA bank that hasn’t received our payment since February because it is totally unfair

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