Update: Npower To Pay Batch C2 3-Month Backlog Soon

According to the information that has reached us, the Npower administration will shortly pay the recipients of batch C stream 2, who have a three-month payment backlog. This happened after the 7500 NSIP independent monitors’ stipends were paid in full.

The federal government has also started paying N20,000 cash grants again to social investment programs that help underprivileged communities. These programs were launched on January 17, 2023, in Anambra State.

Sadiya Umar Farouk, the minister of humanitarian affairs, disaster management, and social development, participated in the exercise. He was represented by Charles Anaelo, the deputy director of the ministry.

The NSIP program’s components are now again being paid for, which is an indication that the Npower beneficiaries will shortly receive their backlog payments.

A few days ago, the Npower management team said that all batch C1 beneficiaries with paused accounts would be contacted by agents to address any problems, and they requested that those beneficiaries be responsive to the agents’ calls.

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