– Sadiya Umar Farouq, Minister of Disaster Management and Social Development, said N-Power beneficiaries are paid regularly.
– The Minister announced this on Thursday May 27 in Abuja during an interaction with members of the press.
– In your view, the claim that the beneficiaries are owed by the federal government is not only false but also misleading.
The federal government has stated this No outstanding payments to the beneficiaries of batches A and B of the N-Power program.
Daily Trust reports that the clarification on Thursday, May 27th, in Abuja by the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq.
“We have cleared all arrears on N-Power payments with the office of the Secretary General of the Federation and we have moved on to the next step. “
N-Power should eradicate poverty among Nigerian youth.
The Nation also reports that the minister further stated that N-Power was a component of the National Social Investment Program (NSIP), which was introduced to stem the growing tide of poverty, unemployment and social insecurity in Nigeria.
The minister also stated that a total of 6,969. 230 households and 29,766,599 people were recorded in the national social register.
They found that about 4,000,000 households and 20,000,000 people should be included in the social register as a Million households and 5.6 million people were recorded as part of the conditional money transfer.
More young people are employed in the context of N-Power Batch C
Es it was reported that Sadiya Farouq did so on Thursday November 11th March, announced via a thread by tw eets.
She said the ministry had taken strict steps to ensure the registration, verification and onboarding process online and on a centralized system.