In the latest news from Npower, we eagerly anticipate the transfer of power from President Buhari’s Administration to Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Administration. As we approach this significant change, there is a prevailing belief that the Npower Program, which has been a source of poverty relief for the youth, will be continued under the new leadership.
Recently, Sadiya Umar Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development, officially handed over the affairs of the ministry to the Permanent Secretary, Nasir Sani, as part of the May 29 transition. This handover signifies the formal transfer of responsibilities and sets the stage for a smooth transition. The new administration has been briefed on the ongoing initiatives and activities regarding the empowerment program and the engagement of Nigerian youth with the APC Government. This ensures that the new leadership is well-informed and prepared to carry forward the program’s goals.
To the beneficiaries of the Npower program, we want to assure you that there is no need to worry about the transition. The new management of the National Social Investment Program (NSIP) is committed to ensuring the program’s continuation and the prompt payment of any outstanding stipends. Rest assured that your dedication and commitment to the program will be acknowledged and supported.
For those who are part of the Npower Batch C beneficiaries and have not received their stipends for October, November, and December, we urge you to take immediate action and validate your accounts through the provided validation link. This step is crucial to ensure that you receive the stipends you are entitled to without further delay.
As we enter President Tinubu’s Administration, there is hope and belief that the empowerment program initiated during the Buhari Administration will be further enhanced and developed into a more permanent job creation opportunity. The aim is to empower the youth with sustainable employment prospects that will contribute to their overall well-being and the nation’s progress.
In conclusion, the transition of power brings new possibilities and expectations. We look forward to witnessing the positive impact of the Npower Program under the leadership of President Tinubu. With continued dedication and collaborative efforts, we can build a brighter future for Nigerian youth and ensure inclusive growth and development for all.
1. Will the Npower Program continue under the new administration?
The Npower Program is expected to continue under the new administration, as there is a commitment to sustaining the program’s positive impact on poverty relief for the youth.
2. What happens to the pending stipend payments for Npower beneficiaries?
The new management of the National Social Investment Program (NSIP) is dedicated to ensuring the payment of all outstanding stipends for Npower beneficiaries in a timely manner.
3. How can Npower Batch C beneficiaries validate their accounts?
Npower Batch C beneficiaries who have not received their stipends and need to validate their accounts can do so by following the provided validation link.
4. Is there any update on the handover of affairs by the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs?
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq, has officially handed over the affairs of the ministry to the Permanent Secretary, Nasir Sani, as part of the transition process.
5. What are the expectations regarding the future of empowerment programs?
There is hope that under President Tinubu’s Administration, the existing empowerment programs will be upgraded and transformed into more permanent job creation opportunities, enabling sustainable and inclusive growth for Nigerian youth.