There is a new update that Npower management is enrolling more preselected Npower applicants by inviting them for account validation. If you missed this update, read the details here.
While this is ongoing, 8 monthly payments of some Npower beneficiaries are yet to be paid even after the approval of the payment of outstanding stipends of all the NSIP beneficiaries was given before the last Administration left office. A situation that is causing beneficiaries to ask questions regarding their unpaid outstanding stipends.
There is also a rumor that the former Minister of Humanitarian Affairs in charge of the Npower and other NSIP programs was invited by the EFCC to give an account of how she managed the activities of the Ministry while in service.
That notwithstanding, we believe that Npower always finds a way to pay its beneficiaries their delayed stipends. It might only be delayed but we believe that beneficiaries outstanding stipends will be paid soon.
It is important that as a Npower beneficiary, it is advisable to also search for other opportunities, that is why we created a Npower discussion group to share other opportunities that you can take advantage of. The Npower program is not a permanent job but a job employable and entrepreneurship empowerment program. As such, it is important to search for other jobs.
How to confirm if your Npower Validation was successful using simple steps
Follow the steps below to gain Npower management’s attention to answer your questions:
Go to Twitter and share a post asking Npower to help you confirm your validation status if it was successful. Make sure you include your Npower ID in ... and tag @npower_ng in your post.
Repeat this post under any trending post on Twitter to get Npower Twitter handle to respond to you.
You can also contact the NSIP support team to confirm your validation status via the following email and phone numbers:
The additional line for complaints and enquiries: 0700 CALL NSIP OR 070022556747