Latest Npower News For Today Sunday 5th February 2023
In today’s Latest Npower News for Sunday 5th February 2023, we will be updating you on the latest news about the Npower programme that you might have missed within the week. So keep reading
The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian affairs gives updates in regard to the ongoing Npower non-graduate programme training across the Country. The first update was about N-Skills Phone Repair Training ongoing at Abak, Akwa-Ibom State. Part of the mission of these training exercises is to ensure that participants acquire the necessary skills with improved financial management and enhanced strategic planning.
The second update was the N-Skills Training on Wire Works and Jewelry making at Orozo, Abuja. The FMHADMSD is committed to creating a sustainable and inclusive social system that promotes human dignity for all in Nigeria.
The third update is the ongoing N-Skills catering training at the Jos Center, Plateau state, The N-Skills programme has assisted beneficiaries to learn independence, responsibility, and time management.
The fourth update is the ongoing N-Skills Welding and Fabrication Training at Utako, Abuja.
An update was also given showing the Beneficiaries (South-West Zone) of Npower N-Skills Jewelry Making & Wireworks at the training center in Ogun state.
While the Beneficiaries of these National Social Investment programs are been engaged to acquire skills, they are always grateful to the initiators of the programme for empowering them.
A week ago, beneficiaries of the NSIP programme turnout in mass to thank President Buhari for initiating the NSIP programme in Katsina, the Humanitarian Ministry has reported again that no fewer than 200,000 beneficiaries of the National Social Investment Programme thronged the Lafia Township Square on Saturday to appreciate President Muhammadu Buhari GCFR for lifting most poor and vulnerable persons out of poverty in Nasarawa state. Read details here Sadiya Farouq, NSIP Beneficiaries Thank President Buhari For NSIP
In conclusion, the Npower team has stated that they understand how long it has been in regards to the delay in Npower batch C stream 2 stipends payment. If you have been following the news, you would know that the minister of Humanitarian Affairs announced just last week that 3 months of backlog payments will be made. We implore you to be patient, rest assured your stipends will be paid. Npower said.