Why Npower MGT Transition Won't Affect Uncleared Backlog Payment

Why Npower MGT Transition Won't Affect Uncleared Backlog Payment

In today's Latest Npower News, N-power backlog payment news, we will be discussing reasons why you should not be disturbed about the probability of the management of the Npower program leaving the office without clearing the backlog payment of Beneficiaries. So keep reading!

With 9 days left for President Buhari Administration, the initiator of the Npower program to hand over power to the new Administration of Bola Ahmed Tinubu Administration, some of the Beneficiaries of the Npower programme who are being owed backlog are beginning to ask questions whether they will get paid before the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Sadiya Umar Farouq leave office.

In view of the above, we have decided to create this post to share more light on the need for why you should not worry about the probability of not getting your backlog before the Minister leaves.

Firstly, President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the payment of all outstanding stipends payment of the NSIP program beneficiaries including the Npower beneficiaries. Read details here FG Authorized Npower/NSIP Beneficiaries Outstanding Payment

Some weeks ago, HM Sadiya Umar Farouq do state that the Npower programme will continue since the incoming leadership is of the APC. So there is no need to panic. Listing to the mister statement here Video - HM Sadiya Farouq Speaks On Npower Program Future

This is to say that all arrangements have possibly been concluded for transitioning the Humanitarian Affairs Ministry programs to new management. And the new management will possibly continue or better still perfect the programs under the Ministry.

There is no doubt that all qualified Npower beneficiaries who are being owed backlog payments will be paid. So do not panic

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  1. What is the fate of exited npower beneficiaries in respect to payment of the Nexit package?


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