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The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation shed light on the ongoing efforts to facilitate payments to N-Power beneficiaries. The minister, while emphasizing the commitment of the government to settle outstanding payments, spoke about the rigorous process undertaken to rectify delays from previous administrations.

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“We were in the office yesterday up until the early hours of this morning, just to ensure that young people get monies which they have been owed from the last government,” she shared.

According to the minister, payments to N-Power beneficiaries are currently in progress, and beneficiaries nationwide are already witnessing the funds in their accounts. This initiative, she highlighted, is part of a broader restructuring plan aimed at tackling unemployment and fostering job creation for Nigerians.

Ensuring transparency in the entire process, the minister mentioned plans to deploy technology that would make the names of beneficiaries of various social intervention programs accessible on a dedicated portal.

“The Renewed Hope N-Power has not been relaunched yet. We are still trying to deal with the baggage from the previous years,” she clarified. The minister went on to explain that the delay in payments was due to the funds being held up with a consultant, and the government’s decision to recover the money into the government’s TSA CBN account.

“These are persons who were owed monies for a few months. Some were owed for three months, some were owed for six months, and some owed for eight months,” the minister elaborated. The government’s move to scrutinize beneficiaries and recover funds demonstrates a commitment to addressing past challenges and ensuring that deserving individuals receive their dues.

In the ongoing efforts to empower Nigerian youths through programs like N-Power, the government is actively working to streamline processes, rectify past discrepancies, and contribute to the reduction of unemployment in the country. As the payments continue, the government’s dedication to transparency and accountability remains a key focus in its pursuit of a more inclusive and prosperous future for its citizens.

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.



  1. Ibim Jack

    Saturday, 30 December 2023, 8:55 at 8:55 am

    Please I don’t know why up till now have not received my own share of the alart. Please I need that money oo. because things are very hard with me and my family?

  2. Dameng Joseph Francis

    Monday, 25 December 2023, 8:12 at 8:12 pm

    so many people are seeing the npower stipend but I have not seen any.

  3. Alani taiwo

    Monday, 25 December 2023, 5:43 at 5:43 am


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