‎FG orders fresh verification for N-Power participants who are owed stipends ‎

‎Participants in Batches A and B of the ‎N-Power Programme who were earlier omitted from the payment of stipends have been directed to report to their various state focal persons for verification and revalidation.‎

Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar-Farouq, gave the directive in Abuja on Tuesday.

Umar-Farouq stated that efforts to resolve unpaid stipends withheld due to discrepancies in records of the beneficiaries were almost being concluded.

The minister explained that investigations conducted by the Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation following the omission of some N-Power beneficiaries from payment of stipends indicated that some of the affected persons were also drawing salaries from other Federal Government agencies.

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She however noted that a fresh opportunity has been given to the affected beneficiaries to verify and re-validate their eligibility so that qualified beneficiaries could be paid for their participation in the N-Power Programme.

“Beneficiaries are hereby directed to report to their State Focal Persons immediately with their bank account details, including bank statements from March 2020 to date, NYSC Discharge Certificates, birth certificates and other related screening documents,” she said.‎

The deadline for verification is October 13, 2020.

N-Power participants who fail to attend the verification exercise would forfeit their stipends.‎

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