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2020 International Youth Day

The place Is Our Stipend? Npower Beneficiaries Bomb Minister After Her Early life Day Message

Beneficiaries of the government social funding scheme, Npower have once more cried out over the non-payment in their remarkable stipends and different advantages.

The disgruntled beneficiaries who took to the micro-blogging website, Twitter to voice their anger on Wednesday blamed Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Crisis Control, and Social Construction for the non-payment in their stipends.

The offended beneficiaries took to the remark phase after the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Crisis Control, and Social Construction launched a remark on behalf of the Minister on Wednesday night time in commemoration of the 2020 World Early life Day.

The Ministry wrote: “These days as we mark “World Early life Day”, the HM @sadiya_farouq and all folks @FMHDSD
felicitate with Nigerian formative years who proceed to show off innovation & resilience regardless of the chances stacked in opposition to them. You might be our long term & we rejoice you these days & all the time. #IYD2020″

Alternatively, the responses the Ministry were given had been majorly from N-Energy beneficiaries tough the fee in their remarkable stipends who famous that there’s not anything to rejoice if the youths are being denied their entitlements by way of the federal government.

Maximum declare they’ve now not been paid July and June whilst some others declare what they’re owed is greater than two months.

See a few of their reactions:

In the meantime, Naija Information recollects the Minister for Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Crisis Control and Social Construction Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq, disclosed no fewer than 5 million applicants have carried out for the Batch C of the N-Energy programme.

She made the disclosure in a remark launched by way of her Particular Assistant on Strategic Communique, Mrs Halima Oyelade on Tuesday.

Best 400,000 individuals will likely be selected from the pool of candidates as Batch C beneficiaries of the government social intervention scheme.