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N-Power Recipients Who Are Due Arrears, , Says Betta Edu

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The administration of former President Muhammadu Buhari owed the beneficiaries several months’ wages.

However, Betta Edu, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, stated that the arrears payments to recipients, which commenced on Wednesday, will go on until the final recipient is compensated.

On Thursday, Edu appeared as a guest on Politics Today on Channels Television.

“A payment for N-Power is currently in progress; we worked in the office yesterday till the wee hours of this morning to make sure that young people received the money that they were due from the previous administration.

 

“Therefore, N-Power beneficiaries all throughout the country, you can probably confirm that your money is showing up in your accounts. This process will go on until the last person who has actually served is compensated.

Naturally, all of this is being reorganized to guarantee that unemployment is decreased and jobs are created for Nigerians, Edu stated.

 

On June 8, 2016, former President Muhammadu Buhari launched the N-Power program, which aimed to combat youth unemployment and promote social development.

Following President Bola Tinubu’s takeover from President Buhari, the initiative was temporarily halted. However, Edu clarified that the current administration wishes to resolve outstanding issues from prior administrations before continuing the program.

Source: Chanelstv

There has not yet been a relaunch of the Renewed Hope N-Power. We’re currently working through the issues from earlier years. These people were therefore delinquent for several months.

“These funds were formerly managed by a consultant on behalf of the N-Power recipients. But the money was being withheld from the consultants for months without paying the beneficiaries.

“The government refunded the funds into the TSA CBN account and commenced beneficiary scrutiny, which took some time to complete. As a result, we are pleading with the youth to exercise patience,” the minister stated.”The government refunded the funds into the TSA CBN account and commenced beneficiary scrutiny, which took some time to complete. As a result, we are pleading with the youth to exercise patience,” the minister stated.

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