NPOWER NEWS TODAY MONDAY 6TH DEC 2021 ON OCTOBER, NOVEMBER SALARY

The good news today is that Npower Management, NASIMS, will soon commence payment of Npower October and November salaries. Accordingto the management of Npower, October Npower payment will commence immediately the outstanding September stipend is paid to those who have not yet received their salary.

The Federal Government of Nigeria, through NASIMS, has cautioned all Npower Batch C beneficiaries not to fall victim to scammers.

This was contained in a statement issued on Monday, December 6th by NASIMS to all Npower Batch C beneficiaries. NASIMSadvised all Npower Batch C1 employees to ignore any calls requesting their ATM credentials for quick payment of their outstanding September stipend.

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The big Npower Batch C1 news today is that NASIMS has started paying the unpaid Npower Batch C September stipend.

The outstanding September salary for unpaid Npower Batch C1 beneficiaries will be paid soon.

Dear Beneficiaries

PAYMENT COMMENCEMENT DATE OF OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER STIPEND UNCONFIRMED

For the sake of the gullibles and avoidance of false information, payment commencement date of October and November stipends hasn’t been confirmed, for now, we are still working on payment issues and hope to finish up soon.

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We shall give update on the above subject matter when it’s appropriate.

Kindly disregard any slated date making the rounds on social platforms and keep observing your dashboard to that effect

For now, stay tuned to our official social media channels for authentic information
Apologies for the reversal of payment status.
The Federal Government through NASIMS has apologized for the reversed payment status from pending to failed and the delay in payment of the September Npower Stipend to those who have not been paid.

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The management said, “We are working to resolve it.” All qualified beneficiaries will be paid.

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