N-Power NEXIT: N-power Beneficiaries allege delay tactics

The beneficiaries of the N-power Program who have been outraged over the demeaning silence on their complaints since the launch of the NEXIT Portal have stated that the recurrent problems encountered during the NEXIT registration is intentional and a delay tactics. 

The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development had through its efforts collaborated the Central Bank of Nigeria in a bid to transit the exited 500,000 N-power Beneficiaries into economic, empowerment and entrepreneurship opportunities offered by the apex bank as earlier promised.

Disclosing the schemes available to the N-power Beneficiaries, the Federal Government had noted that the exited N-power beneficiaries would directly benefit from CBN Schemes such the AGSMEIS Loan and the Anchor Borrowers Program (ABP).

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However, the registration process has suffered setbacks which have remained unresolved purporting assertive statements from the beneficiaries.

The beneficiaries noted that since the launch of the NEXIT Portal https://nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng , e-mail verification had failed and wittingly unresolved since their complaints have been barely attended to.

Some of the beneficiaries stated that the e-mail verification links sent to their e-mail addresses verified them yet they were unable to login to upload  their records in the next stage of the registration.

Others lamented their outright rejection by the portal which had failed to recognise them as N-power Beneficiaries upon using their exact N-power details.

Decrying the increasing silence and delay on the absolute resolution of the problems in the portal, the N-power Beneficiaries had stated that it is the intention of the Humanitarian Ministry to linger the process till next year which remains most uncertain to them in this perilous time of economic downturn.

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