N-power: Plans for National Protest intensified - Daily Info Update

The Beneficiaries of the N-power Program have intensified plans for a National Protest scheduled to hold on Tuesday, 8th  December, 2020, to once again press home their demands to the Federal Government. 

Recall that following the launch of the NEXIT Portal https://nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng by the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development in collaboration with the Central Bank of Nigeria in a bid to transit the exited N-power Beneficiaries into economic, empowerment and entrepreneurship opportunities presented by the apex bank, the 36 States And FCT N-power Representatives had insisted on a National Peaceful Protest with the following 5 demands:

1. The 36 States and FCT N-Power Representatives request that they should be brought and shown the template of the purported Transition plan.

2. The Transition ( whether absorption into Government agencies or meaningful grants of 600,000 or above for entrepreneurship) must be ready and clearly defined.

3. Payments of over 14, 000 Unpaid Volunteers from the Month of March to July, 2020 must begin immediately as all documents needed for this have been supplied by the volunteers 2 months ago.

4. Payments of Backlogs to Volunteers being owed in different months must be paid immediately.

5. All Batch B devices and some batch A devices must be delivered immediately as this forms part of the agreement of engagement.
Nothing short of the above request will be accepted.

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The flaws of the NEXIT portal, silence of the N-power Social Handlers, communication gap between the beneficiaries and the current Handlers, in addition, constitute the boil of their fury but would not desist from being peaceful and unrelenting until their demands are completely met, the beneficiaries noted. 

The union of the N-power Beneficiaries has gained the approval of the Inspector General of Police and other Authorities having made known their peaceful intention to the Authorities as law conscious and law abiding citizens of Nigeria.

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