NASIMS SSP Portal: Npower Management officially transits to a New Self Service Portal, rekindles Beneficiaries hope in the Npower Programme

The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has moved its portal nasims.gov.ng to a new Self Service Portal (SSP) ssp.nasims.gov.ng.

Announcing the official transition on Saturday, the Npower management rekindled the hope of the Npower Beneficiaries who had stayed agog as they await payment of over 5 months Outstanding Stipends.

The transition process which began on Thursday created panic among the beneficiaries, especially the Batch C2, as the portal has been inacessible, prompting assertions that the Npower programme may have ended.

Dousing the tension among the beneficiaries, NASIMS noted that the beneficiaries should remain calm while the technical Team complete the transition process meant to unleash the full phase of the Npower programme, which has been institutionalised in the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development under the NSIP Agency Act.

"Attention all valued beneficiaries! 🚨
"We've made a change to our self-service portal interface.
"Don't worry, we've got your back! 
"Find out all about the new SSP and improved features soon.
https://ssp.nasims.gov.ng✨ #selfserviceupdate #seamlessmigration
#staynpowered #npower", NASIMS stated via its official Facebook and Twitter Handles.

Former President Mohammedu Buhari assented the the National Social Investment Programme Agency Act, providing a legal and institutional framework for the establishment and management of the National Social Investment Programmes as a formidable force to assist and empower the poor and vulnerable in Nigeria.

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The establishment of the National Social Investment Agency (NSIA) through the NSIA Establishment Bill marks a significant milestone in Nigeria's journey towards a more equitable and prosperous society.

By consolidating and expanding social intervention through the NSIP Programmes: NPower, Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT), National Home Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP), and the Government Enterprises Empowerment Programme popularly known as GEEP Loan, the bill tackles poverty, unemployment, and social exclusion head-on.

It places a strong emphasis on social inclusion, human capital Development, job creation, financial empowerment, and equipping individuals with the tools to succeed in the modern economy.

By the creation of a new fully-fledged Self Service Portal, with its enhanced features, the proceses of managing the four facets of NSIP can be streamlined to enable the beneficiaries recieve all essential assistance at ease.

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