N-Power Payment:An Advice To The Minister In Charge Of The Scheme.

N-Power Stipend Payment: A Piece of Advice to the Minister in Charge of the N-Power Scheme As N-Power June and July stipends are yet to be paid, a lot of the beneficiaries seem to be kept in sadness. They muslims among them want to be paid so that they prepare for the upcoming Sallah celebrations.

That caused a lot of bitter complaints. Some of the volunteers even when to the point of vomiting hate words against the minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management, who is in charge of the programme. In fact, some of the beneficiaries even went to the point of calling for her step down. 

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Considering the fact that the delay in payment last Sallah celebrations caused a lot of problems to many beneficiaries, it will definitely be a big mistake to not to pay the beneficiaries before the upcoming Sallah celebrations. If not for the fact that the minister is a muslim, most of the Muslim beneficiaries would have accused of being biased. But that is not the case. 

Sadiya Umar Farouq, the minister in charge of the N-Power programme should try to pay all verified volunteers their stipends before the fast approaching Sallah celebrations. She is supposed to understand that mistakes are made not to be repeated.

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Repeating the mistake of delay in payment before an important religious occasion has always hurt many civil servants let alone N-Power volunteers. Repeating the mistake of delay in payment before an important religious occasion has always hurt many civil servants let alone N-Power volunteers.

N-Power Payment:An Advice To The Minister In Charge Of The Scheme.

In the end, the call here is, Sadiya should try as much as possible to pay beneficiaries their stipends so that they get prepared for the upcoming Sallah celebrations. 

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