Nigeria’s Humanitarian Affairs Minister, Sadiya Farouq, Makes U-turn, Says Authorities Owes 12,000 N-power Beneficiaries Stipends

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Regardless of initially dismissing claims by beneficiaries of the N-Energy programme that they haven’t been paid their month-to-month stipends, Sadiya Umar Farouq, Nigeria’s Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Catastrophe Administration and Social Improvement, has now stated 12,000 beneficiaries are but to obtain fee.

Farouq on Could 23 stated all beneficiaries had been paid in response to allegations that not all individuals of the scheme had acquired fee.

Nonetheless, after overwhelming complaints reported throughout the media, she has now backtracked to confess that not everybody had been paid. 


Talking on Monday throughout the briefing by members of the Presidential Job Pressure on COVID-19, the minister stated, “So far as the ministry is worried, we now have paid N-Energy beneficiaries which have been verified and really helpful for fee. We’ve got 500,000 N-Energy volunteers.

“Those that are claiming that they haven’t been paid, we’re trying into these points with the Workplace of the Account Common of the Federation. 










“We’ve got had points round migrating from the platform that we used to function to the Authorities Built-in Monetary Administration Data System (GIFMIS) platform. So, these are the executive points which have hindered the fee of a number of the volunteers.

“There are about 12,000 of them based mostly on our report and as I’m talking with you, the everlasting secretary of the ministry is within the workplace of the accountant normal to type out these points and as soon as we get the report, we’ll make it obtainable to all.”

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