The honorable minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Umar Saidya Farouq will clear the air within the week on the live streaming on facebook.
The agenda for the briefing is not yet clear, but source close to the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) disclosed streamlining talked about last two weeks, will come into light
The minister promised to streamline the programme after paying all stipends due to volunteers, many volunteers have received their may Stipends.
A leaked information from the current engagement, spokesperson for the humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development ministry Rhoda Iliya, said in a statement 400,000 new volunteers will be included in the programme
Making it close to a Million volunteers, the Largest in Africa.
“the administration’s vision of lifting 100 million people out of poverty by creating opportunities to enhance the productivity of the Nigerian youth is much on course”
Although Illiya confirmed that the government is working on the good exit plan for the beneficiaries, she did not give a specific date or month.
“We are still working on an exit plan for Batch A,” Illiya told correspondent, “But there is no specific date for exit.”
According to her, there is not date fix yet, and an exit plan is currently being worked out, there is no need to worry
While a handful of Volunteers are yet to receive their March, April and even May stipends, the matter is currently being solved. All volunteers will be paid their entitlement before the week runs out
Affected volunteers are to email their details to NPVN, where reconciliation will be done. Apparently, new entrant of 400,000 person will also be discussed.
Highlights and Agenda of the Broadcast will include:
Streamlining of Npower beneficiaries- Volunteers Currently Serving
Date for New Registration of Batch C (400,000)
The future of Npower as a Programme
How Batch A will be Exited or Retained