See How to Resolve Your Npower Backlogs and Monthly Stipends Payment Issues

Npower beneficiaries( Npower-teach, Npower-Agro, Npower-Tech, Npower-Health and  Npower-Tax etc ) both 2016 and 2017 batches have complained  about Npower owing  them their  stipends even when they had been cleared and enrolled  by Npower, some were owed 0ne month while others were even up to 10 months. This article is to educate and guide you on how to resolve and receive your backlogs and monthly stipends regularly. Read more

What You Need to Know About  Npower Backlogs and Monthly Stipends Payment for all beneficiaries

We in  are glad to inform you that the payment of backlogs are in full gear as over 50,000 Npower beneficiaries( Npower-teach, Npower-Agro, Npower-Tech, Npower-Health and  Npower-Tax etc ) have been paid their backlogs, there are many more persons who are yet to be paid, but be rest-assured that you will be paid all that you deserve. Every worker deserves his/her wages .The Federal Government continues to work tirelessly to ensure this experience beneficial and rewarding for you .It is strongly believed that for every Nigerian who has been empowered by the Npower program,would go ahead to impact their communities. All communities have to benefit greatly from this scheme. Reliable information reaching us here has it that those who are owed will be paid this week (Especially those that have cleared and enrolled by npower ),So be rest assured that all beneficiary will be paid and federal Government will keep to his promises.

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Step by Step Approach in Resolving or Solving Your Backlogs and Stipends Issues

First steps Approach  in resolving your stipends issues is to update your profiles in Npower portal .You should make sure your account number and your name corresponds with the name on your certificate.When this is done,you cannot now forward the corrections to npower e-mail address at

Second Steps Approach, Please ensure you link your BVN to your account, Npower beneficiaries ( Npower-teach, Npower-Agro, Npower-Tech, Npower-Health and  Npower-Tax etc ) have fail to link their bank account to their BVN despite the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) detective. Do you know that some accounts cannot accommodate large amount of money? Most banks are programme to receive only N20, 000 and this tend to affect the Npower payments which pays from N30, 000. Rush to your bank now and confirm this information from them. After this has been done please write an email stating the corrections and Send an email to:

Third Step Approach, you may likely be ask to send your Bank account Statement, so ensure you Rush to your bank and request for your statement of account. You should be able to print from where and when you are being owed the npower monthly stipends. Bank account Statement is to prove your claims. Once you get this, scan the documents, then write an email stating the corrections and Send an email to:

Fourth Step Approach; is as important as the other steps, you are to note also that failure to attend to your primary duties or report at your place of primary assignment may result to your payment being put on hold.

Please Note: Also you should know that the time of your verification and being cleared by the npower team means a lot as that date will serve as the date and month when your stipends will be paid. So many volunteers thought since the npower programme started by December 2016, they are owed December payments but the truth is that it is when you are verified that you will be paid and please do ensure you follow the steps and you will be paid.

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See How to Resolve Your Npower Backlogs and Monthly Stipends Payment Issues

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