Beneficiaries of N-Power announce a national protest over unpaid stipends for nine months.

Beneficiaries of N-Power announce a national protest over unpaid stipends for nine months.
In order to demand the prompt payment of their unpaid nine-month stipends, N-Power beneficiaries across Nigeria have declared their intention to hold a countrywide peaceful protest on Wednesday, December 13 at 10:00 AM.

The announcement was made on Friday in a statement endorsed by Adamu Yusuf Fari, the National Assistant Secretary General of N-Power beneficiaries. Fari expressed disappointment with the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation's lack of response and expressed deep regret for the state of affairs.

Fari went on to say that the Npower management's unmet promises to fix the problems are nothing more than "failed projects."

Fari said "I regret having to tell our throngs of beneficiaries that our monthly stipends have not been paid by the Ministry for Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation for the last nine months."

"This is a serious problem, and we have made multiple attempts to work with the Npower management to resolve it. Despite our best efforts, they have not responded to our concerns." All that is promised are failing ventures.

He continued by saying that the beneficiaries have made the decision to stage a nonviolent nationwide demonstration in order to raise awareness of the problem and pressure the government to act.

"It is imperative that we maintain a respectful and nonviolent demeanor throughout the demonstration and refrain from participating in any unlawful or violent actions," stated Fari.

We urge the minister and her members to act immediately to pay the unpaid stipends, and we remain dedicated to resolving this matter through peaceful and courteous means.

According to Fari, the problem is "a matter of fairness and justice," and the association will keep pushing for a resolution that benefits all parties.

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