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N-Power Beneficiaries Gear Up for Nationwide Protest Over Unpaid Stipends

Months of unpaid stipends and a recent program suspension have pushed N-Power beneficiaries across Batches A, B, and C to their breaking point. Under the banner of the National Association of N-Power Beneficiaries (NANB), they’ve declared a nationwide protest set for December 13th, 2023.

The targets? Every state assembly in Nigeria’s 36 states, plus the National Assembly in Abuja. The message? Clear and loud: pay our nine-month stipends and reinstate the program!

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NANB’s National Secretary, Bashir Ladan, minced no words in a letter to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation: “We will sustain the peaceful protest until our voices are heard and our nine-month stipends paid by the President Bola Tinubu-led Nigerian government.”

The letter, titled “Notification for Nationwide Peaceful Demonstration,” crackles with frustration. It demands not only payment but also the reversal of Minister Betta Edu’s recent suspension of the N-Power program, citing alleged irregularities and corruption.

NANB’s National Vice Chairman, Idris Sani, confirmed the protest plans to SaharaReporters. This news comes on the heels of growing anxieties and anger among beneficiaries, who feel increasingly abandoned and unheard.

With December 13th looming, one thing’s for sure: the streets of Nigeria are about to witness the collective roar of frustrated N-Power beneficiaries. Whether their demands will be met remains to be seen, but one thing’s clear: they’re not backing down without a fight.

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