Npower Nexit News and Questions Management Need To Answer Urgently can be accessed below.

Onyxnewsng understands that with a month left to the end of the year 2021, Npower batches A and B are asking if Nexit Scheme is a mirage or if there is a possibility that the Nexit Scheme will be implemented before the end of the year as an earlier promise by Humanitarian Affairs Minister.

Is NEXIT LOAN a mirage that even the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development no longer wants to talk about?

A question that Npower batches A and B are asking that demand answers from Nexit initiators.

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It has been more than a year since the promise of NEXIT Loan was made followed by the commencement of the registration, yet no significant implementation has been recorded.

Is NEXIT scheme a false hope to Npower batches A and B beneficiaries? A question that needs an answer from Nexit management.

A few months ago the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouk, stated that the exited beneficiaries of Batch A and B Npower Programme would commence Training in October 2021, as part of processes for the disbursement of the NEXIT Loan.

In October, a group of 1,850 Youths were selected across the 36 States plus FCT to be trained as Mobile Money transactions agents under the Shared Agency Network Expansion Facility (SANEF).

Recall that the Shared Agency Network Expansion Facility (SANEF) was mentioned by the Minister as one of the ways of transiting the exited Batch A and B Npower beneficiaries.
But the selection and Training of the 1,850 youths remain a folk Tale to the 500,000 exited beneficiaries of the Batch A and B Npower Programme.

The question that most people has been asking is whether these 1850 youths trained as mobile money agent are among the 500,000 Npower Batch A and B beneficiaries waiting for the Nexit training or they have been replaced.
These questions are questions that need urgent answers from the Humanitarian affairs ministry

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