The current news on NPower and NASIMS (National Social Investment Management Systems) for today, the 29th of July 2023, brings important updates for all NPower beneficiaries and applicants.
This article is going to cover three main updates:
- The shift of NPower NASIMS Management to the SSP (Self Service Portal)
- The possibility of the recruitment of the 2023 batch of NPower beneficiaries under President Tinubu’s administration.
- Crucial advice from NASIMS to all beneficiaries regarding the new NASIMS Self Service Portal.
NPower NASIMS Management’s Shift to the SSP Portal
The NPower NASIMS Management has moved to the Self Service Portal (SSP).
This move is a part of NASIMS’ plan to make the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) easier to manage.
The new SSP Portal has better features, and its goal is to give beneficiaries an easy way to access important services and improve the program’s overall efficiency.
Hope for Future NPower Beneficiaries
NPower applicants and current beneficiaries have a reason to be hopeful. There are rumors that the 2023 batch of NPower beneficiaries may be recruited soon, during the administration of President Tinubu. This could happen as the NPower Batch C2 is nearing the end of their one-year empowerment program.
NASIMS’ Advice: No Profile Updates
NASIMS has given a key instruction to all beneficiaries. They are advised not to make any updates to their profiles on the new NASIMS Portal ssp.nasims.gov.ng.
This is because NASIMS is moving data from the old database in Abuja to the new portal. If updates are made during this process, it might lead to mistakes in the data, which could cause issues with the portal.
NASIMS’ Plan to Improve Management
NASIMS is working hard to make the management of the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) more efficient.
To do this, NASIMS has created the new Self Service Portal (SSP) with improved features. The aim is to make it easier for beneficiaries to use.
The Move to the New Portal
Moving to the new NASIMS Self Service Portal was a big step towards improving how users interact with the service and ensuring easy access to services.
But, some beneficiaries had problems getting onto the new portal, and some noticed mistakes in their profile data.
Issues Encountered by Beneficiaries
Some NPower beneficiaries had issues during the move to the new portal.
These issues included having trouble getting onto the new portal and finding mistakes in their profile data. This worried beneficiaries who were ready to use the new portal for their NPower Programme activities.
NASIMS’ Advice: No Profile Updates
To address the issues that came up during the move, NASIMS gave an instruction to all beneficiaries. They were advised not to make any updates to their profiles on the NASIMS Self Service Portal.
The reason for this is that the tech team at NASIMS is currently moving all the beneficiaries’ data from the old database in Abuja.
What’s Next: Data Move and Profile Updates
NASIMS has told beneficiaries that once the move is complete, all their old data will show up correctly on their NASIMS SSP profile page.
This means that any changes made by beneficiaries during the move might not show up correctly, leading to potential mistakes in their profiles.
Be Patient: Making the Portal Fully Workable
NASIMS understands the worries of beneficiaries and has asked them to be patient while the tech team finishes the move successfully. This is important to make sure that the new portal works smoothly and provides a good user experience for all NPower beneficiaries.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Why should NPower beneficiaries not update their profiles in the new NASIMS Portal?
A: NASIMS is currently moving data from the old database in Abuja. If profiles are updated during this move, it may cause mistakes in the data, which could lead to issues with the portal.
Q: Did beneficiaries face any specific issues during the move?
A: Yes, some beneficiaries had trouble getting onto the new portal and found mistakes in their profile data.
Q: What is the purpose of the new NASIMS Self Service Portal?
A: The new portal aims to make management easier and give beneficiaries an easy way to access important services related to the NPower Programme.
Q: How long will the move take?
A: NASIMS is working hard to finish the move as soon as possible. Beneficiaries are asked to be patient during this time.
Q: Once the move is complete, how can beneficiaries access their updated profiles?
A: Beneficiaries can log in to the NASIMS Self Service Portal with their login details to access their updated profiles and use the services offered