Only 907 of the 14,021 N-Power volunteers who left received allowances – Beneficiaries
Some volunteers who came out of the N-Power program alleged that the government paid only 907 out of 14,021.
According to the expert, Comrade Ridwan, former volunteers who have applied to the Federal Department of Humanitarian Affairs, Social Security and Human Development have paid them five months of payment.
Ridwan regretted that his facts were involved with the 9,066 numbers released by the media on Friday.
In a statement to its permanent secretary, Bashir Alkali, the agency said the government would do so in March. Reported 14,021 volunteers to the Financial Information Management System (GIFMIS), causing a flaw. He saw.
The report states that the beneficiaries have multiple accounts and other payments, such as permanent employment from various government agencies, agencies and the private sector. organizations (MDAs) or participate in other activities in the N-Power Volunteer Program. Leaders can break the law and end up with great oppression and corruption.
He also said: “The agency, in partnership with the key government MDA, has completed a study that reported that to date, 9,066 volunteers have been approved for payment. final. ”
But Ridwan accused the operation of paying 907 victims later on Monday to avoid protests in Abuja, “and then the payment was postponed.”
He argued that not all beneficiaries received full payment.
Ridwan said: “We were shocked, disappointed and upset to learn that the accusation was paid only to 907, which is only 6% of all beneficiaries, not 9066. good bill.People benefit as requested by Ministry.In its announcement.
“We are dedicated to the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs’s special and late payment of 11 months when our bank records are submitted to the Ministry of Psychiatry to verify our five months. Financially, we are all in a difficult situation. ”
However, the beneficiaries have asked Minister Sadia Omar Farooq to investigate the complaint and pay for the remaining 13,411 accounts of the beneficiaries.
Leave a Reply