Direct link for Nasims Validation can be accessed below – this will help you validate your Npower Account on Nasims validation deadline day.
ENigeria Newspaper observes that the Nigerian government empowerment scheme tagged, N-Power, has called on all eligible Batch C2 beneficiaries to validate their account details on the organization’s website latest today, Friday, March 31, 2023.
In a statement made available to ENigeria Newspaper N-power spokesperson, Chinenye Nwaogu, disclosed the above instruction in Abia state, southeastern Nigeria, on Wednesday, March 29, 2023.
“In line with the deadline stated above, it is very important for the Npower batch C2 beneficiaries who are yet to validate their account details to do so to enable them to claim the payment of their stipends,” Nwaogu said.
“Failure to validate the account could prolong stipends payment for a beneficiary. Please, endeavor to complete the validation process before the closing date.”
The validation link was sent out in a message with instructions to batch C2 beneficiaries with invalid accounts on their payroll to enable them to get their account revalidated and possibly paid.
Npower Nasims account validation link message from Npower management
According to the validation message sent by Npower to Batch C2 N-Power Beneficiaries, state: “This is to notify you that we encountered issues validating the details you provided on your N-Power (NASIMS) profile. This could be due to error in data entry or in the case of your bank account, invalid/inactive account.
“Kindly use the link below to validate your BVN and account details to continue maintaining your status on the N-Power Program.
“Please if you do not have any issues with your payment, Npower Nasims Profile information, kindly ignore this.”
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Nasims Validation Link
Meanwhile, Newsone Nigeria had earlier reported that N-Power said that it is working to ensure that a backlog of beneficiaries’ stipends is cleared.
“Dear Graduate Beneficiaries, we hope that you have resumed your duties in your different Places of Primary Assignments (PPA),” N-Power tweeted.
“We are working tirelessly to ensure that beneficiaries’ stipends and those with backlogs are cleared,” N-Power said on Twitter.
N-Power’s assurance was in response to a recent protest by some beneficiaries over the nonpayment of their allowances.