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N-Power: NGF, FEC Presently Discussing Recipient’s Mode Of Transition

Reports from Flashywap states that on Wednesday, the 36-state representatives of N-Power volunteers and as well as the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) stated ‘Our transition mode is currently being discussed’ by the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) and the Federal Executive Council (FEC).

In a declaration signed by the National President of N-Power Recipients, Kabiru Aliyu Pelemi,

reported by Flashywap, the outgoing beneficiaries of the renowned scheme are requested to ignore any call for protests with regard to their delayed transition.

Remember that on June 30, after four years in the renowned scheme, Batch A recipients left the N-Power program,

while their Batch B counterparts officially left on July 31 – after two years.

In the meantime, concerning their exit/transition package, these Nigerian youths are presently in the dark.

The statement by the 36 States and FCT N-Power Representatives’ Forum read, “It came to my notice, the report of false protest,

allegedly scheduled to take place tomorrow (Thursday) in Abuja, using my name as the chairperson of the protest.”

I wish to say factually that no such directive was issued by the 36 States and FCT Npower Volunteers Representatives.

We did not obtain any permission from the Nigerian Police either.

“Please, as you have recently seen in the media, the Governors’ Forum is currently

discussing our pattern of transition in connection with the Federal Executive Council (FEC).”

‘N-Power Reps Forum Participated on Tuesday with the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs PS’

The declaration added:

A few of our representatives were equally involved yesterday (Tuesday) with the Permanent Secretary (PS),

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the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, on how to accelerate the process of transition.

“Please, for now, ignore any purported call for protest. It is just propaganda from the media.

Let’s give the government the advantage of having comprehensive engagement for a few more weeks, after which you will hear from us.

“Stay safe. Victoria Ascerta, Aluta Continua

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