“Mustapha Kabir Soron Dinki, a Nigerian social analyst, has stated that”
increasing the salary and age of retirement of teachers is less relevant than
changing the 500, 000 N-Power participants to survive long term,”
Minister of Education of the West African nation, Adamu Adamu, stated that the federal
government’s decision to implement the new salary measure for teachers all over the
country was essential because of the need to promote service efficiency and productivity.
The specified duration of teacher service have been increased from 35 to 40 years, he stated.
But Dinki, who was an N-Power beneficiary, responding to the change through his
official Twitter page, stated that the Buhari’s government is not doing enough to ‘positively touch the lives of all and all.’
As a government,the best thing to do is something that will positively touch the life of all.Increasing teachers’ salary and retirement age is less important than transitioning the 500 thousand Npower volunteers to continue surviving @Sadiya_farouq @FMHDSD @MBuhari @Npower_Reps pic.twitter.com/eArlwUU2il
— MK S Dinki (@DinkiMk) October 5, 2020
Recipients of Ousted Batch A and B-Nervous Towards Transition of N-Power
The recipients of Exited Batch A and B of the N-Power program of the Federal Government
are curious about what their promised transition involves.
Nothing substantive has been declared, although Nigeria ‘s Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs,
Disaster Management and Social Development introduced an ongoing initiative in August to
guarantee that qualified N-Power recipients are integrated into government programs.
“We have directed Focal Persons of National Social Investment Programmes in the states to
submit an updated list of the exited N-Power beneficiaries that are interested in
participating in the transition plans of the ministry,” at the time, Minister Sadiya Farouq was
speaking via Nneka Anibeze, her Special Media aide.