28 Feb 2021

26 Feb 2021

N-Power: Date For N-EXIT Loan Disbursement

What we know at the moment is that the management of N-Power N-EXIT has not come out publicly to state the exact date for the nexit loan disbursement. So until then, we advise all those concerned to remain calm and wait patiently for an official statement from N-Power or the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs regarding the next stage of the N-EXIT Scheme.
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25 Feb 2021

N-Power: Volunteers To Carry Out Peaceful Demonstrations 8th March, 2021

Prospective N-Power N-EXIT beneficiaries released a new statement, stating that they will be occupying Nigerian streets on March 8, 2021 to demand quick implementation of their exit package.
According to the latest discussion circulating on various discussion forums, the demonstration will continue until their demands are met. They said we will not succumb to their delaying tactics which have left them redundant for over six months now. "We will remain on the streets until Federal Government meets our demands" they said. 
They went further to list their demands as follows:
1. Confirm those selected for a job with appointment letters.
2. Disburse funds to those selected for loans.
According to them, the N-EXIT portal registration can never take up to 3 months for only registration if not for the Government's tricks to keep delaying the destinies of Nigerian youths. We are determined to fight for our futures, Nigeria is our country, we deserve the best in our fatherland.
They said why will registration of 500,000 beneficiaries take more than 3months for only registration, while online registration for 3,000,000 Nigerians can possibly take 3 weeks. As a result of the above, the volunteers have called on all the batch A&B beneficiaries and the proposed batch C to unanimously hit the Nigerian streets on the 8th March 2021 Nationwide 10,000,000, man, ceaseless demonstrations. "We call on beneficiaries in Abuja proximity states to join us in the ongoing protest in Abuja". They added.
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24 Feb 2021

Some N-Power Volunteers Claim To Have Recieved ₦300,000

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N-Power Volunteers To Recieve A Minimum of ₦300,000 Depending On Business Type

As the 500,000 exited N-Power volunteers are still expecting a positive response from the Federal Government concerning a favorable exit package, there are things you should know about the N-EXIT Loan before the disbursement commence.
1) The N-EXIT loan Is not a Palliative nor a Grant, It Is a Loan.
2) Over 500,000 N-Power volunteers will be empowered with N-EXIT soft loans needed to pursue their businesses, according to Sadiya Umar Farouq.
3) The N-EXIT Loan is a partnership between the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and CBN to empower the Exited N-Power batches A and B Volunteers.
4) Fund has been budgeted and in due time, each N-Power volunteer will get a minimum of ₦300,000 depending on the type of business, according to the Minister. 
5) The N-EXIT loan disbursement will start soon! N-Power Volunteers who are yet to register at the N-EXIT Portal should do so before the portal closes.
The Honourable Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Umar Farouq was Recently interviewed on Channels TV and she reassured the 500,000 exited N-Power volunteers of the Federal Government's commitment to giving them a reasonable exit package. 
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23 Feb 2021

N-Power: N-EXIT or Batch C

Prospective N-Power batch C volunteers and N-EXIT Applicants ponder on the Programme to first commence between N-EXIT and N-Power batch C.
It could be recalled that before the disengagement of the N-Power batches A and B, the plan was already on the ground to transit them into other Federal Government opportunities. Arrangements were also made to bring in new labour force into the N-Power Programme.
To make the new recruitment possible, the Ministry in charge had to let the batches A and B go into a new empowerment scheme called N-EXIT as their exit package so that new N-Power volunteers can be recruited for batch C (third batch). That was perfectly done and batches A and B N-Power volunteers were exited which led to the reopening of the application portal for the recruitment of new applicants in 2020.
All these happened in June and July 2020. The N-Power batch A was exited in June while batch B was exited in July followed by the recruitment for batch C N-Power volunteers in the month of June 2020. The question which applicants of both N-EXIT and N-Power batch C are asking now is, which of the scheme will commence first? As the applicants ponder around all these, let us all hope that the Ministry in charge does all that is required to put a smile on the faces of all parties involved in this search for better empowerment opportunities.
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22 Feb 2021

N-Power: For 8 Months We Have Not Received Stipend

"When will 'Neixt' for NPOWER volunteers become real..? For 8 months we have not received stipend, for 8 months has the minister of humanitarian affairs not received salary? We shall overcome!" a concerned N-Power Volunteer laments.
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THINGS TO DO WHILE EXPECTING N-EXIT LOAN DISBURSEMENT

While the N-EXIT empowerment options is undergoing processing, we think it will be nice for prospective N-Power beneficiaries of the N-EXIT scheme to take time to prepare ahead what their plans are.
In this article, we will be sharing with you three (3) things you should be doing while you await for the N-EXIT empowerment programme.

1. Plan ahead: As a N-EXIT applicant or prospective beneficiary, you should be able to start developing business ideas of what you must do with whatever financial support that may come to you from FMHADMSD/CBN N-EXIT empowerment.
We know that some of you are already business owners, but for those of you who are still thinking of a business to start, this is the time to start making research to find more about the line of business you would love to go into (example Mobile money/SANEF, Agriculture, E-Commerce, etc).
2. Self Development: While waiting for N-EXIT opportunity to start, you should find time to learn new skills on your own by so doing, the stress of waiting for the programme which is taking time to commence will shorten and by the time the programme commences fully, you would then have learned a new skill that will serve as an added advantage in helping you succeed in your business. You can learn skills such as:
Digital Marketing
Social Media Management
Video editing
Content creation
With these, you would have learned how to sell your product to the ever-growing online community
3. Stay fit: Staying fit is very important at this point in time. As the saying goes "Good health is wealth". Engage in physical activities like exercise, eat healthily, and stay focus. Do not forget to also observe covid-19 preventive measures.
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20 Feb 2021

WHO ARE NSIP INDEPENDENT MONITORS?

We have seen some of you asking questions on who the NSIP Independent Monitors are?. So we decided to create this post to shed more light on who NSIP independent monitors are.
NSIP independent monitors are people appointed or Selected by the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, disaster management and social development to supervise/monitor activities of the National Social Investment Programme in all the 774 LGA‘s in the country (they will be the eyes and ears for NSIP in all of the NSIP programmes). 
The Independent Monitors will monitor the NSIP Programmes at the community level. They will be assigned to monitor programme beneficiaries within their locality in schools, households and market clusters with the focus of ensuring that the primary objectives of programmes such as N-Power, GEEP, CCT and NHGSFP are achieved.
Unlike N-Power Recruitment that is done via an online registration portal, the NSIP Independent Monitors recruitment is done by FMHDSD or SIP in states by appointment or Selection. They probably engage independent monitor firms to help them hire capable hands with technical knowledge and train them on how to do the job for the Ministry.
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19 Feb 2021

IS ₦300,000 N-EXIT LOAN FEASIBLE?

A lot has been said this few days regarding the rumor circulating online that the Nexit loan figure for Applicants is ₦300,000 and how feasible the ₦300,000 Nexit Loan might be. So we decided to create this post to open your eyes to reality.
The journey of becoming self-reliant by the Exited N-Power Volunteers did not start today, it started long ago and now that the opportunity for them to achieve what they have been clamoring for will be provided through the Nexit options, it will be good if perfectly implemented.
₦300,000 is neither big nor small to be given to each N-EXIT applicant to start a business. In fact, there are already innovative entrepreneurs among the exited N-Power Volunteers who can handle more than a million to expand their business.
If the Nigeria youth Investment Fund NYIF and NMFB Covid-19 Loan Beneficiaries can get a loan offer that is more than a million, N-EXIT Applicants too should be considered for more as long as the criteria set are met. 
The Ministry in charge has already disclosed some of the N-EXIT package and the strategies to be used for the N-EXIT Applicants to get the package via the N-EXIT options which will all depend on the package you allotted/Selected by the applicant. So for all those asking questions, there is no need to panic let us just hope for the best.
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N-Power Yobe: FG Trains Independent Monitors On NSIP

Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management has organised a one day training for independent monitors of the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) in Yobe state.
The Minister of the Ministry Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq said a total of 124 independent monitors will be trained on how to oversee various interventions of the federal government at the community levels.
Farouq represented by a Director from the ministry Hauwa Gadzama stated that the National Social Investment Programme created by the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari to lift citizens out of poverty was transferred to the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs in 2019 for proper coordination hence the need for monitors for success.
“Today we are training Independent Monitors that will monitor the programme at the community level.
“The Independent monitors will be assigned to monitor programme beneficiaries within their locality in schools, households, and market clusters with focus of ensuring that the primary objectives of these programmes are achieved,” the minister said.
Farouq who stated that the training will acquaint them with the schedule of duties also stated that the ministry will ensure regular training and guidance for effective monitoring within the community assigned.
“You will be closely supervised by officials of the ministry and your activities will also be monitored by the ministry and other stakeholders at the state level,” she said.
The state NSIP Coordinator Alhaji Mohammed Yusufari while speaking said in Yobe state, the programme has impacted positively in creating a source of livelihood to many unemployed graduates among other benefiting people.
Yusufari said the programme including NPOWER, national Home-Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP), Conditional Cash Transfer programme among other federal interventions have impacted positively in the lives of the people in Yobe state.
https://leadership.ng/fg-trains-independent-monitors-on-national-social-investment-programme-in-yobe/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
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N-Power Yobe: FG Trains 124 Monitors For National Social Investment Programme

The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management and Social Development has organised a one day training to 124 independent monitors for the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP).
Speaking while flagging off the training in Damaturu on Thursday, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Umar Farouq disclosed that the monitors would oversee various intervention programmes of the federal government at the community level in the state.
Established by Buhari led administration, the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) is targeted at empowering unemployed Nigerians and uplifting the lives of poor and vulnerable citizens in the country.
She said the training was aimed at preparing the monitors to their responsibilities, and ensuring that cardinal objectives of these programmes are achieved. 
“The independent monitors would be assigned to monitor the programmes in their locality, such as school, health post and market clusters” 
Represented by an official in the ministry, Hauwa Gadzama,  the minister noted that about 13 million people have so far benefitted from the social investment programmes in Nigeria.
According to her such programmes comprised of Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT), Home Grown School Feeding, Npower as well as Government Enterprise Empowerment Programme (GEEP).
https://deserttrain.home.blog/2021/02/18/fg-trains-124-monitors-for-national-social-investment-programme-in-yobe/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
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N-Power: FG Engages 5000 Independent Monitors

The Federal Government has engaged 5000 independent monitors to verify disbursement running into billions of Naira made to Nigerians under the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP).
Out of this number, 195 monitors were selected from Lagos. The monitors have begun a two week training programme.
NSIP created by President Muhammadu Buhari in 2016 with the mandate of lifting citizens out of poverty warehouses a number of social interventions which include the job creation programme – NPower, National Home Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP), Conditional Cash Transfer Programme (CCT) and the Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP).
Tradermoni, Marketmoni, Farmermoni, special grant transfer, public workfare and skills for jobs are all under these programmes.
Also, a Unified National Social Register is to be inaugurated that will provide a database of all government intervention programmes, including the list of beneficiaries nationwide.
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouk said in Lagos Thursday, that 5000 independent monitors have been assigned to monitor programme beneficiaries within their schools, households and market clusters with the focus of ensuring that the primary objectives of the programmes were achieved.
Speaking through the Assistant Director, Research and Statistics, Mrs. Jumai Ali, the Minister said the scope of the programmes was large with 13 million citizens across the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory(FCT) benefiting from the Federal Government intervention. She also announced that the government will be working with the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFFC), Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) and security agencies to check monitors who may want to engage in mal practices.
In her address during the ceremony to onboard independent monitors for (NSIP), the Lagos Commissioner for Wealth Creation and Employment,Mrs Yetunde Arobieke said Tradermoni, Marketmoni, Farmermoni, NPower, conditional cash transfer, home grown schools feeding, special grant transfer, public workfare and skills for jobs, youth employment and social support operation and now rural women cash grant, have had remarkable impact, and improved the living conditions of rural women and taken more people out of poverty.
To address unemployment, Mrs Arobieke said the government established the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF).
The Commissioner, who is also the State Focus Person for NSIP said residents have benefited from cash support and relief materials.
https://thenationonlineng.net/fg-engages-5000-independent-monitors-for-npower-cash-transfer-programme-others/amp/
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18 Feb 2021

N-POWER TO BE MONITORED

About 13 million Nigerians are befitting from the Federal Government Social Intervention Programes, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hajia Sadiya Umar Farouq, has announced.


Speaking at the state level training for the onboarding of independent monitors for the National Social Investment Programmes held in Dutse, the state capital, Sadiya Farouq, said that the monitors would be assigned to their localities under the close watch of security and anti-graft agencies.


The minister was represented by the Director ICT in the ministry, Aminu Tukkur Bello explained that the ministry is working with all security and anti-graft agencies to ensure transparency, added that the scope of these programmes ate large, with about 13 million citizens across 36 states and FCT benefiting from the Federal Government Intervention.


Her words: – “We are also working with security agencies like the DSS, EFCC and ICPC to monitor these programmes. If you are found engaging in any form of malpractice or fraud, you will be handed over to them for investigation and prosecution”.


According to the Minister, the trained Independent Monitors are expected to monitor the programmes at the community level, stressed that they will be assigned to monitor programmes beneficiaries within their locality in schools, households, and market clusters with the focus of ensuring that the primary objectives of these programmes are achieved.


“The social intervention programmes expected to be monitored include N-Power, the Homegrown School Feeding Programme, Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes and government enterprise and empowerment programmes”.Said Sadiya.


Earlier speaking, the focal person of the program, Bala Usman Chamo, disclosed that 167 people benefited from the N5,000 monthly cash transfer in the state amounting to over N1.5billion, added that in the cause of conducting the program some hurdles was discovered and with the appointment of these monitors things will come as easy as possible.


Bala Chamo advised the appointed monitors to consider their appointment as service to humanity and serve as representatives of the federal government, as it has recognized your efforts in the SIP project and the Governor Badaru has much passion and interest for the development of the program.


Said he: – “Your appointment will enhance the implementation of SIP in the state and the program in Nigeria at large, considered your appointment as service to humanity”.

https://hotpen.net/2021/02/18/13million-nigerians-benefits-from-social-investment-program-sadiya-farouq/

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17 Feb 2021

N-Power: 2021 NSIP INDEPENDENT MONITORS TRAINING DATE ,INDUCTION AND VENUE

The Special Assistant, Media & Publicity to the Hon Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development “Nneka Ikem” stated today the 17th of February 2021 that the Training and induction of Independent Monitors for National Social Investment Programme begins nationwide. All selected Independent Monitors should check below their centers.
2021 NSIP INDEPENDENT MONITORS TRAINING DATE INDUCTION AND VENUE
Dear NSIP Independent Monitor, please choose a venue closest to you for training & induction:
Bauchi Cluster: Wednesday. 17th Feb. 2021. @Banquet Hall, Government House,Bauchi.
Katagum Cluster: Thursday, 18th Feb. 2021,
@Conference Hall, College of Education, Azare, Katagum LGA, Bauchi Time: 8am
Enugu State
Venue: Ascot Hotel, No. 9 Ezinihite Street,New Haven, Enugu.Date: 18-02-2021, Time: 9:00 AM.
Lagos
Venue: OSTRA HALLS & HOTEL Off Otunba Jobi Fele Way, opposite NNPC Gas Plant CBD, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.Date: 18th February, 2020.Time:Session One 10:00 AM; Session Two 2:30
YOBE
Venue: Yobe State Cultural Center
Date:18-02-2021
Time: 9:00 AM
Ekiti State
Venue: AB Hotel, Olora street, Off Adebayo Road, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State Date:18-02-2021 Time: 9:00 AM
Katsina State
Venue: Local Government Service Commission Auditorium Katisina State. Date: 18-02-2021 Time: 8:00 AM
Ebonyi state
Venue: Osborne Hotel, Abakaliki 10:00 AM Date: 17-02-2021 Venue: Min of Finance hall
Cross River state
Venue; Diamond hill by Governor office Calabar Time: 10:00 AM 19-02-2021
Oyo state
Date: Monday, 22nd February 2021 Venue: Ibadan Business School, Behind Davies Hotel Francis Okediji Street, Old Bodija, Ibadan. Time:10am
OGUN STATE
Venue: OBA’S COMPLEX, Governor’s Office , Oke- Mosan, Abeokuta Date: Tuesday, 23rd February 2021 Time: 10am
Jigawa State
Venue: Manpower Development Institute Dutse, Jigawa State. Date: 17-02-2021 Time: 10:00 AM
Osun State
Date: Friday 19th February 2021,
Venue: Local Government Service Commission Hall. Government Secretariat Abeere, Oshogbo. Time: 9:00am.
Ondo State
Date: Saturday 20th February, 2021 Venue: Blissworld Hotel, Ijapo, Akure, Ondo State. Time: 9:00am. Venue: TBD 10:00 AM
Anambra State
Date: Friday 19th February, 2021 @9:00am Venue: Finotel Hotel, Nnamdi Azikiwe Avenue, old Awka-Enugu express way by Eze-Uzu Junction , behind Juhel filling station , Agu-Awka.
Gombe State:
Date: Saturday 20th February, 2021 Venue: Banquet Hall, Government House, Gombe, Gombe State Time: 08:00am prompt.
Taraba State
Date: Monday 22nd February, 2021 Venue: Banquet Hall, Jalingo motel, Jalingo town, Taraba State Time: 08:00am prompt.
Delta State
Date: 18th February, 2021 Venue: UNITY Hall Government House Asaba.
Sokoto State
Venue: Sultan Maccido Quranic Institute Date: 18th February 2021 Time: 8am
Adamawa State
Venue: Nyako Center, State Secretariat Time:9am Date: 23-02-2021
Kwara State.
Venue: Fresh Hotel Ilorin Pate road Near Shoprite . Date: 18-02-2021 Time: 10:00 AM.
Kogi state
Date :20th February 2021 Venue :Government house hall Time 10AM
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N-Power: Fake News Please Disregard

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16 Feb 2021

N-POWER VOLUNTEERS TO GET ₦300,000 (Subject To Confirmation)

Contrary to the ongoing rumor that N-Power beneficiaries will only be given a sum of ten thousand naira also a POS machine as their exit package. The Honorable Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and disaster management Habits Sadiya Farouq had debunked the rumour. However, she has reaffirmed that some of the beneficiaries will get a sum of three hundred thousand naira (₦300,000) each as an exit package while few will be absorbed into the federal civil service.
Moreover, according to the information gotten from media, the disbursement was supposed to have commenced by February 10, but there was little delay due to inability of some beneficiaries to complete and update of their information on the nexit portal.
As a matter of fact, the source reiterated that a total of seventy five billion naira (75billion naira) has been set aside by the Presidency as exit package grant for N-Power volunteers.
Finally, February ending has been set as the deadline for the disbursement of the grant.
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13 Feb 2021

N-EXIT: No Update Given Regarding Next Stage

Registration of exited N-Power Volunteers which will grant exited N-Power batches A and B Beneficiaries access to benefit from CBN Empowerment options is still in its first stage after 25th weeks of the portal opening. A situation that demands lots of patients from the Applicants as they anticipate for the second stage of the nexit Scheme.
A few weeks ago, the Honorable Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, disaster management, and social development, Sadiya Umar Farouq stated that the Nexit loan Disbursement will commence soon and since then, no update has been given regarding the N-EXIT next stage.
In regards to the above, some of the applicants are now considering embarking on a protest to attract the attention of the government to fast track the N-EXIT Scheme implementation.
One thing we know for sure when it comes to N-Power Programme is that Applicants or Beneficiaries of the Programme have learned the act of patients because the process involved in bringing anything related to N-Power Programme to life takes time and demands a lot of patients.
The N-EXIT portal was launched last year on November 30th, 2020 and registration is still ongoing. The Nexit Applicants and the Prospective batch C Applicants are now anxiously waiting for the day to be enrolled into the Programme.
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N-EXIT: N-TEACH AS POS AGENTS (Subject To Confirmation)

Nexit programs...
1. 200,000 volunteers to be engaged as sanef agents.
2. 30,000 volunteers to be engaged as Agro enumerators
3. others to get GEEP loans.
source vanguard news today.
N-agro --as-- FMARDPACE ENUMERATORS
N-teach --as-- POS AGENT
N-health & Others--as-- GEEP LOANS
30,000 Exited Npower beneficiaries are already engaged as FMARDPACE ENUMERATORS across the country, 
Congratulations to Enumerators
Now Remain the 200,000 volunteers to be engaged as POS AGENT, While others Volunteers are going to benefit on GEEP LOANS
The first program that is SANEF scheme is a project powered by the Central Bank of Nigeria, Deposit Money Banks, Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement Systems, Chattered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria, Licensed Mobile Money Operators, and Shared Agents with the primary objective of accelerating financial inclusion in Nigeria.
2. The second exit strategy which is already being implemented is the deployment of former N-Agro beneficiaries for the Mass Agric programme as geospatial experts and enumerators. The goal is to engage the beneficiaries in the geo-mapping of farmlands and the enumeration of farmers, across the country for the programme.
3. Third programme for the former N-Power beneficiaries, a ministry official who explained the plan noted that the micro-enterprise initiative, the third programme under the exit strategy, is one where exited N-power beneficiaries are offered the option of applying for a proposed GEEP loan to fund their small businesses.
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11 Feb 2021

Minister Launch Of An Empowerment Portal In Collaboration With The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Part Of Achievements

It can boldly be said that no administration in the history of Nigeria has been as determined as the President Muhammadu Buhari Administration to leave behind a true legacy of commitment to the poorest and most vulnerable Nigerians. The first demonstration of this commitment manifested itself in the launch of the National Social Investment Programme, which has since 2016 grown to become the largest social welfare programme in Africa.
Another major demonstration of this commitment came in 2019, when the President created the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development (MHDSD). To take charge of this Ministry the President appointed Sadiya Umar Farouq, who was at the time the Federal Commissioner of the National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons (NCFRMI).
Since she was sworn in as Minister overseeing that very vital Ministry on August 21, 2019, Sadiya Umar Farouq has worked hard to translate into reality the President’s vision of lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty over the course of ten years.
At the time, nobody knew that the world was entering into a global pandemic that would see the greatest disruption to human existence in many decades, and would put so many lives and economies at great risk. With the benefit of hindsight, the presidential decision to create this Ministry has turned out to be a most apposite and foresighted move.
Since August 2019 the new Ministry has hit the ground running, pursuing its mandate and vision of ‘Service to Humanity’. As a new entity it has faced its teething challenges, but it has continued to rise beyond them. The Ministry is responsible for coordinating all of the humanitarian interventions of the Federal Government of Nigeria, and works with a wide range of stakeholders across the Government and the private sector, including local and international organisations and civil society organisations, to fulfil this mandate.
Under the leadership of Honorable Minister Umar Farouq, the Ministry has taken the Coronavirus pandemic not just as the unexpected challenge that it is, but also as an opportunity to deepen the foundations of the Federal Government’s humanitarian interventions, and to build poverty-alleviation systems that are truly resilient and responsive.
The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has the following agencies under its umbrella: National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons (NCFRMI), North East Development Commission (NEDC), National Agency for Prohibition and Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), National Commission for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD), and the Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals (OSSAP-SDGs).
In addition, there is the National Social Investment Programmes (NSIP), which has the following four components: Home-Grown School Feeding Programme (HGSFP); Job Creation Unit (N-Power); Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT); and the Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP).
The newest agency under the oversight of the Ministry is the National Commission for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD), established following Presidential assent to the establishment Bill by President Buhari in January 2019. It has since fallen upon Minister Sadiya Umar Farouq to operationalise the Commission, which she has successfully done by getting presidential approval for the constitution of the Commission’s inaugural Management Board.
In February 2020, a year ago, the President approved the constitution of a National Humanitarian Coordination Committee (NHCC), co-chaired by Minister Sadiya Umar Farouq, to liaise with law enforcement agencies to ensure improved security and also more efficient coordination of humanitarian interventions especially in the North East of the country. A year later H.M. Sadiya Umar Farouq was appointed by the President as Co-Chairperson (alongside the Minister of Education) of an 18-member Presidential Steering Committee on Alternate School Programme (ASP), established to target Nigeria’s out-of-school children with “an innovative and flexible approach-of-schooling.”
Recent achievements under her watch include the following: the announcement of one million new slots for the next Batch of the N-Power programme (Batch C); the launch of an Empowerment Portal in collaboration with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), for exiting N-Power beneficiaries in Batches A and B; the rollout of the Federal Government’s Special Cash Grant for Rural Women (125,000 rural women nationwide benefiting from a 20,000 one-off grant); and flag-off of the Rapid Response Register (RRR) which will enable COVID-19 cash transfers to Nigeria’s urban poor. Other milestones include the onboarding of 5,000 independent monitors for the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP), as part of efforts to improve transparency of implementation.
Specifically, during the first wave of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Ministry got approval from President Buhari for a 3-month moratorium on all GEEP loans (TraderMoni, MarketMoni, etc). The Ministry also secured presidential approval to Increase the number of GEEP beneficiaries by 1,000,000 and increase the beneficiaries of the Home-Grown School Feeding by 5,000,000.
The Ministry equally oversaw the distribution of tens of thousands of tonnes of food items from the National Strategic Grain Reserves, Nigeria Customs Service, and other sources, and has transparently detailed these interventions on its official website.
Also as part of Covid-19 intervention efforts, the Ministry collaborated with FCT, Ogun and Lagos States, as pilot States for the implementation of a modified version of the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme, involving a “Take Home Ration” given to parents and guardians of benefiting school children.
The work of the Ministry is a national one, every part of the country is being touched and impacted, in line with the President’s vision. And the testimonials keep rolling in. More than 109,000 Batch A and B beneficiaries of the N-Power Programme have gone on to establish thriving small businesses from their stipends. Millions of Nigerians have benefited and are benefiting from grants, loans, relief materials, jobs and other benefits. Nigeria is steadily entrenching an enduring culture of government-driven social welfare and investment, like the developed world.
The journey ahead is no doubt a long one, but it promises to be greatly rewarding and impactful, as Minister Sadiya Umar Farouq works to achieve the Buhari Administration’s vision of creating sustainable and inclusive social systems that promote human dignity in Nigeria.
(Olu Ojewande, 2021).
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9 Feb 2021

30,000 EXITED N-POWER VOLUNTEERS GETS FEDERAL GOVERNMENT JOB

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Alhaji Sabo Nanono, stated this on Monday, that the Federal Government has trained about 73,000 exited N-Power volunteers and 30,000 of them deployed to 774 local government areas as agric enumerators.
This was part of the minister's report on progress in the implementation of the Economic Sustainability Plan, ESP. of the Buhari Administration as Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, presides over a meeting of the Economic Sustainability Committee at the Presidential Villa.
They also reported that under the ESP a total of 5.4million farmers have now been enumerated to get the support under the plan.
He added that “for the enumeration which involved geospatial tagging, almost 73,000 N-Power volunteers were trained and 30,000 of them deployed to 774 Local Government Areas.
For the purposes of funding through the CBN, the minister disclosed that 2.9million of the farmers have had their BVN enrollment validated.
Also, according to him, the clearing of 3,200 hectares of land for farming is ongoing in several States including Edo, Plateau, Ekiti, Cross River, Ogun, Kaduna, Kwara, and Osun States while rural road constructions have reached about 28% completion covering 344km, linking about 500 markets across the country.
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4 Feb 2021

N-Power: Independent Monitors Will Monitor N-Power Program

UMAR FAROUQ KICKS OFF ONBOARDING OF 5000 INDEPENDENT MONITORS FOR SOCIAL INVESTMENT PROGRAMMES
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Sadiya Umar Farouq has flagged off the Onboarding of 5000 independent Monitors for the various National Social Investment Programmes. (NSIP)
The training programme commenced today at the NAF Conference Centre Abuja.
Speaking at the event in the FCT, Minister Sadiya Umar Farouq said that it is her expectation that the process will strengthen the implementation of the National Social Investment Programme in Nigeria as well as provide data for evidence-based decision making.
“The scope of these programmes are large with about 13 million citizens across 36 states and the FCT benefiting from the Federal Government Intervention. Today, we are flagging off the training of 5000 Independent Monitors who will monitor the programme at the community level. The Independent Monitors will be assigned to monitor programme beneficiaries within their locality in schools, households and market clusters with the focus of ensuring that the primary objectives of these programmes are achieved.
“While this is the initial training to get you acquainted with your schedule of duties, the Ministry will ensure that you continue to receive regular training and guidance for effective monitoring within the communities you are assigned. You will be closely supervised by officials of the Ministry and your activities will also be monitored by the Ministry and other stakeholders at the state level”.
The Minister charged the independent Monitors to carry out their responsibility with utmost diligence and sincerity adding that failure to adhere to the rules of engagement or any indulgence in irresponsible activities will be met with stiff penalties.
“Please be informed that the Ministry will not hesitate to take you off the Programme if you are found violating the terms of your engagement. We are also working with security agents, EFCC and the ICPC to monitor these programmes. If you are found engaging in any form of malpractice or fraud, you will be handed over to them for investigation and prosecution. I therefore urge you to carry out this task with a sense of patriotism as we all work towards the vision of Mr. President to lift 100 Million Nigerians out of Poverty in the next 10 years”.
Earlier, the Permanent Secretary Nura Alkali who was represented by the Director Humanitarian Affairs, Alhaji Ali Grema tasked the Prospective Independent Monitors to shoulder the responsibility of monitoring the National Social Investment Programmes in their various communities with diligence.
“The social investment programme is a flagship programme of the Administration of President Muhammadu Buhari and is meant to support the vulnerable citizens in the Society. I therefore employ you to pay attention and learn from the facilitators brought here to train you on the monitoring process and data collection tools you will use in monitoring these programmes”.
In a goodwill message, the FCT Director National Orientation Agency Mrs Mary Tanko urged the Independent Monitors to shun practices capable of bringing the monitoring process to disrepute.
The State Focal Person Mrs Chinwendu Eteyen- Amba thanked the federal government for the intervention programs to assist the vulnerable especially the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme which she said has increased enrollment in primary schools.
“The children who got promoted from primary 3 to Primary 4 do not want to go to the next class because of the food. I implore the Honourable Minister to please seek to extend the Programme to the senior primary school pupils and secondary school students to lure them to school. We have also recorded an influx in school enrollment and attendance because of the school feeding Programme”.
The selected independent monitors will be based at the community level and will conduct monitoring activities within their locality including schools, households and market clusters.
They are expected to monitor and report on the implementation of the Social investment Programmes at the State level on a regular basis including the National Home-Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP), N-Power, Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP) and the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) Programme.
The training is a follow up on an intensive two week-workshop and review at the National level by the Monitoring and Evaluation Committee setup by the Ministry to develop a Framework and Data Collection Tools for effective monitoring process.
Other dignitaries who attended the flag off include the Director Finance and Administration NSIP Mallam Abdullahi Musa Yusuf, Director Special Needs Mrs Nkechi Onwukwe, the SAP and Special Technical Assistant to the Honourable Minister on NSIP Dr Umar Bindir, SAP NSIP Dr Mohammed Nasir Mahmoud and staff of the Ministry and the FCT.
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SA MEDIA
04-02-2021
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N-Power: On-boarding of 5000 Independent Monitors Flags Off Today

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3 Feb 2021

N-EXIT: Exited N-Power Volunteers Laments

Exited N-Power volunteers lament over delay on N-EXIT transition plan whose registration started last year 2020 ending, as other applicants struggle to get registerered for the N-EXIT Scheme.
Those who are owed backlog payment are also lamenting and waiting anxiously for the ministry in charge to effect payment. According to report, about 140000 exited N-Power volunteers are owed backlogs.
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