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|N-Power:Senate Intervenes As Beneficiaries Protest, Give Update On Permanency by Gabbyrabby: 10:44am On Jul 17, 2020|
The senate President, Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan has on Thursday being 16th July 2020 intervened on behalf of Nigerian government a peaceful protest staged by Npower beneficiaries over the news of disengagement by the minister in charge of Npower, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farooq without “enhancement scheme” earlier promised.
Beneficiaries who embarked on peaceful protest from eagle square to National Assembly in Abuja carried various placards with different inscriptions such as, “We Cannot Go Back To Streets To Start All Over”, ” We Have Families Who Depend On The N30,000 Monthly Stipend; How Do We Survive Now?”, “Nigerian Graduates Are The Future Of Nigeria. Treat Them Better”, ” If You Can Pay Bokoharam, Militants N65,000 Monthly since 2012 uninterrupted, Why Can You Pay Law Abiding Nigerians N30,000 Monthly? “, ” You Promised Us Enhancement Scheme Before 2019 Election, Why Do You Want To Do The Opposite “, ” Don’t Force Us To Cause Unrest” “Give Us Permanent Jobs”, ” Your Children Are In CBN, FIRS, & Other Juicy Offices But See Us Battling With Npower N30, 000?” “Nigeria Has More Than Enough Money To Pay Us” … among other placards too numerous to capture.
Reacting to the protesters, Senate President Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan, asked them to come back next week Thursday being 23rd July 2020 for table negotiation.
Speaking further, the senate President, Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan commended the protesters for maintaining the rules of “social distance” despite their anger stressing that necessary steps would be taken not throw them back to the streets. Earlier, the spoken person of the protesters Mallam Muhammed A, thanked the senate Leader, Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan for giving them attention adding that though it is not a speech making day but all they want is permanent jobs as promised by the federal government from the beginning.
He emphasized that government plot to disengage them without “enhancement scheme ” is a call for social evils such as stealing, kidnapping, and of course high rate of unemployment. Muhammad told Senate President that the excuse flying around that batches A and B Npower beneficiaries have to be disengaged for batch C to come in is a plot by Enemies of Buhari’s government to truncate his most adored “legacy” of addressing unemployment pointing that the coming of batch C has nothing to do with federal government’ s earlier promised of permanency as he added that the programme can even be expanded to have upto batch A to Z.
While exchanging pleasantry with the Senate president and some of his colleagues, a meeting has been scheduled for negotiation come Thursday next week(Read full details)
|Re: N-Power:Senate Intervenes As Beneficiaries Protest, Give Update On Permanency by teadrake(m): 10:49am On Jul 17, 2020|
Children of the politicians are employed in CBN, FIRS,NNPC, NCDC and ordinary 30k job citizens will still suffer to benefits. This life no balance at all. Is currently at unstable equilibrium.
|Re: N-Power:Senate Intervenes As Beneficiaries Protest, Give Update On Permanency by murphyrichy(m): 11:49am On Jul 17, 2020|
This is not fair, they need to do something meaningful for them.
|Re: N-Power:Senate Intervenes As Beneficiaries Protest, Give Update On Permanency by BrightAhiah(m): 2:14pm On Jul 17, 2020|
This is Nigerian where lies has become the order of the day
|Re: N-Power:Senate Intervenes As Beneficiaries Protest, Give Update On Permanency by Sam0(m): 3:42pm On Jul 17, 2020|
They were told their permanency depends on the re-election of Mr president which they voted for him now they have to beg for what they were promised
|Re: N-Power:Senate Intervenes As Beneficiaries Protest, Give Update On Permanency by Haywhymido(m): 6:27pm On Jul 17, 2020|
Buhari and Osinbajo don wayo una
|Re: N-Power:Senate Intervenes As Beneficiaries Protest, Give Update On Permanency by Naijasurveys(f): 10:05pm On Jul 17, 2020|
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|Re: N-Power:Senate Intervenes As Beneficiaries Protest, Give Update On Permanency by okefrancis: 11:45pm On Jul 17, 2020|
Haywhymido:Pls think responsibly
|Re: N-Power:Senate Intervenes As Beneficiaries Protest, Give Update On Permanency by CalebLebsco56(m): 2:23am On Jul 18, 2020|
Youths are jobless in this country...Nigerian youths are resilient and hardworking..but no job...Nigerian youths want to work, hussle and pay their needs but no means.......after graduating fron school no work....govt should implement a compulsory skill or entreprenuer for youths and students from secondary to higher institution to curb unemployment
|Re: N-Power:Senate Intervenes As Beneficiaries Protest, Give Update On Permanency by Haywhymido(m): 8:57am On Jul 18, 2020|
okefrancis:shut your mouth fool! na today them dey fool una. Buhari led administration promised Nigerians especially N power beneficiaries heaven and earth during his second campaign but didnt fulfil it and you are here saying gibberish. Guess you are a BMC right? The only reason the wrath of God wont fall you and Buhari and his administration is if he is dealing with us all justly
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