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    N-power denies collecting money to register beneficiaries in Kogi

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    By Olu Samuel, Lokoja

    The Kogi State office of N-Power has distanced it’s self from news making the round that they are collecting money from N-Power Batch C, stream II beneficiaries to sign and stamp their deployment letter.

    Kogi N-Power Program Officer, Ustaz Sadiq Hamid disclosed this in a statement Sunday on behalf of the Kogi State focal person, National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) Prince Abdulkareem Onyekehi Suleiman.

    The statement noted that, anyone parading themselves as desk officers and charging beneficiaries of N200 and N500 each for signing or stamping of their deployment letters will be arrested and handed over to the appropriate authorities for prosecution.

    The statement reads in part, “
    This is to notify all the beneficiaries of N-Power Batch C, Stream II that there is NO charge or fee attached for signing and stamping of deployment letters!

    “The N-Power Kogi State office wishes to dissociate itself from ANYONE parading themselves as desk officers and charging beneficiaries of N200 and N500 each for signing or stamping of their deployment letters.

    “Beneficiaries are by this notice that we have repeatedly warns that NPower registration, online test, physical verifications and deployments are totally free of charge, hence beneficiaries are advised to report anyone requesting money or fee to sign their letters under the guise of desk officers or any identity either as a staff of NSIP, Local Government Areas, National Youth Service Corp, (NYSC) HEAD OF PPA to NSIP Office. Whoever is caught in such act shall be reported to the relevant authorities”.

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