N-Power: What You Should about FAILED Transaction and No Payment Data Available

If you have a challenge involving failed transaction and no payment data available, the follow the new directive given by the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) on how to resolve this problem.

For those who have this challenge, NASIMS has redirected Batch C Stream 1 Npower beneficiaries who observed FAILED Transaction or No BVN Data on their NASIMS Profile Payrol Section to utilise the Official Npower page in order to obtain an immediate resolution of their issues.

As contained in an official statement by NASIMS on Friday, the Npower Management stated, “For issues of ‘FAILED Transaction’ or ‘No Payment Data Available’, visit Npower Page and provide your Account Details under the comment section of the last post published for collation and resolution.”

The new directives followed complaints by the Npower Batch C Stream 1 beneficiaries who complained that they were unable to contact NASIMS through the official help lines.

In a bid to ensure the resolution of all issues that have stood against the payment of the beneficiaries, the National Social Investment Management System has continued to avail possible channels which would shorten the delay time in crediting the Bank Accounts of all eligible beneficiaries.

 

Easiest way to locate last post on Official Npower Page and Submit your Bank Account Details

 

  1. Open Npower last Post on collation and resolution.

 

Note: The Post was made exactly on 10th Nov, 2021.

 

  1. Open the comment section

 

  1. Type in your Npower ID, Bank Name, Account Name and Account Number

 

Example:

 

Npower ID: NPWR/***

 

Bank Name: FIRST BANK

 

Account Name: Abdul Taiwo Obikweku

 

Account Number: 3256784567

 

Similarly, the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has called for patience among the beneficiaries of the Batch C Stream 1 Npower Programme assuring that in no distant time, all eligible beneficiaries would receive their September Stipend as well as the October Stipends.

(myinfoclock.com)

 

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Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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