N-Power | The Effect Of Late PPA Enrollment

This is very important for all deployed N-Power Batch C beneficiaries because it will help you to know how to avoid disqualification and late payment of stipends. So read on! Read also
N-Power Set Date For Batch C Physical

What we meant by late PPA enrollment is simply a situation whereby a deployed N-Power beneficiaries refused to complete his or her deployment process on time. The deployment process of an N-Power Volunteer starts from physical verification, the printing of deployment letter, reporting at PPA for acceptance letter signing by personnel at your PPA, and finally uploading your signed acceptance letter on the nasims portal dashboard. All these are the process that complete the deployment process.
There are however negative effects should a volunteer refuse to meet up with this exercise. The effect is as followed:

N-Power Deployment – The Effect Of Late PPA
1. Failure for an N-Power Volunteer to meet up with completion of deployment exercise at the stipulated period of the exercise may lead to incomplete stipends payment. That is, a volunteer may likely begin to get an allowance base on the month of enrollment. If your month of enrollment is October 2021, your stipends will likely begin in that month.

2. Failure to complete your enrollment exercise can lead to disqualification. You might be replaced because many other applicants are waiting on the list so endeavor to complete your deployment exercise.

This analysis was based on what the previous Batches went through during their enrollment exercise. Since the batch C Programme has new management, they might handle the enrollment exercise differently though.

So as an N-Power batch C beneficiary, make sure you follow the deployment exercise to the letter to avoid any of the listed things above.

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