PHOTONEWS: N-Power Beneficiaries Storm Abuja Over Unpaid Stipends, Demand Removal Of Minister

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

N-Power beneficiaries from the 36 Nigerian States have stormed Abuja over unpaid stipends.

The beneficiaries also demanded the immediate removal of minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Farouq.

They have not been paid their stipend for three months which necessitated the protest Thursday.

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