How *45665# NSIP USSD Code Works For Technical Support

Last Updated on November 23, 2021 by Ope Quadri

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development during the official onboarding process of batch c stream 1 also announced that NSIP secured USSD code for the beneficiaries for technical support.

Sadiya Farouq stated that beneficiaries who have issues can dial a secured N-Power USSD code *45665#  to get technical support.

She said shortcode is to ensure that the challenges of communication are addressed as it relates to limitations on information flow and internet access across the country.

How does the NSIP code work?

InfomediaNG, put the code to test and we discovered that it’s a communication code secured through the Nigerian Communication Communication (NCC) in conjunction with major mobile network providers.

If you dial the code, you’d get a popup message “welcome to NSIP service. Select the programme from the list below”

The code supports the following subsidiaries of the National Social Investments Programme:

  1. N-Power
  2. GEEP
  3. HGSFP
  4. S4J

N-Power is designed to reduce the rate of unemployment among Nigerian youths, it started in 2016, and the enrolment process of the batch C is ongoing. Beneficiaries would be paid N30,000 as monthly stipends.

For the batch c stream 1 to use the *45665#  code, select “1” where you would be required to enter your Bank Verification Number (BVN)

Select your selection status

GEEP

GEEP means Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme. It’s a micro-lending intervention for artisans, enterprising youth, traders, farmers and market women by making available for them interest-free loans between 10,000 and 100,000.

HGSFP

HGSFP means Home Grown School Feeding Programme (HGSF). It targets primary school pupils for free and balanced feeding in order to increase school enrollment.

S4J

S4J means Skills For Job. It is aimed at increasing the level of skill acquisitions among Nigerian youth so as to reduce unemployment.

All the aforementioned programmes can be accessed using the NSIP USSD code

3 thoughts on “How *45665# NSIP USSD Code Works For Technical Support”

  1. Jacob Oluwatosin,I have an issue with my account says account number names do not match the name on dashboard,I can not be able to verify my account, please help me

  2. Type here..I am one of successful applicant who have gone through the n power process successfully,but yet I have not receive my deployment letter on dashboard,I hope there is nothing missing?

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