FNPF members who applied for Phase 2 Round 5 of COVID relief assistance will receive their payment today

FNPF members who applied for Phase 2 Round 5 of COVID relief assistance will receive their payment today

By Naveel Krishant
Wednesday 05/05/2021

Fiji National Provident Fund members who applied for Phase 2 Round 5 of the COVID-19 relief assistance will receive their payment today.

Chief Operating Officer, Pravinesh Singh confirms there have been issues with their system being slow and this has caused a delay in the payment for these members.

Singh says the issues have been resolved and they have put in place measures that will ensure that it is not repeated with future payments.

He has apologised to members for the delay in the release of their Cycle 3 payment but assures members they should be able to access their funds today.

The payment scheduled for yesterday affects members whose Phase 2 Round 5 applications have been approved up to 29th April 2021.



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