The N-Power scheme was designed to curb the problem of unemployment in the country. The scheme was created by Buhari's administration and it has been a success. The N-Power program has really helped the country. The scheme has already had Batch A and Batch B, even though they have been exited, through the announcement made by the Ministry incharge of the scheme.
The Minister incharge of N-Power program, Sadiya Farouq said that they are preparing exit packages for the exited beneficiaries. The N-Power beneficiaries have received their June stipends, while the Batch B are also waiting for their July stipend, because both batches were not disengaged at the same month.
The Batch C beneficiaries will replace the exited batch A and B beneficiaries. The Batch C has already done the online registration which has been confirmed by the Minister and they are waiting for the next stage of the recruitment process. Before the Batch C comes on board they must take an online test.
The test should be on English and Current Affairs because the applied beneficiaries have different certificates, some studied engineering, computer science, microbiology and so on. The test should be on English because it's a general language in the country, while Current Affairs refers to what is happening or what has happened in the country. So the English and Current Affairs should be good to test the incoming beneficiaries.
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