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Police should arrest N-Power Beneficiaries if they protest for being disengaged [Opinion]

Npower Nigeria is a Federal government empowerment program that’s created to help fight the high rate of unemployment in Nigeria.

Npower was established in 2016 as part of the Buhari presidential campaign and also help to reduce unemployment in Nigeria Before these N-Power volunteers were recruited, there was an agreement between them and the government that they would be disengaged after the period of 2 years.

The N-power beneficiary during the campaign for the 2019 General election received a promise from the Federal Government that their PVCs were their tickets to permanent employment, demanding that they reelect President Mohammadu Buhari to gain sustainability of their program and perfection of the purpose of the program.

Previously, it was declared that some of the beneficiaries are campaigning and urging the follow beneficiaries, to start protesting in Abuja, it was alleged that some disengaged volunteers either to take to various street despite the knowing that he was an agreement initially. We should also know that disengaging them will warrant the recruiting of new volunteers.

The volunteers plan to flood the city of Abuja to protest their sudden disengagement from the N-power program amidst Coronavirus pandemic without a detailed exit plan or exit package.

as a matter of fact, my opinion is that Nigeria police force should arrest any beneficiaries who try to protest for being of disengaged.this will help improving decency and discipline among citizens

The outgoing batch A and B, need to take everything in good faith.because the protest can cause more problems due to the pandemic coming together instead of keeping distances during the protest.

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