N-Power started back in 2016 as part of the federal governments effort to reduce the level of unemployment in the country, this was initiated by the last administration but fully implemented under the current administration of president Muhammadu Buhari. Before these N-Power volunteers were recruited, there was an agreement between them and the government that they would be disengaged after a period of 2 years.
Recently, it was alleged that some disengaged volunteers are campaigning and urging there fellow volunteers to start protesting either online, or to take to various streets despite knowing that there was an agreement initially. We should also know that disengaging them will warrant the recruiting new volunteers.
As a result of that, the Nigerian police should arrest any volunteer who protest for being disengaged. This will help in improving morality and discipline among citizens.
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