The N-Power scheme has really helped the country. Since the creation of the scheme, there have been two batches which is Batch A and Batch B, which have been exited according to the announcement made by the Ministry incharge.
The N-Power scheme was created by the Buhari's administration, inorder to reduce the percentage of unemployment in the country. The N-Power program has employed over 400,000 beneficiaries. It was created to employ the unemployed youths in the country and get them engaged.
The N-Power scheme is under the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development of Nigeria which is headed by Minister Sadiya Farouq. According to the Ministry incharge, Batch A and B exited the program on June and July respectively. Thereby giving chance for the incoming Batch C beneficiaries , online application of the Batch C beneficiaries has already been done and they are waiting for the next stage.
The incoming Batch C beneficiaries should take note, that they must be unemployed citizens of the country because the scheme is only for the unemployed ones. If an individual have a job already, it's not wise to still commence in the recruitment process because the system might bring the individual out or withhold the stipend of the individual. Every account is linked with Bank Verification Number (BVN) which might be used to remove those already collecting monthly payment from another company. So N-Power program is only for the unemployed citizens of the country.
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