It's no longer news that the application for the Federal government Npower empowerment job is currently going on across the country. It was disclose recently that over four million Nigerians have applied for the job as against 400,000 only that will be selected after successful application.
Npower empowerment program is federal government job creation scheme that was lunched at the inception of president Muhammadu Buhari's administration. Not less than 500,000 Nigerians have benefitted in the programme since it got initiated.
Away from that, the government has maintained that the Nopower job is not a permanent job, as such beneficiaries shall be disengage subsequently to allow others benefit from the scheme. The batch A and B who were the initial beneficiaries of the npower programme will exit the job in due time to allow the next recruited batch benefit.
As the application for batch C started, it appears clear that the batch will be succeeding the exiting batch A and B of Npower job.
In the view of the above statements, this article stand to recommend and suggest that the 400,000 applicants to be selected as beneficiaries of batch C should be the permanent beneficiaries of the Npower job.
We all know that the batch A and batch B all served for two to three year before exiting the Npower job now, but the Federal government should consider something against that. The federal government should make all successful applicants of batch C the permanent beneficiaries of the Npower job as against the earlier batches who are on the verge to exit the programme.
The next volunteers should be recruited on the agreement of permanent job. The young and vibrant youths of a country deserve the best job offer not always a temporary job or micro loan to start peanut business.
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