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Important Informaton for N-Power 2017 Beneficiaries

N-power Nigeria Recruitment News Updates

Important Information for N-Power 2018 Beneficiaries: The authorities of N-Power, a Federal Government empowerment initiative, has today released Useful Information for 2018 beneficiaries. The message highlight some vital details all shortlisted candidates who have successfully onboarded themselves and were selected for deployment.

Here is the message released on its official Facebook page. Focal Person: A person appointed in each state who is in charge of all social investment programmes in a given state. For N-power, the focal person assists with

  • Deployment
  • Resolution of Issues
  • General Management of N-power beneficiaries in a state

State institutions such as state universal basic education board (SUBEB), Agricultural development programme (ADP), primary health care centers of primary health care development agency (NPHCDA) assist with the deployment process

The signing of Attendance: All beneficiaries of FG social investment programme must attend promptly and sign daily attendance at their PPA.

Place of Primary Assignment (PPA): The place where beneficiaries are deployed to as teaching assistants, agro extension workers, and healthcare assistants

No Payment for anything regarding N-power – Candidates has been advised to report anyone who requests/ask or compelled them to pay for deployment letter using the appropriate channel.

Npower Social Media: Follow the official NPower social media channels. Beneficiaries should follow at least three of our social media channels.

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