Mr Afolabi Warned Volunteers To Desist From Forming Aluta Group To Cause Provocatives

Mr Afolabi in his latest Facebook LIVE Video chat which took place yesterday the 23th of November, 2017, he made something clear which every Npower volunteers should take seriously. He Warned Volunteers To Desist From Forming Aluta Group agitating for permanence.

In the video, Mr Afolabi stated that some Volunteers after been given the opportunity to participate in the FG social investment programme (NPower) you now decided to form some type of aluta group, provocative group advocating for what is not practically possible, that is not thourated.

According to Afolabi, they have all the Names and Numbers of ring leaders who are forming group of advocacy for permanency of NPower programme. He thought to address you publicly first before he start addressing some of you. Please desist from such insightful groupings he warned.

He however stated that they have not relent on any of their promises on the purpose of NPower and any of the promises the President and his vice made to Nigerians during their campaign promises. He said one of the things he said to volunteers  earlier during the year is that every promises that the president made to you will be fulfill and the stand on that.

Nevertheless, what they are concerned about is how you beneficiaries exit from the programme, how you exit into entrepreneurship, how you exit into collaborative cooperative opportunities and how some of you will also exit into available jobs that are out there.

Mr Afolabi Imoukhuede advice beneficiaries to take their responsibilities at their PPA seriously in order to tap into the opportunities at your place of assignment by displaying the right attitude to work, showing up at work, if you are not relevant at work there is No employer that will want to retained you ( who wants to retained an Aluta champion) so he said.

He finally advice beneficiaries  not to take advantage of being in the NPower Programme  to cause provocative or insight Nigerians or your fellow beneficiaries to cause confusion.


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