Monday, October 22, 2018

Why A Win For Buhari In 2019 Is A Win Win Situation For N-power Beneficiaries

The Government of President Muhammadu Buhari and VP Osinbajo have done very well for the Nigerian youths, most especially for N-power volunteers. In all the social investment programmes that Nigeria Government come up with, N-power programme initiated by President Buhari Government is the most effective that have truly impacted the ordinary Nigerian citizens positively.

As we countdown to 2019 Election, we believe that  a  win for Buhari and Osinbajo in 2019 is a win win situation for N-power Beneficiaries. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has said that N-Power Programme introduced by the Federal Government is targeted at training 10 million Nigerian graduates by 2023.

As you All Know the NPower Programme has engaged 500,000 Nigerian graduate which the 200,000 first set of 2016 beneficiaries whose 2 years contract is supposed to elapsed by November/December 2018 now extended or rather are graduated into an N-power enhancement scheme, which means that they will continue serving and earning.

The other set of 300,000 second set 2017 beneficiaries have just commenced the programme and have 2 years to end their contract not talking about the thousands of Non graduate who are to participate in the programme.

When you look at all these and start reasoning of what will happen if a new government takes over and refused to continue with the programme because that is what they usually do. The always tend to scrapped old programs and come up with the ones on their agenda. Unless the Federal government enact a law stating that the programme continued, it may be scrapped when new government emerge, that is why the present government of Muhammadu Buhari and VP Osinbajo must not loss the  2019 Election.

It is a win win situation for N-power beneficiaries and subsequent Nigerian youths who will benefit from he programme till 2023 if they win. So, let support Buhari and Osinbajo to keep N-power Alive.

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