Sunday, July 14, 2019

Finally FG Reveals Exit Package For Npower Graduate Volunteers

The Federal government has finally reveals Exit Package to the 2016 Npower Graduate Volunteers whose programme will end soon. According to the Presidency, 500,000 volunteers ready for community policing.

A total of 500,000 volunteers from across the 774 local government areas of the country and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) are being prepared for the community policing programme, the presidency said. This followed the proposal of the federal government and the 36 state governors to recruit the NPower volunteers for the community policing to tackle the shortage of manpower in the police.

The Chairman of the Nigeria Governors' Forum (NGF) and Ekiti State governor, Kayode Fayemi, had after a meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari penultimate Friday, said plans are on to use N-power beneficiaries to kick-start community policing in the country.

READ ALSO: FG Choose Npower Volunteers As The Best Option For community Police

Speaking on the community policing, the Senior Special Assistant to the president on job creation and youth employment, Mr. Afolabi Imoukhuede, said they have supplied data to the NSF and the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, on the volunteers.

He said two batches of the N-Power programme, numbering 500,000 scattered across the 774 local government areas of the country are ready for community policing. 'We are working with the governors because we have supplied the data to them and to the IG of police.

"We know the security challenges we have and we also know the challenges and limitations of the Nigeria Police Force, we know that they wanted to recruit another 10,000 but the governors felt as Chief Security Officers (CSOs) of their states, 10,000 in the whole of Nigeria is small and how many are you going to give every state?.

READ ALSO: Breakdown Of Npower Volunteers Across The 36 States

6 comments:

  1. This is amazing, God blesse Baba Buhari, the Governors and the volunteers should see it as a challenge poised to served their communities and the nation as a whole.

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  2. May God bless this administration and make it reality and the nation to be peaceful and beneficiaries should served their communities and the nation as a whole.

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  3. Enter your comment...may God bless presidency and our country we happy to hear about this community policy

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  4. We praying and hoping something better should come in we can see our self after imparting in on our students at the end we now send us back to the streets please FG do something

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  5. This community police initiative by FG and state Governors is a wonderful and welcome development. I applaud President Buhari, Minister of Humanitarian/Social programme Affairs, State Governors and all stake holders for this great idea. It shows your continuous commitment to the welfare of Nigerian youths. As a member of the batch 2016 Npower beneficiaries, and still yet to secure a job, it will be a welcome relief and a great opportunity to serve my nation. I pray it works out, I will be forever grateful and loyal to you my President and all concerned. I still believe in the Nigerian dream.

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  6. This is a very good move,but volunteers using Wema bank hasn't been paid for for stipends.what is the problem,and when are they going to be paid their June stipend.

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