Friday, April 10, 2020

Mr Afolabi Imoukhuede Emphasize On The Impact Of NPower Programme

In the past few years, I have had the privilege of heading the team of professionals who have stopped at nothing to carry out the directives and wishes of President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo as it relates to young unemployed Nigerians.

Imagine over 500k+ citizens teaching previously unmanned classrooms, acting as health extension workers, acting as agric extension advisors, certified service professionals, trained creatives and trained hardware and software professionals.

N-Power commenced its first registration in 2016 and opened up its portal again in 2017 for a second set of beneficiaries. The N-Power programme has put in processes for both the Graduate and Non-Graduate programmes.

Similarly, the payment process and payment status for each beneficiary as seen in the link here is standard with the N-Power programme.

One of the goals of N-Power is to stimulate micro economies across Nigeria and each state at the micro level has had an average of 9.3 Billion pumped into each state while the beneficiaries of the programme have served almost 24 Million Nigerians.

In each State of the Federation, the impact of NPower beneficiaries is felt in public schools, primary health centres and more.

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