Sunday, November 15, 2020

Why Npower Must Shortlist Batch C Volunteers Now

The delay in shortlisting the Npower batch C Applicants into the Npower Programme proper is generating lots of concerns. 5month after the application process, prospective Applicants are still waiting patiently for Npower to release names of Shortlisted Candidates that will be Enroll into the 2020 batch C Programme.

On two occasions, the management of the Npower Programme has come out to debunk the news stating that it has Shortlisted Applicants. They tag the news as fake. A situation that is generating lots of discussions.

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The Prospective volunteers stated that the delay in releasing names of Shortlisted Candidates is the reason why some people are taking advantage of Applicants anxiously waiting to be Enroll for the Programme. The demand that Npower should fast the process to avoid scammers taking advantage of Applicants.

N-Power is linked to the Federal Government's policies in the economic, employment, and social development arenas. N-Power addresses the challenge of youth unemployment by providing a structure for large scale and relevant work skills acquisition and development while linking its core and outcomes to fixing inadequate public services and stimulating the larger economy.

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In 2016, 200,000 volunteers were recruited and in 2017, 300,000 were recruited making a total of 500,000 Volunteers. These 500,000 trained graduates assisted in improving the inadequacies in our public services in education, health, and civic education. Some of these graduates have moved on to establish their businesses after being disengaged from the Programme in June, July 2020 According to the management, paving ways for a new batch of 400,000 to be recruited.

The new 400,000 batch C who applied for the 2020 Recruitment are now waiting patiently for the management to make the selection and Enroll them for the Programme.

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