Why FG Can't Provide Permanent Job To Exited Npower Beneficiaries


Why FG Can't Provide Permanent Job To Npower Beneficiaries - The Federal Government has disclosed the reasons why they can't recruit Npower volunteers as permanent staff. Read details below!

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Why FG Can't Provide Permanent Job To Exited Npower Beneficiaries

According to FG The cry for permanency of batches A&B has been so loud, but why they can't provide a permanent job offer to the beneficiaries rather than the transitioned offer is because of the following:

Right from the prograrmme design and application process, the duration of the programme is made known to interested persons. Government is to create an enabling environment for youth to build capacity and gain experience through Social Protection programmes like the N-power and not employing permanently over 500,000 in its payroll.

This intervention has been considered as the single largest post-tertiary education recruitment in Africa. In reducing the unemployment rate, different tracks have been taken to ensure volunteers and trainees utilize those opportunities and become productive and self-reliant through on-the-job and hands-on experience.

FG stated that the transition plans for the 2 batches of N-Power beneficiaries are that the FMHADMSD is currently collaborating with the Central Bank of Nigeria in offering possible economic placements and other opportunities to the exited volunteers that meet up with CBNs selection criteria.

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Over 300,000 exited beneficiaries have indicated interest to be on the Nexit programme. And FG intends to make adequate provision for the Exited Npower Volunteers by offering Nexit opportunities to willing volunteers. Other options are being considered and will be leveraged upon as we continue to roll out the programme.

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  1. I want to apply but no one can help me but god will help me


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