Latest Npower News For Today Wednesday January 19th 2022

Latest Npower News For Today Wednesday, January 19th, 2022


In today's latest Npower News For Wednesday, January 19th, 2022 - The news update we shared with you in the Npower discussion group blog update on Saturday which can be seen here Latest Npower News For Today Saturday 15th January 2022 is still fresh and relevant. Take a glance at it to stay informed.

The Hon. Minister of Fed Min of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Sadiya Umar Faroug has charged Nigerian women to be diligent and committed as they prepare for the 2023 elections. Umar Faroug made the call on Tuesday at the APC Women’s National Conference held at the International Conference Centre Abuja. Read details here 2023 Elections - Umar Farouq Tasks Women On Diligence

To keep Npower beneficiaries and our other blog readers updated on recent happening, we have decided to share this info with you. According to NITDA, in its bid in providing a platform for young Nigerian tech students to showcase their talents, the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) under the supervision of the Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy has commenced this year's Hackathon where participants would come together and share ideas on ways to confront the country’s challenges using digital innovation.

NITDA Hackathon is a National event in collaboration with academic institutions to drive digital innovation and entrepreneurship by challenging Nigeria's teeming youths to ideate and develop solutions from inception through to the market.

The programme which is being coordinated by the Agency's subsidiary, the National Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (NCAIR), and to is hosted in Cross River (South-South), Oyo (South West), and Adamawa (North-East), kicked off in Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola, Adamawa State, with students, entrepreneurs and innovators from a different field with the purpose of harnessing the potentials of Nigerian youths in their quest to become problem solvers through digital innovation. To be part of such a program, you can visit the NITDA website

Debrief meeting for the NSIP National Monitoring following a recent M&E conducted on a national scale by staff and partners of the FMHADMSD. With the SAP M&E. The NSIP National Coordinator Engr. Umar Bindir while making his remarks noted the impact & importance of monitoring, he recognized the efforts of the field monitors and thanked them for their commitment.

The Independent Monitors supervised the NSIP Programmes at the community level. They are assigned to monitor programme beneficiaries within their locality in schools, households, and market clusters with the focus of ensuring that the primary objectives of these programmes are achieved. Here are Five Things To Know About NSIP Independent Monitors

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  1. So no one is talking about beneficiaries allowances anymore? There is God oo


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