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LIVE UPDATE!! N-Power Registration: So Far 1,001,045 Applicants Have Registered

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A total of 1,001,045 persons have so far applied to the Batch C of the Federal Government’s N-Power National Social Investment Programme (NSIP).

The programme which opened for registration on June 26 is expected to recruit 400,000 applicants for Batch C of the scheme.

Sadiya Umar Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management & Social Development, tweeted on Sunday, “the N-Power portal has received over 1 Million unique applications since the portal opened almost 48 Hours ago.

She said

“The portal has been registering about 100 applications per second and as at 7:38 pm, we had received 1,001,045 applications.”

According to her,

“Batch C affords us an opportunity to enrol a new set of beneficiaries who will be upskilled to prepare them for employability or entrepreneurship. It also offers us a pipeline of skilled workers who will be critical to jump-starting the economy post- #COVID19.

“As the Batch C application and enrolment continues, I look forward to more success stories of positive impact from young men and women who remain the hope and future of this country.

“@FMHDSD is committed to this program and all efforts are geared towards supporting the vulnerable members of our population. I believe that we are stronger when we work together, and we will make it through these trying times.”

The portal is still open and we encourage unemployed young peeps to apply at #Npower2020Recruitment

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