The Humanitarian Ministry has urged all selected batch c applicants of the Npower programme to be more careful during the Physical Verification and after done.
This is because it is likely for about 50,000 of the 550,000 might not make it to the final list.
The reason being that only 510,000 people are selected in Stream 1 of Batch C, and 490,000 persons for Stream 2 of Batch C.
The Presidency ordered that the number be increased to 1,000,000 persons and half a million per stream.
In order to be counted as a successful applicant for Npower final stage, you need to provide and take along all require Documents required by NASIMS.
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The Npower programme will soon kick out about 50,000 Batch C successful applicants who have been shortlisted. This is to bring about a balance to the 500,000 planned.
“The Ministry for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management And Social Development have further stated that 550,000 N-Power Batch C applicants, were selected for the initial phase of the N-Power recruitment process, of which another 50,000 N-Power Batch C applicants will be dropped, to make up the final 500,000 N-Power Batch C volunteers”
How To Bypass being removed from the Npower Programme
If you as an N-Power Batch C applicant wishes to be part of the final N-Power Batch C 1, you should try to follow these 3 steps:
- The N-Power Batch C applicant must not be employed in any other Civil Service Organizations, whether full-time or part-time.
- When uploading documents for N-Power Batch C, the applicant must provide genuine documents because they will be reviewed thoroughly.
- N-Power Batch C applicants must follow the Biometrics fingerprint capture enrollment instruction. Only four fingers are required, not ten. This is only a bit of advice not mainly an issue but must be wary of little issues turning big.
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