FG to "disengage" over 200,000 N-power beneficiaries
Nigerian government is working on how to "disengage" over 200,000 beneficiaries of the government social intervention programme dubbed N-Power, an official has said. Maryam Uwais, senior special assistant to the President on social investment, in an interview with Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) said she in talks with the finance ministry on the next plan. "We…
N-Power denies funding Buhari election campaign
One of the social intervention programmes of the Nigerian government, N-Power,has denied sponsoring election campaign. The denial came after the platform official twitter handle came under fire for posting a campaign flyer of Nigeria's president Muhammadu Buhari with its N-power logo on Wednesday. The flyer tagged #RaveforBuhari stated that N-power beneficiaries will embark on a…
Npower extends 2016 batch A volunteers programme
Mr Afolabi Imoukhuede, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Job Creation and Youth Empowerment, has said that the 2016 batch ‘A’ Npower volunteers programme has been extended.
FG plans to rig polls with N’power beneficiaries, CUPP alleges
The Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) has raised the alarm over alleged recruitment of beneficiaries of N’Power programme as ad-hoc staff to rig the general elections.
N-Power offers N37 million to beneficiaries across Nigeria
One of the social intervention programmes of the Nigerian government, N-Power, has announced its Impact Series competition, which offers one beneficiary in each state and the federal capital territory one Million Naira. In a series of tweets on its Twitter page, the programme, under which 500,000 graduates have so far been recruited, said the competition…
NPOWER team lauds Aregbesola over infrastructure development
Afolabi described the infrastructure turnaround of the state as amazing adding: “It’s my first time in Osun in a long while, but I must confess that, the infrastructure development across the state is revolutionary and simply amazing.”
Anxiety grips NPower beneficiaries as unpaid allowance persists
Within a few months after its introduction as a temporary means of livelihood for the unemployed persons, the NPower job initiative of the Federal Government is threatened by unpaid allowance to the beneficiaries.