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18 Jun 2017

FG Gives Update On N-Power Recruitment, Hints on Screening Method

Federal government has sais that no fewer than 290,000 applications hit the N-Power job portal on Friday, just three days after the portal was opened.


The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Job Creation, Afolabi Imoukhuede, gave the information during an interactive session with the first batch of the scheme’s beneficiaries in Edo at the Urhokpota Hall, Benin City.

According to him, 200,000 graduates are already participating in the scheme while the next batch of 300,000 will be engaged from the new applicants.

“The recruitment portal opened on Wednesday and 290,000 applications have entered as at this morning. 

“The next recruitment will be very competitive.

“If we do validation of data and any applicant fails at the point of recruitment he or she has lost the chance,” he said.

He expressed displeasure with the wave of wrong data fed into the portal by graduate applicants and said such problems were discouraging.

Mr. Imoukhuede told the volunteers that while the scheme was making efforts to assist them to validate their entries it would not do same for the next batch of recruits.

The presidential aide announced that deployment of the non-graduate applicants successful from the screening of applications received in 2016 would be done in batches from July/August 2017.

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