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The scheme gave the information via its Twitter handle, @npower_ng.
“If you applied for any of the N-Power Graduate programmes and you were not shortlisted, you are likely to receive a message that you have been shortlisted for either the N-Power Tech or Creative programmes”, it read.
The Buhari administration recently stated that it had engaged 300,000 new beneficiaries in the second batch of its N-Power Volunteers Corp effective from 1st August, 2018.
Laolu Akande, Senior Special Assistant to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, noted that in conjunction with all State N-Power partners, the new beneficiaries will be promptly deployed to their assigned Primary Places of Assignment (PPA) on or before the said date.
He said all successfully deployed N-Power beneficiaries in the second batch would be engaged till July 31, 2020.
Akande added: “Through the N-Power scheme, hundreds of thousands of young, unemployed Nigerian graduates have been empowered through training and skills acquisition in different areas of public services, including education (N-Teach), health (N-Health), agriculture (N-Agro), and building/construction (N-Build).
“Each N-Power beneficiary learns entrepreneurial skills to enable them become business persons and become professionals on their own, while beneficiaries are given electronic devices to enhance their work and paid a N30,000 monthly stipend.”
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