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What N-Power Batch C Volunteers Should Know About Monthly Clearance

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What N-Power Batch C Volunteers Should Know About Monthly Clearance


N-Power batch C screening is still going on in some state. This was caused by little manpower to carry out the screening. Many State governors have come to the aid of the beneficiaries. This was by providing computers and Manpower to assist in conducting the screening.


In Borno State, Governor Zulum provided 30 computers. He also provided gas and all their generators were serviced. As the beneficiaries prepared to
resume work on the 4th of October 2021. There are some basic things they need to know in order to work effectively without encountering any hitches.

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What N-power Batch C Volunteers Should Know About Monthly Clearance

The N-power monthly clearance is a monthly screening exercise that will be conducted on Npower volunteers to ensure that they attend their place of primary assignment monthly. It is also a criterion to
enable them to received their monthly stipends.

Types of N-power monthly clearance

There are two types of N-power monthly clearanceNpower official clearance

1. N-power official clearance

2. N-power PPA Supervisor Clearance

The N-power official clearance is not executed monthly. It is done once, that is when the beneficiaries were first engaged. Beneficiaries might
be informed by their PPA supervisor beforehand.

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N-power PPA Supervisor Clearance is the type of clearance that is conducted monthly at Volunteers PPA by their supervisors. This type of clearance is done in some PPA by filling a daily register and subsequently, the supervisor will compile a final list at the end of the month. The supervisor would be in charge of forwarding the information to the N-Power authorities.

The consequence of Missing Npower monthly clearance

The if an N-Power beneficiaries missed Npower clearance, he or she would be disengaged from the Npower Program. This is because has showed that a volunteer is absconding from work. And d that is
against the term and conditions of the Npower Program itself.

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About The N-Power program

The N-Power program was first introduced by the Buhari led administration to curb the issue of lack of employment that exist amongst the teaming Nigerian young graduates. Before a person would be eligible to apply for the program, he or she must be within the age bracket of 18-35 years of age.

The program is skills oriented. The first skills that were introduced include the learning of teaching skills, Agricultural skills and health. After the expiration of the first batch. When batch B was introduced, more skills were introduced. This includes N-Build, N-Creative and N-tech.

In the 2 batches, about 500,000 beneficiaries were trained. Although the batch A and B are still requesting for a disengagement package to aid them in starting a business. Batch C is to serve for one year.

Npower Has Achieved A lot of Positive Impact On Nigerian Youths

In conclusion, the N-Power program has done a lot of positive impact in the lives of many beneficiaries. About 200,000 beneficiaries are said to be self-employed and doing great in their businesses. But the remaining beneficiaries bare still awaiting the packages that would be accorded to them.

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According to the Humanitarian minister, the exited beneficiaries would be trained in October 2021. The Minister also mentioned that a non interest loan would be made available to them after the completion of their training.

The beneficiaries are hoping that the Humanitarian minister keeps to her promise. This is because they have lost faith in her. After she made a lot of promises in the past and has not fulfilled it.

Remember, Batch A and B were disengaged during the Covid-19 pandemic. Since then no packages were giving to them. Many of the disengaged beneficiaries were hoping to be assimilated into the civil service, where they had served.

The Nigerian government on the other hand has affirmed that it doesn’t have the capacity to do so. But has promised to give out loans to the disengaged beneficiaries to start their own small scale businesses.

Where you able to conduct your verification exercise?What problems did you encounter, Did you know that there would be monthly verification exercise?Share your views by commenting below. Don’t forget to like and share the article to increase our outreach.

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