NPOWER UPDATE (OCTOBER 2021):
The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the person of President Muhammadu Buhari states in his speech on Friday. Furthermore, during National Independence (1st October) broadcast. He said the selection process for another forty-nine thousand (490,000) beneficiaries of the Npower is ongoing.
According to him: “Considering the positive impact of our Social Investment Programmes, I recently approved the process of increasing in the number of N-Power program beneficiaries from five hundred thousand (500,000) to 1 Million (1,000,000)”.
In addition, “Out of this, five hundred and ten thousand (510,000) have started the program after completing the physical verification service on 30th September. While the selection process for onboarding the outstanding four hundred and ninety thousand (490,000) beneficiaries is in progress.
NPOWER UPDATE (MARCH 2021):
The Honourable Minister @Sadiya_farouq stated that the N-Power started as an intervention for job creation. In addition, She states that Npower Batch C is a continuation plan of the ongoing strategy. And an extension of the Buhari administration’s commitment to job creation and youth development.
Generally, based on the implementation of these SIPs since 2016, the programs are undergoing restructuring with the aim of maximizing their impact and delivering more socioeconomic benefits to poor and vulnerable people in society.
In other words, the N-Power program is a job creation strategy that provides young Nigerians with jobs. It has successfully provided job opportunities to Nigerians. In view of this, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, in the person of President Buhari approved the scaling up of the program. To 1,000,000 (One million) new beneficiaries; 500,000 beneficiaries per stream.
In addition, the N-Power program will now be managed and the administration process through the NASIMS which intends on inputting changes across all its programs under the Ministry.
Generally, the program system via NASIMS is now centered and upgraded to be more strategic. Beneficiaries will now be able to access more information and resources from the program and experience a state-of-the-art verification process as well as an efficient transition phase and exit management plan via the NASIMS.
How NPOWER Batch C Beneficiaries can take the test.
- Firstly, beneficiaries should log into their respective dashboard via http://nasims.gov.ng to take their test and updated their curriculum vitae.
- Click on login
- After that, click on the “Forgot Password”
- Enter your N-POWER application email
- Click on “Send Link”
- Check your mail and follow the instructions to reset your password.
- After successful reset of password, You can login to update your records, then take your test.
- In conclusion, for enquiries or complaints beneficiaries can now contact the help line via [email protected]