Recruitment: N-Power Application Ends, Verification Follows

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Nigeria Recruitment: Final Assessment 'For 500,000 Jobs' Begins Today

Recruitment: N-Power Application Ends, Verification Follows

The Federal Government’s extension for the N-Power online jobs and training applications came to an end on August 31, 2016.

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Information made available on the N-Power website stated that there will be verification and evaluation which will begin shortly.

N-Power recruitment
N-Power recruitment

Further details on the processes and procedures were also made available in a disclaimer published in the official website for N-Power program:

N-POWER DISCLAIMER

  1. The processes for applying for and / or being selected for the N-power programme are open and transparent.

  2. The selection criteria will be published and made public. The criteria will seek to identify the applicants that will be best suited to the objectives of the programme in a fair. reasonable and consistent manner.

  3. Any claim by any individual and / or group suggesting any influence of a political, religious or similar nature will be a factor in the N-power programme is false and should be rejected.

  4. There is no truth in any claim that suggests there are set allocations or quota under the N-power programme for any political group or party.

  5. Exchange of money and/or services for placement in the N-power programme is prohibited. Any individual and / or group making any financial request or similar demands from any applicant do so fraudulently and must be reported to the appropriate authorities.

  6. Registration and selection for the N-power programme is absolutely free.

  7. It is your duty to be vigilant and beware of fraudsters who intend to take advantage of gullible or uninformed citizens.

The Federal Government has NOT and will NOT place additional burden on citizens who wish to be employed.

The Federal Government of Nigeria has designed the N-Power Programme to drastically reduce youth unemployment. The focus is to provide our young graduates and non-graduates with the skills, tools and livelihood to enable them advance from unemployment to employment, entrepreneurship and innovation.

The first phase of N-Power will target Nigeria’s critical needs in education, agriculture, technology, creative, construction and artisanal industries. N-Power is also preparing Nigeria for a global outsourcing push where our young Nigerians can export their services to work on global projects that earn Nigeria, foreign exchange.

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