Friday, 4 November 2016

N-power Recruitment: Presidency Employs 200,000, To Commence Payment Soon

The Presidency says it has finished the selection procedure for the employment of 200,000 graduates for the N-Power program intended to draw in 500,000. N-power Recruitment: Presidency Employs 200,000, To Commence Payment Soon 

The Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Media and Publicity, Laolu Akande, uncovered this in an announcement on Thursday.

He said the "official engagement" of those selected was currently anticipating the finish of BVN confirmation so that they would be paid directly.

On how the selection was done, he said: "Administration authorities teamed up effectively with the Ministries of Agriculture and Health and other government offices all through the procedure.

There were no foreign experts included, nor is one required. To make up the selection of the initial 200,000, there were three criteria therefore: 40% selected in light of the quantity of uses per state, a unique increase for the 6 states of the upper east and an optional expansion for states with low number of candidates.

"The Buhari Presidency has endeavored exceptionally persistent and straightforward endeavors to guarantee that the Social Investment Programs don't repeat the blunders of the past, and the endeavor along these lines to swiftly contrast the projects and fizzled endeavors of the past, as SURE-P, even at this early stage is just unjustifiable. There wouldn't be any center men and the installments to be made to the N-Power applicants, the month to month N5,000 to the poorest and most helpless among others would be paid straightforwardly to them."

He noted that online applications were not required for Nigerians whom the monthly N5,000 conditional cash transfer of the social Investment programmes were designed for.

Akande stressed that there had not been any disbursement from the allocated fund “not to talk of any kind of mismanagement at all.”

He said the claim that Borno State was not online and therefore the N-Power process discriminated against people of the state “simply flies in the face of the fact. Almost 15,000 Nigerians from Borno State applied in the first application series of N-Power schemes online.”

He added: “it is also not tenable to argue that people in Maiduguri for instance which today plays hosts to tonnes of international NGOs cannot apply online or are denied internet access.”

He said Enugu State had over 20,000 applications online for the N-Power programme; while Zamfara and Bayelsa had over 6,000 and 7,000 respectively.

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