N-Power: Beneficiary Shares Experience About Scheme (Video)
An N-Power beneficiary
An N-Power Tech software beneficiary at the southern region campus of the scheme’s component, Janny Sampson Mfon has given an insight into how the training works, Concise News reports.
The trainee from Akwa Ibom expressed her satisfaction with the quality of training given, while also showing gratitude to the Federal Government for the “opportunity” afforded.
Watch the video below:
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It would be recalled that this online news medium reported how ecstatic beneficiaries are when training tipped off in Edo state recently.
The trainees got a run-through of the syllabus and other interesting things to expect in the coming weeks in Edo state.
With N-Power Tech orientation completed and trainees settled in, classes commenced afterwards.
The Federal Government’s plan is clear.
Arm young people with knowledge that effectively sets them up for self-sustaining endeavours.
To the N-Power Tech Software Beneficiaries, this is the Federal Government’s investment in YOU.
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Addressing beneficiaries at the training centre last week, Mrs Grace Eseka, the Director, Edo State National Orientation Agency (NOA) encouraged the trainees to put in their best because if Nigeria was to change, it will have to be championed.
On her part, Yuwa Aladeselu, Focal Person, Social Investment Programmes (SIP) in Edo State stated that at the end of the programme, beneficiaries would “go back empowered and change people”.
N-Power is unique.
It partners with Federal Government Agencies and State Governments.
Pic 1: Reps of FRSC educating beneficiaries on the Highway Code.
Pic 2: Grace Eseka, Director NOA admonishing beneficiaries.
Pic 3: Yuwa Aladeselu, Focal Person, SIP Programmes in Edo State pic.twitter.com/8nC7WoIWiy
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