N-Power: Man Who Almost Committed Suicide Now Benefits From Scheme (Video)

N-Power: Man Who Almost Committed Suicide Now Benefits From Scheme (Video)N-Build beneficiaries of N-Power [Photo Courtesy: Twitter]A beneficiary of the Federal Government’s N-Power programme and a former motorcycle rider, Shuaibu Abdul has narrated how he almost committed suicide because life was tough, Concise News reports.



Abdul is now a beneficiary of one of the components of the N-Power scheme, N-Build and a proud automobile engineer.

In a video posted on the official Twitter handle of the N-Power on Wednesday, Abdul has put his disappointments behind him and is excited about his future.

The Kogi indigene says: “I am an Okada rider before. I rent the Okada. I deliver N2, 500 for the owner of the bike. I kept trying, even though I tried to give up and go and commit suicide.

“Thereafter, I told myself to keep going. So far there is life, there is hope.

“So when this automobile opportunity came up, I said let me just give it a try. And I grabbed the opportunity. Now, I am an engineer. I can repair a lot of things in a car.”

N-Power Build is an accelerated training and certification (Skills to Job) programme that engage and train 75,000 young unemployed Nigerians in order to build a new crop of a skilled and highly competent workforce of technicians, artisans and service professionals.

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The focus industries include:

  • → Building Services
  • → Construction
  • → Built Environment Services
  • → Utilities
  • → Automotive
  • → Aluminium and Gas

The job is for three months.

N-Power Build members can aspire to a career in construction, works and housing. Possible destinations include:

→Building/Construction Project Management

→Furniture Making and Design

→Electrical Maintenance and Repairs Services

→Building and Construction services

→Plumbing

→Welding

The N-Power programme is one of the Social Investment Programmes of the Nigerian Government.

The scheme currently engages no fewer than 500,000 youth graduates deployed to provide public health services in teaching, health, agriculture and tax and monitoring.

N-Power also engages another 200,000 non-graduates in training or on attachment to organisations as interns.



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