N-Power: Roundup For Today May 16, 2019
Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo with N-Power ‘pilots’ (Facebook)
Back in November, prior to the 2019 Nigerian General Elections, one of the Federal Government‘s social investment programmes, N-Power launched an impact series where beneficiaries can win up to N1 million. Concise News reports that the competition – open to all N-Power beneficiaries – is a social media comtest for beneficiaries to share the impact the scheme has had on them and on their respective communities. Click here to read more.
A scheme of the Federal Government‘s social investment programmes, N-Power, has ordered N-Power Tech Hardware Beneficiaries to “Go ahead and continue virtual learning”. Concise News reports that the N-Tech Hardware is basically to empower at least 10,000 computer device technicians into the ICT Industry. On Wednesday, the scheme writes on their known Twitter handle, complemented with a graphic. Click here to read more.
President Muhammadu Buhari has heaped praise on Vice President Yemi Osinbajo for driving the National Social Investment Programmes (SIPs) such as the school feeding programme and the N-Power scheme. Concise News reports that the president says his lieutenant’s efforts consequently draws the government closer to the people. President Buhari was speaking on Monday night at the breaking of the Ramadan fast at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, when he hosted top government officials. He said the programmes driven by Osinbajo had been “very successful”. Click here to read the full gist.