N-Power: See The Full Breakdown Of Volunteers Nationwide

Latest N-Power NewsThe Job Creation and Empowerment Initiative of the Social Investment Programme of the Nigerian Government, N-Power [Photo: N-Power/Twitter]The N-Power scheme, one of the Social Investment Programmes of the Nigerian Government kicked off nationwide in 2016.



Concise News reports that 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.

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

The breakdown of the volunteers, according to Daily Trust shows the following figures:

Abia State – 11,285

FCT State – 14,116

Adamawa State – 11,620

Akwa Ibom State – 12,278

Anambra State – 14,903

Bauchi State – 13,075

Bayelsa State – 10,561

Benue State – 18,000

Borno State – 12,766

Cross River State – 11,012

Delta State – 17,810

Ebonyi State – 10,561

Edo State – 12,340

Ekiti State – 10,563

Enugu State – 16,542

Gombe State – 10,909

Imo State – 12,394

Jigawa State – 11,365

Kaduna State – 18,000

Kano State – 18002

Katsina State -13,313

Kebbi State – 10,559

Kogi State – 12,211

Kwara State – 13,154

Lagos State – 17,998

Nasarawa State – 12,504

Niger State – 12,776

Ogun State – 15,563

Ondo State – 13,460

Osun State – 17,999

Oyo State – 18,001

Plateau State – 11,700

Rivers State – 17,987

Sokoto State – 10,903

Taraba State – 10,914 or 11,296 (this online news medium cannot verify the actual figure of this state yet)

Zamfara State -10,560



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