Real Reason We Introduced ‘N-Power Transition’ – FG
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo with Afolabi Imoukhuede, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Nigerian President on Job Creation and Youth Employment and other officials at the N-Power Unit in Abuja (Photo Courtesy: N-Power/Twitter)
The Federal Government of Nigeria says it introduced the N-Power Transition Survey “to help further map N-Power Batch 1 beneficiaries to available economic opportunities”, Concise News reports.
The government adds that it aims “to improve specialized training to matched opportunities” for beneficiaries of the scheme.
It would be recalled that the ‘N-Power Transition’ message surfaced last month. But it disappeared soon. Although, it was restored on the N-Power Volunteer Network (NPVN) portal recently.
Beneficiaries are required to log in to their NPVN portal to choose the sector(s) of their choice. The options range from becoming a SANEF (Shared Agent Network Expansion Facility) agent to community police.
Part of the conditions the apex government stipulated is that participation in the survey does not guarantee employment or retention.
It further states that it is in no way connected to the exit of N-Power volunteers from the Programme, while adding that “presented options are not final and more options will be made available periodically depending on economic realities”.
Find below simple way to choose your option(s) in ‘N-Power Transition’
1. Login to your portal.
2. At the top of your profile. Copy and paste the below link.
3. You will be directed to the transition page. Then select.
Dubbed as the largest post-tertiary employment programme in Africa, the Buhari government sees the N-Power scheme as one of its major achievements.
According to the Federal Government, the N-Power Programme is designed to help young Nigerians acquire and develop life-long skills to become solution providers in their communities.