You Might be black listed by the FG- www.npower.gov.ng – The federal government through Npower program scheme has really shown that they keep to their promise. The Npower device has been dispatched to quite some number of npower beneficiaries and it has gotten to the extent that some npower beneficiaries how have gotten their device has gone far as to sell their device to a third party.
This has gotten to the npower official’s ear that the npower devices given freely has now been sold on a daily basis and the npower officials are now working to figure out the people and take appropriate action on them.
We advise all npower beneficiaries who are engaged in this act to stop and retrieve their npower device immediately and also to those beneficiaries who intent to sell their npower device to discard such thought from their mind.
If you are finally caught, such beneficiary will be BLACK LISTED; such an individual will be disqualified from any federal job that will come up in future. If you are wise please don’t attempt to sell your device.
Be warned if you do not report to your Primary Place of Assignment (PPA)with your npower device, you are trying to get yourself blacklisted by the Federal Government.
Volunteers are attempting to dispose their device, we urge you in your best interest not to do so.
Recall that N-Power is a Learn/Work/Entrepreneurship Programme of the Federal Government’s National Social Investment Programme for unemployed Young Graduates between the ages of 18-35.
Please note that the N-Power Devices currently being distributed to our N-Power volunteers were secured through an Asset Finance arrangement for 20 months with the Bank of Industry (BOI) by the Federal Government National Social Investment Programme. As such the devices are to aid the continual learning and development of our volunteers which seeks to enhance their employability ready for the labor market when they exit the Programme after 24 months.
These devices are also work tools as it would aid the discharge of their community functions in your primary places of assignment be it at the Public Schools, Primary Health Centres or the Agriculture Development Farm Settlements.