www.npower.gov.ng 2021 Registration Past Questions\ Exam Date Apply

www.npower.gov.ng 2021 Registration Past Questions\ Exam Date Apply

www.npower.gov.ng 2021 Registration Past Questions\ Exam Date kindly apply through the official website of N-Power because the site is now opening on 26th June 2021 for employment scheme. 500,000 participants needed. www.npower.gov.ng 2021 Registration Open for young Nigerians between the ages of 18 and 35

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www.npower.gov.ng 2021 Registration Past Questions\ Exam Date Apply

Requirements are:

  1. BVN.
  2. Degree certificate.
  3. NYSC discharge certificate.
  4. NYSC Number.
  5. CV
  6. Passport photographs.
  7. Active e_mail address.

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It can be recalled that the N-Power Programme is a job creation and skills empowerment programme of the Federal Government, which is designed to help young Nigerians acquire and develop life-long skills to become practical solution providers in their communities, enabling them to become innovative players in the domestic and global markets. The N-Power programme is for young Nigerians between the ages of 18 and 35.

Under the arrangement, enrolled participants will be weaned off the programme after every 24 months to be replaced by another batch of youths drawn from across the country. Each participant is paid N30,000 monthly allowance.

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In Nigeria, every year NYSC board dispatch about 200,000 youth corp members every year and just 10% of them get good employment. Others join the unemployed population.

In 2018, NNPC, released a job vacancy notice with eligibility for only graduates of 2014 downwards, but not still minding the restrictions which was supposed to reduce the number of applicants, guess what? About 25.5 million people applied. This is laughable, if old graduates have not gotten jobs, what is the hope of the new ones?

It baffles me to see students going to school just to read and pass their courses and graduate, which was exactly what their predecessors did and ended up unemployed and almost hopeless.

a professor said and I quote “madness is defined as one doing something the same way but expecting a different result.
thus “if what this professor said about madness is true then we all as students seated in this hall are all mad”. How do you expect not to be unemployed just like your predecessors when you are doing exactly the same thing they did.

As a student, you must think outside the box. Go to school with a difference. Stop thinking about the company that will employ you, think about the company you can create through the course you are studying.

There is no job anywhere. Ask, and job hunters will tell you better. Don’t ever think that your case will be different when you are doing nothing different. Life is not based on serendipity but practicality.

The problem is not just the Government, the youths are fast becoming less creative and innovative. They are becoming clueless.

We train and help young people who desire great wealth and financial freedom through the following listed skills and entrepreneurship


forex traders, Trading with Software

Solar Energy Installation

web designers,

web developers,


Video editors,

Instagram influencers,

freelancers and

Fiverr etc.

Inverter, Networking

Forward your CV to www.newsjotter.com or Visit www.npower.gov.ng

Endeavour to always visit this website www.newsjotter.com for update on related topic and more because your cooperation and compliance are highly essential to make the training process a smooth and stress-free experience

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