N-power Batch C: 3 Steps To Avoid Disqualification Even After Biometrics

N-power Batch C: 3 Steps To Avoid Disqualification Even After Biometrics: The Humanitarian Ministry has warned all selected batch c of the Npower programme to be more vigilant during and after the fingerprint biometric, the 550000 lucky applicants are not to celebrate yet till these below requirements are fully complied with

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“The Ministry for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management And Social Development have further stated that 550,000 N-Power Batch C applicants, were selected for the initial phase of the N-Power recruitment process, of which another 50,000 N-Power Batch C applicants will be dropped, to make up the final 500,000 N-Power Batch C volunteers”

The following 3 basic steps are to be followed judiciously if an N-Power Batch C applicant wants to be part of the final N-Power Batch C 1 volunteers:

The N-Power Batch C applicant must not be working in any other Civil Service Organisation, either part time or full time.

The N-Power Batch C applicants’ uploaded documents must be a bonafide document of the N-Power Batch C applicant.


Note: N-Power Batch C applicants can now login into their portal and edit their dashboard.

An N-Power Batch C applicant must adhere to the Biometrics fingerprint capture enrollment instructions; four fingers should be captured as stated, not ten fingers, although this might not be an issue, just to be on the safe side.


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