Labour and employment minister, Mr Chris Ngige has disclosed the intention of the federal government to reform the N-power programme for a robust outcome. Related https://myeduproject.com.ng/n-power-2020-recruitment-how-to-make-the-final-list-and-mistakes-to-avoid
Mr Ngige while interacting with some beneficiaries in Tetralog Nigeria Limited and ANAMCO Motor Assembly plant, in Enugu state of Nigeria
The nature of reformation was not stated in his briefing and interaction, but he clearly disclosed that, government at the federal level is hell-bent in reforming the program for better performance and output
In a related and similar development, The minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hajiha Sadiya Umar Faroug had one time calls for restructuring and reforming the N-power program, but was repelled by the then Special Adviser to the President on Employment- Mariam Uwais.
If the plan of reformation was to scale through, many things will involve, issues like, the types of reforms, the nature of the reforms, take off time, and the how batch A and B will be treated
But no one has come out to clarify the planned “reformation”. Apparently, the special Adviser to the President on Employment- Mariam Uwais has been transferred to the office of the president. No one has replaced her yet.
According to AIT news, Ngige, a minister of the federal republic, on a trip to Enugu state Nigeria. Assured N-power Beneficiaries, who are under going training in auto mobile repairs and maintenance
Nguge in his correct words “says the N-Power programme of the Federal Government will undergo various reformations to actualize its set objective.” This statement is coming at the pick of Batch A disengagement plan, also known as glorious exist.
To what extend is this reformation? How true is the reformation and when will it take effect? When will Batch A be settled? These and many questions are what beneficiaries of the program have been asking. Yet no clear answers have come out.
This program has and is still empowering thousands of Nigerians, the administration of Mr Buhari has one thing to boast of, in decades to come. Nigeria Had one time invested heavily on Social programs in his administration and in recorded history, the story may go.
The Labour Minister also used the opportunity of the visit to ascertain the level of work at the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu as well and the Skills Acquisition Centre in Enugu. Source AIT news