Npower Batch C: Applicants Who Used Ten Fingers During Biometric Finger Print Must See This

This is to inform all Npower batch C applicants particularly stream 1, that used their ten (10) fingers during biometric fingerprint must not panic at all. Though the hybrid NASIMS computerized system was primarily meant to capture and enroll only thumb and index finger

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So if all your ten fingers where captured, worry not as all the system makes use of only the thumb and index finger

We are pleased to inform all the shortlisted npower applicants who have done the biometric fingerprint that those who used ten fingers during biometric fingerprint should not panic; as the system was programmed to capture and enroll only thumb and index finger. Even if you used more than the recommended fingers only those fingers will be captured.

“The entire process was programmed to capture and enroll four mentioned fingers. And those that used ten and those used two have seen similar things at the end of the capture prior to submit, that’s only those four fingers (two from the right and another two from the left) is displayed on the screen”


“As for now the number of those used ten fingers overweight the number of those used thumb and index. (And to make the statement clear, consider the number of applicants been shortlisted for the first stream of the npower batch C1.e 550000) The reason why it was said and made it a mandate to capture thumb and index finger only was to make the process easier”- Soundcityupload learned


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