NPower C1: 50,000 Applicants To Be Dropped After Physical Verification
NPower C1: 50,000 Applicants To Be Dropped After Physical Verification: The Humanitarian Ministry has warned all selected batch c applicants of the Npower programme to be more vigilant during and after the Physical Verification, as 50,000 from the 550,000 may not make it through to the final list
The reason is simple, only 510,000 persons are shortlisted in Stream 1 of Batch c, and another 490,000 persons for Stream 2 of batch C.
The Presidency ordered the number to be doubled to 1 million persons, half of a million in each stream
50,000 successful Batch C applicants will soon be kicked out of the Npower programme, a move that is necessary to balance the 500,000 intended
“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”
How To Escape It
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 a safe side.