Npower Portal Set to open: 400,000 Volunteers to be Recruited-Sadiya (Video)
Npower registration portal rebranded and set to receive applications any moment form now
Npower Portal Set to open: 400,000 Volunteers to be Recruited:All is set to bring new Npower volunteers into the programme, a Social Investment programme that was established to reduce the high unemployment rate in the country
There are currently close to 500,000 in the npower programme, serving in different segments and categories in Places of Primary Assignment (PPA). See https://myeduproject.com.ng/n-power-2020-2021-recruitment-mistakes-to-avoid-during-registraion
The programme will boast of 1 MILLION volunteers when 400,000 numerical strength is added to it, making it the largest in Africa, and an accolade to the Buhari administration. See https://myeduproject.com.ng/n-power-recruitment-2020-2021-job-application-updates
Last month, the Hon. Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Umar Saidya Farouq, disclosed plans to welcome 400,000 volunteers
In her precise words, “We are working hard to streamline the programme for greater efficiency and to provide opportunities for more Nigerian youths. We will recruit 400,000 volunteers by June
According to Punch Newspaper, “The minister said, Batch A beneficiaries were denying other Nigerians an opportunity to access the programme and gain skills for entrepreneurship and employment”
“Apparently, batch A have overstayed their welcome, enjoyed more grace of being paid stipends, with devices”
“But more Nigerian youths need to be onboarded to alleviate poverty at large, in line with the president vision of lifting 100 million people out of poverty by creating opportunities to enhance the productivity of the Nigerian youth”
A look at the npower website, shows major changes have taken place, set to receive applications when the registration hits the ground running
Umar Saidya Farouq, the Social Development Minister will make a pronouncement in respect to this very soon
Warning! the npower portal is not open for registration yet, don’t fall victim of fraud-stars, when the portal opens, we will be the first to tell you.
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Lawmakers to Give Legal Backings to Npower & NSIP-Dailytrust
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, says the House will provide strong legislation and codify the Social Investment Programmes (SIPs).
He said the programmes are now subjected to whims and caprices of some few people in charge. Gbajabiamila was quoted in a statement by his Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Lanre Lasisi while speaking at a web interactive session (webinar) organized by the Emmanuel Chapel on Friday.
He said the House would soon introduce a bill that would codify government’s Social Investment Programme (SIP) to give it legal backing.
“As leaders, we must respond like we are at war. Lives have been disrupted. Talking about social security, we have before now and even till now that is akin to that in Nigeria today is Social Investment Programme (SIP) where we have the N-Power, Moni Trader, the Conditional Cash Transfer, the School Feeding Programme and a wide variety of other programs but unfortunately, they have not been codified”
“So, basically these are left to the whims and caprices of whoever is in charge to determine who gets what. So, it’s been something that’s not statutory, it’s not codified, budgeted for but again it depends on who’s handling it at the appointed time.”
“What the House is doing now, and in the next couple of weeks, we will be introducing a robust codification and sanction of the SIP in Nigeria that will take care of the poor and the vulnerable”
“That’s the standard, it’s for the poor and the vulnerable, it would codify and define who is poor and who is vulnerable, and the geographical spread would be determined by law,” he said.
The Speaker said the introduction and passage of the first Emergency Economic Stimulus Bill and the Control of Infectious Diseases Bill, as well as the second Emergency Economic Stimulus Bill which is about to be introduced, were all meant to successfully steer the country out of troubled waters that might follow the pandemic.
Umar Sadiya To Make Press Briefing Soon
The honorable minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Umar Saidya Farouq will clear the air within the week
The agenda for the briefing is not yet clear, but source close to the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) disclosed streamlining talked about last two weeks, will come into light
The minister promised to streamline the programme after paying all stipends due to volunteers, many volunteers have received their may Stipends
A leaked information from the current engagement, spokesperson for the humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development ministry Rhoda Iliya, said in a statement 400,000 new volunteers will be included in the programme
Making it close to a Million volunteers, the Largest in Africa.
“the administration’s vision of lifting 100 million people out of poverty by creating opportunities to enhance the productivity of the Nigerian youth is much on course”
Although Illiya confirmed that the government is working on the good exit plan for the beneficiaries, she did not give a specific date or month.
“We are still working on an exit plan for Batch A,” Illiya told correspondent, “But there is no specific date for exit.”
According to her, there is not date fix yet, and an exit plan is currently being worked out, there is no need to worry
While a handful of Volunteers are yet to receive their March, April and even May stipends, the matter is currently being solved. All volunteers will be paid their entitlement before the week runs out
Affected volunteers are to email their details to NPVN, where reconciliation will be done. Apparently, new entrant of 400,000 person will also be discussed.
Highlights and Agenda of the Broadcast will include:
- Streamlining of Npower beneficiaries- Volunteers Currently Serving
- Date for New Registration of Batch C (400,000)
- The future of Npower as a Programme
- How Batch A will be Exited or Retained