Npower Volunteers That Won’t Get the CBN Loan/Batch C Applicants That Won’t Be Shortlisted

Npower Volunteers That Won’t Get the CBN Loan/Batch C Applicants That Won’t Be Shortlisted: The Npower programme is surely not for everyone out there, there are persons that will not benefit from the programme even though they participate in the test and scored 100%

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Similarly, there are some Batch A and B disengaged volunteers waiting for the CBN loan to start their business, some will not get the loan. A hybrid computer system will effectively used BVN and other unknown measure to check these persons out


This article pin points some of these batch C applicants and Batch A and B disengaged volunteers that would be on-boarding and CBN loan respectively

See Some Npower Batch C Prospective Applicants That Would BE denied Shortlisting

Those who applied but did not have the required documents to back their application.

Exited Npower Volunteers


Applicants above 35 years might be disqualified because the age limit for Npower Programme is 18 to 35.

Those gainfully employed under Government or private sector

Those who are benefiting from other government programmes like NYSC, Nexit etc.

Those who failed to follow up on the recruitment instructions for instance: participating in the NASIMS test and other subsequent proceedings.

Npower Batch A and B Volunteers That Would be Denied the CBN NEXIT Loan

Those volunteers who collected Covid-19 loan

Those volunteers who collected Nigeria Youth Investment Fund Loan

Those volunteers who took the Agri-Business Small and Medium Enterprise Investment (AGSMEIS)  

Those volunteers who are among the 30,000 Agro-enumerators programme, they are already given a permanent job by the federal Government

Those volunteers (about 200,000) that will be chosen as SANEF agent will not benefit from the CBN loan. 200,000 volunteers of Batch A will be engaged as financial services operators under the Shared Agent Network Expansion Facility (SANEF), anchored by the Central Bank of Nigeria


  1. Those 30000 agric enumerators that federal government claimed to have given permanent job, where is their appointment letter to ascertain that?


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