Transition Commenced: CBN, BOA, BOI to Engage Volunteers- FMHDS

Volunteers to Submit Details to State SIP OfficesFMHDS

See https://myeduproject.com.ng/transitioning-batch-a-b-psychometric-test-past-questions-and-answers

Transition Commenced: CBN, BOA, BOI to Engage Volunteers- FMHDS: Sequel to the announcement made by Hajiya Sadiya Farouq, on the Transition of Volunteers into various opportunities.

The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has commenced the transitioning of volunteers of Batch A and B into government entrepreneurship schemes and engaging private sector bodies to absorb volunteers

The Message Read thus:

1. The Federal Government of Nigeria, through the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has commenced the disengagement of NPower Batch A and B, who have been on the scheme since 2016 and 2018.

2. The Ministry is requesting for names, email, phone numbers of all those NPower volunteers who had earlier exited the NPower programme before now, their sector of engagement and reason for their early exit.

3. The Ministry is also working out plans with CBN, BOI, BOA, on various opportunities that would enable exiting NPower beneficiaries to be self-reliant and have consequently requested interested NPower volunteers, to forward to the focal person their email,addresses, names and phone numbers.

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4. In keeping with the state COVID19 guidelines on public gathering, NPower volunteers are expected to send in their details to States Focal Officers

Though some states have made it easy for the NPower volunteers by not doing the screening physically, some states are still conducting physical screening. If your state is conducting a physical screening, please take the following safety precaution:

1) Wear a face mask
2) Maintain social distancing
3) Sanitize your hands before going out and wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water when back from the screening.

See https://myeduproject.com.ng/npower-permanency-movedrop-your-signature-as-bill-goes-next-reading

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The Federal Government has made committing to the continuation and expansion of batch A and B into entrepreneurship schemes

Skills acquisition for entrepreneurship and job creation will catapult the youths into viable opportunities the youths of the 21st century economy

Govt Entrepreneurship schemes:

  • Tailoring
  • Banks
  • Auditing and Accounting Firms
  • Industries
  • ICT Professionals
  • Cinemas
  • Large Café and Restaurants

Daily Times Twitter Survey: 95% Supported Permanency of Volunteers

The Federal Government is Testing the “Water” to see what npower volunteers really wanted

Although many claims Dailytimes Nigeria Survey is a private led initiative, but sources have it that, the Federal Government contracted them secretly to gather data regarding volunteers’ demands

The last protest structs fears and criticism in the heart of government, who promised to create 100 million sustainable jobs,

 Relieving 500,000 Npower volunteers is a signal of “Lack of Trust”, which might spell doom for the APC only notable achievement so far

Should Volunteers be Given Permanent Appointment?

Dailytimes Nig. is Conducting Survey

Daily Times Nigeria (@DailyTimesNGR) Tweeted:

Should the federal government absorb all #NPower beneficiaries and give them permanent employment?

State the reason for your answer in the comment section https://t.co/tqdm2RPxbL

https://t.co/off5VbwQxn

See result in Brief:

95% say Yes FG should Absorbed Volunteers

Less than 4% Went for GEEP loan

Others

See result https://t.co/tqdm2RPxbL

https://t.co/off5VbwQxn

Be Rest Assured, You Will be Paid-Npower

Adding to the Assurance given by the spoke person to the President, Mr. Femi Adesina has made it clear on Channels TV regarding Npower Volunteers Stipends

The Official Face Book Handle ha once again assured all volunteers to be rest assured as all their stipends will be paid

Volunteers in their large numbers rushed the official of the Programme on Facebook, demanding owed stipends

The Federal Government under the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has disengaged batch A and B volunteers, but still owing them months of Stipends

Lately, volunteers had embarked on protests, hoping for a reversal of the disengagement plan on ground, but the matter is “hanging on the air”.

The Federal Government is considering providing skills acquisition for entrepreneurship and job creation programme called “Transition”, that will catapult the youths into viable opportunities the youths of the 21st century economy

We’ll Pay Exited Volunteers Next Week- Femi Adesina Channels TV

The spoke person to the President, Mr. Femi Adesina has made it clear on Channels TV, Friday, the 7th of August 2020, that all exited Npower volunteers will be paid not later than next week

The presidential spoke-man made it clear on the position of government to the exited volunteers, in his precise words, “there is no going back, disengaged volunteers are already exited”

Government cannot continue to pay 500,000 volunteers for life, others will be given same opportunities

He disclosed that, the batch C registration has shown that, more Nigerians are willing to have skills, as shown by the numbers of applications received

Before the end of next week, all volunteers would have been paid, we have strategized and modified means to pay all the Exited volunteers without flagging of account

“He disclosed that, the batch C registration has shown that, more Nigerians are willing to have skills, as shown by the numbers of applications received

Before the end of next week, all volunteers would have been paid, we have strategized and modified means to pay all the Exited volunteers without flagging of account, the presidential adviser added

The president’s spokesman said the issues the protesters were demonstrating about such as insecurity, corruption, poverty, and rights abuse were not peculiar to Nigeria and so the protests were misguided.

He said the N-Power programme, which gives unemployed youths temporary jobs and monthly stipends was one of the ways the government was addressing joblessness.

Adesina added that the President recognizes the problems but they cannot be addressed in one fell swoop.

When asked if the clampdown on protests would continue Adesina noted that the government will do whatever is right, whatever is required to maintain peace in the country”

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