Transitioning:  Again, Sadiya Reveals Sectors to Accumulate Volunteers.

Transitioning: Again, Sadiya Reveals Sectors to Accumulate Volunteers: We are Gradually Transitioning you to the next level-Sadiya Umar

Letter: HM Sadiya Umar Farouq.

Dear Volunteers,

“As you all know, we are gradually transitioning you to the next level to make provision for others.

The goal is to keep you Npowered while positioning Nigeria at the core of the post covid-19 digital economy”

“Like we said earlier, as part of efforts to diversify the nation’s economy, we will be opening opportunities in the #services and #real sectors of the economy where many of you will be redeployed.

 Some key sectors for redeployment include.


*Agriculture & Agro processing

*Transport and Logistics

*Retail (e-commerce)

*Real Estate



*Information & Communication Technology (ICT)

*Creative industry

*Finance (agency banking)”

These and many more will be done in collaboration with the private sector and respective government agencies.

However, many of you will require special training and assessment to make the shift into some sectors.

All communication and training devices will be made available on the community platform. Share this information with all volunteers as we transition you all to the #NextLevel”


Npower Mega Protest: Live Updates from Abuja-Stay with Us

We will keep you updated, all pictures and happening will be made known to you in this platform

All is set for the Maga Protest Schedule for Today Thursday, 9th July 2020, the world must know all the plight faced by volunteers and the quest for permanency must be achieved

The Lawmakers are reluctant to proposed that Bill that will clearly state the permanency status of Batch A and B.

A bill, spearheaded by Bauchi South Senatorial district and a Rep from Lagos state, Senator Lawal Yahaya Gumau and Wole Diya, has been swept under the carpet, for reasons unknown

The lawmakers are no longer in touch with volunteers as disengagement plan continues to gain ground

Batch A and B volunteers received a text message from a concern NASS staff as regard to the Permanency Bill. According to him, even if the bill gets discussed, it will not see the light of the days as the presidency has given a “no going back in regard to disengagement”

Npower Volunteers in FCT will come out in Mass to protest this evil today at the national Assemble compound

Beneficiaries in Abuja should come out in mass, as police force has been notified, it will be peaceful and violent-free It will be the most defining moment in the lives of all npower volunteers


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