The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development have officially informed the general public that registration of Batch ‘C’ of N-Power has closed on Sunday 9th of August, 2020.
The registration which commenced on the 26th of June 2020 was initially scheduled to end on the 26th of July but was extended by two weeks to avail those that were yet to apply the opportunity to do so.
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A total of five million, forty-two thousand and one (5,042,001) Nigerian Youths have applied as at the end of the exercise.
The Nasarawa State Government through its N-Power Implementing Office, took to its Facebook page to announce and indicate a commitment to ensure that her indigenes participate fully in the scheme.
The announcement reads: “In furtherance to the commitment of Nasarawa State Government to ensure maximum participation of her indigenes into the scheme, the Nasarawa State N-Power Implementing Office wishes to inform the N-Power Batch ‘C’ applicants to focus on incoming mails and SMS between this period of awaiting test.
“Accordingly, All Batch ‘C’ applicants are to take the following measures into consideration to avoid missing vital information on the date of the test:
i. Ensure your email address is active and is frequently checked;
ii. Ensure incoming messages are properly checked before deleting to avoid loss of information that may be of help;
iii. When a mail or SMS relating to the correspondence is received and requires applicant’s attention for the online test, ensure you are fully prepared to enable the applicant to attempt the questions in the best manner.
“Time slotting is used for each applicant as sent in the mail or SMS. Thus, one cannot log in after the expiration of the time allotted to him; and applicants’ time begins to read as soon you log in, lasting at most 20 minutes.
“On this note, the general public is requested to give this information the attention and seriousness it deserves and ensure its widest circulation, please”.
Imran Usman Jibrin,
SSA to Nasarawa State Governor on Humanitarian Services/Focal Person,
Nasarawa State Social Intervention Programme.