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N-power: Why We Are Carrying Out BVN Validation Of Participants – FG

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N-power: Why We Are Carrying Out BVN Validation Of Participants – FG

N-power: Why We Are Carrying Out BVN Validation Of Participants – FG

N-power: Why We Are Carrying Out BVN Validation Of Participants – FG

​The Federal Government has explained why it’s carrying out validation of BVN of participants on its empowerment scheme, N-Power.

In a statement on the scheme’s website, Federal Government disclosed that the validation process was to avoid past issues where participants were not paid their allowances.

Government also restated its commitment towards a fair and transparent process of the scheme.

The statement reads, “Good morning,

“The aim of BVN validation is to avoid the current situation faced by some of the existing beneficiaries who have had issues with payment.

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“Once again, when the BVN validation is done, a TEXT MESSAGE will be sent to your phone numbers to either proceed to the assessment test phase or not.

“N-Power NG remains committed to a fair and transparent process.

“N-TAX and N-Health Assessment Tests will continue. N-Agro has NOT commenced yet but will commence at a date to be communicated later.”

ABOUT N-Power NG

Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development. Despite the current high level of unemployment, harnessing Nigeria’s young demography through appropriate skill development efforts provides an opportunity to achieve inclusion and productivity within the country. Large-scale skill development is the main policy thrust of the N-Power Programme.

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N-Power is also linked to the Federal Government’s policies in the economic, employment and social development arenas. N-Power addresses the challenge of youth unemployment by providing a structure for large scale and relevant work skills acquisition and development while linking its core and outcomes to fixing inadequate public services and stimulating the larger economy. The modular programmes under N-Power will ensure that each participant will learn and practice most of what is necessary to find or create work. The N-Power Volunteer Corp involves a massive deployment of 500,000 trained graduates who will assist to improve the inadequacies in our public services in education, health and civic education. Some of these graduates will also help in actualising Nigeria’s economic and strategic aspirations of achieving food security and self-sufficiency.

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