According to an update by the Federal Ministry Of Youth And Sports Development, the enrollment of the N-Power Batch C beneficiaries will commence in November, 2020 Afriupdate understands.
As per file, ’25 opportunities that the Federal Government has provided for the youth’, posted on Sunday Dare, the Minister of Youth and Sports’ official Twitter handle, it was stated that the N-Power Batch C Recruitment which has gained massive interest from Nigerian youths, is “coming on next month”. As seen below:
The President Muhammadu Buhari led Federal Government has continued to implement programmes for empowering the youth with training, employment and entrepreneurship.
Here are 25 opportunities that the Federal Government has provided for the youth. pic.twitter.com/TQHFZDsrjW
— Sunday Dare (@SundayDareSD) October 18, 2020
It would be recalled Afriupdate had earlier reported that Sadiya Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development of Nigeria, restated that her ministry received over 5 million applications in well over one month.
N-POWER BATCH C ENROLLMENT – 400, 000 successful enrollees will be selected from the final application pool.
“The N-Power Batch C application portal closed on Sunday, August 9, 2020, after receiving over 5m applications. As we embark on the review process, efforts are in high gear to clear the stipends for Batch A and B before onboarding the new set of beneficiaries,” Farouq, had said in a tweet on her verified handle.
This online news Platform also reported that Farouq in August stated at the grand finale of events in commemoration of her ministry’s first year anniversary, in Abuja, the Nigerian capital city, that the ministry of Humanitarian Affairs ‘will ensure due diligence will be applied to ensure that only duly qualified applicants are enrolled for N-Power Batch C during the selection stage’.
“We have successfully exited the 500,000 Batch A and B beneficiaries and closed registration for Batch C with a total of 5,042,001 registrations received.
“As we move to the selection stage, the Ministry will ensure due diligence will be applied to ensure that only duly qualified applicants are enrolled,” Farouq had said.
With no further information provided on Batch C Selection Stage, youths of a country with a 27.1% unemployment rate are nervy.