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The Argument On 774,000 JOBS Laid To Rest – Lauretta Onochie

This is the Approved 2020 reversed budget and Nõ 25 specifically laid the argument to rest

The project was approved, appropriated, and domiciled in the National Directorate of Employment, NDE, for execution while other’s projects are domiciled in the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment.

The rule of law must be applied in everything we do under the current President, Muhammadu Buhari. As he is, so he expects all of us to be. Let’s abide by our laws.

The DG of NDE, Dr. Nasir Ladan, along with his team at the NDE, designed the programme and carried out the pilot scheme of the same programme in the selected eight states.

Let’s stop complicating simple issues by taking advantage of a docile media that does not investigate to inform Nigerians correctly.

NDE will complete the good job they started.
God bless Nigeria.

N-Power Update: Over 1,000,000 Registration Recorded So Far

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouk, gave an update on the Batch ‘C’ Registration exercise.

At 11.45pm.on June 26th, the At 11.45pm.on June 26th, the enrolment of Npower Batch C commenced via the online portal. I am happy to announce that young and eligible Nigerians responded positively and have been applying as expected.

The portal has been registering about 100 applications per second and as at 7:38 pm, we had received 1,001,045 applications.

Batch C affords us an opportunity to enrol a new set of beneficiaries who will be upskilled to prepare them for employability or entrepreneurship. It also offers us a pipeline of skilled workers who will be critical to jump starting the economy post-Covid-19

Out of the 500,000 beneficiaries enrolled in Batch A & B, about 109,823 have proceeded to establish businesses in their communities underlining the impact and imperative of @npower_ng programme.

I want to thank the outgoing beneficiaries of Batch A & B for their service. They have been worthy ambassadors of #NSIP and I look forward to many of them impacting the economy in positive ways.

As the Batch C application and enrolment continues, I look forward to more success stories of positive impact from young men and women who remain the hope and future of this country.