- The federal government has released channels for contacting the N-Power programme
- FG listed seven different channels N-Power participants can get information or make inquiry on the programme
- The federal government also urged all applicants who applied for -Health to log into the website to write their tests
The Nigerian government has released the different ways N-Power participants can contact it for inquiries.
The federal government in a recent description on the official twitter page of the N-Power programme said listed seven official social media channels for participants to use.
Below are the list of N-Power social media channels:
1. Facebook - NPowerng
2. Twitter - @npower_ng
3. Instagram - @npower_ng
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4. Nairaland - NPowerNG
5. Telegram - NPower NG
6 - Youtube - N-Power NG
7. Whatsapp only - 09096245802
Also, the federal government reacting to claims by some of the N-Health applicants over their inability to receive SMS notification from the programme urged affected applicants to visit its website.
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"We have sent SMS to all N-Power applicants but we understand that some people have not received it,"
So, if you applied for N-Health and you have not written your assessment tests, please log in to write your test with your BVN and phone number.
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If you are unable to log in, please note that your BVN records do not match your application. So your application journey has come to an end," the federal government said.
Legit.ng earlier reported that the federal government had explained why it was carrying out a validation exercise on the Bio-metric Verification Number (BVN) made available by participants.
FG said the validation process is exercise will help the programme eliminate issues of non payment of participants' salaries.
See N-Power tweets below:
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