The federal government has published guidelines to help N-Power Batch C applicants who may be facing trouble in the registration process.
The guidelines were published by the ministry of humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development, via its Twitter handle on Monday, March 22.
According to the ministry, N-Power Batch C applicants having challenges in the online enrollment are urged to follow the following steps:
1. For those unable to validate BVN - Ensure that the correct date of birth as registered with Bank Verification Number (BVN)/bank is imputed in the online application.
2. For applicants unable to upload profiles – Candidates are advised to try again after several hours as this could be a network issue.
3. When the account has been blocked when trying to take a test – The ministry said applicants are allowed a maximum of three attempts to take the online test after which test account will be blocked.
The ministry further explained that after the initial three attempts, the test account will be opened after six hours for one final try.
4. For applicants who cannot find test score after taking the test – FG advises candidates to click the final submit button after providing answers to questions
5. Regarding resetting passwords - The ministry urged applicants to wait for a few hours and try again.
Legit.ng had earlier reported that the federal government said it has begun the selection process for applicants who indicated interest to be employed under the N-Power Batch C.
The minister of humanitarian affairs disaster management and social development, Sadiya Farouq, made this known on Thursday, March 11, via a thread of tweets.
She said the ministry has taken stringent steps to ensure that the registration, verification and onboarding process would be carried out online and on a centralised system.
In another report, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Monday, March 15, has released the Labor Force Statistics: Unemployment and Underemployment Report for the fourth quarter of 2020.
The report indicates that Nigeria's unemployment rate jumped to 33.3% in the period under review. This implies that 23 million people are now actively jobless in Nigeria.