- More Nigerians in no time will be employed to start working in the civil service under the N-Power platform
- The federal government has disclosed that it has begun the enrolment process for all shortlisted applicants
- This was announced by the ministry of humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development
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Abuja - According to the ministry of humanitarian affairs, disaster management, and social development on Sunday, June 6, the federal government has begun enrolment for N-Power Batch C members.
The good news was announced by Bashir Alkali, the permanent secretary in the ministry, The Nation reports.
Alkali who spoke in Abuja on Sunday about the ongoing exercise disclosed that the ministry is at the stage of verifying the email addresses of applicants.
He, therefore, advised all shortlisted applicants to check their email addresses for confirmation and more information, adding that they should visit the website, www.nasims.gov.ng, to enter their biometric data.
Moreover, successful applicants are to contact N-Power helplines on 018888340 or 018888189 or send email for support to: email@example.com for other enquiries.
FG speaks on enrolment for N-Power Batch C members
Earlier, the government said it had begun the selection process for applicants who indicated interest to be employed under the N-Power Batch C.
The minister, 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.
The minister noted that as part of measures to make the selection process seamless and transparent, a portal, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has been launched for ease of coordination, deployment and management.
She noted all applicants have been migrated onto the NASIMS platform, adding they would be required to undergo a mandatory online test as part of the selection process.
Farouq noted that the Batch C programme would run for 12 months, stressing that each beneficiary would be paid a monthly stipend of N30,000.