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Npower news today 8th March 2023

Npower news today 8th March 2023

Npower news today – In this article, we will update current Npower recipients and potential Npower volunteers on how to recognize and avoid scams involving the Npower program.

The Npower initiative is well-known as an effective means of empowering many young Nigerians in recent years, despite the management’s lax approach to ensuring the program’s best possible outcome.

The Npower program was created by the government of Nigeria to give its participants the tools they need to find gainful employment or start their own businesses. The recipients are enlisted for a year of service and training, during which they receive a stipend to help them accomplish their obligations.

Although this program is only set up to run for a single year, new beneficiaries are meant to be added annually; however, this does not appear to be the case, and existing recipients are also experiencing delays in receiving their stipend payments. Motive enough for con artists to work on new methods of taking advantage of the trusting nature of Npower’s volunteers.

But, the purpose of this article is to inform you, as a Npower volunteer or prospective Npower candidate, of how to remain scam vigilant and prevent things that will let you get scammed:

1) Never pay somebody to take the Npower exam! In case you were hoping to take the Npower exam, there isn’t one happening right now.

Npower is not accepting any new applications at this time. As a result, false versions of the Npower recruitment portal should be avoided.

Thirdly, you should never pay someone to help you resolve problems with unpaid stipends. Please contact the Npower support team regarding the relevant stipends payment issue so the matter can be resolved in a timely manner.

Read How to Represent Your State as NJFP’s State Focal Point if you’re interested in learning more about this.

Included below are the NSIP’s contact information for inquiries, should you have any problems with Npower:

Send an email to npowerinfo@nsip.gov.ng.

Get in touch via Whatsapp at: 07030859183

Call 0700 CALL NSIP OR 070022556747 for complaints and questions.

Israel Wellington Jeremiah
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