Candidates in the N-Power Batch C enrollment exercise are still writing their tests. Nigerian authorities have not announced the online tests’ closing date yet.
Recall that the Federal Government on March 11 released a link for N-Power Batch C applicants to take their test.
According to Sadiya Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Batch C is a continuation of the ongoing strategy and an extension of the Muhammadu Buhari administration's commitment to job creation and youth development.
While the test is still ongoing, AllNews noticed several complaints from candidates.
See some recent complaints below:
@Npower_Reps— Janet Kouava (@JKouava) March 28, 2021
Good evening Sir, I have been trying to log into my account but have been unable to. Attach is the response I've been receiving. What should I do? Thanks in anticipation. pic.twitter.com/mciJ4OnVoN
@npower_ng pls why is our portal still showing take test after the test have been taken and result displayed?— Obasun Ayodeji O (@o_obasun) March 28, 2021
The N-Power programme provides young Nigerians with job opportunities. It provided opportunities to over 500,000 Nigerians. In view of this, President Buhari approved the extension of the programme to 1 million new beneficiaries; 500, 000 per stream.
The N-Power programme will now be administered through the NASIMS which cuts across the whole value change of other programmes under the Ministry.
The programme is now positioned to be more strategic through the NASIMS.
Prospective beneficiaries will experience a verification process as well as transition and exit management plan through the NASIMS.
Those who applied for N-Power Batch C can now log into http://nasims.gov.ng to take their test and subsequently carry out the process.
[email protected] is the dedicated email address for complaints and enquiries.
The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs had said that it has taken stringent steps to ensure that the registration and verification as well as the onboarding process will be carried out online and on a centralised system.