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Npower Update: N-power Second Batch List of Successful Shortlisted Applicant: www.npower.gov.ng

N-power Second Batch List of Successful Shortlisted Applicant

We noticed that many applicants missed the online screening exercise as many as been sending messages, complaining that they didn’t participate on the N-Power online screening test.

We have been receiving calls from applicants about the N-Power proggrame and those who missed their date of their test.

For those that missed the first N-Power online screening test, we have good news for you.

Here we will direct you on how you can take part on the ongoing screening exercise as the portal has been open for those that missed their screening to take part.

Those who miss the online aptitude test log on to www.portal.npowergov.ng/test/login using phone number as your password and your surname as user id to have your assessment test. You have to be fast with it because of the limited time they gave.

You can pass this information across to anyone you know that missed his or her first online assessment test. All has been set to publish the second batch of the N-Power Phase II.

The N-power Second Batch list of successful shortlisted applicants is expected by the entire applicant who did not see their names in the first batch. it is no longer news that the first batch of the N-Power programme has been released some weeks back in November 2016, and their account update is currently ongoing but we will tell you more about the first released list as the N-power Second Batch will soon be released.

The npower programe statrted since June 2016 and the federal Government has made some options that i will like you applicant who apply for the programme to know.

Focal Persons for the npower programme

The federal government has recently appointed focal persons as sole representative of the programme in each state the country. The state will in turn provide place of primary assignment for all selected applicants. The place of primary assignment for Focal Persons as they will not be left out, they will be send to schools, primary health centre and agriculture centres.

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