BATCH C N-POWER REGISTRATION
AVAIL YOURSELVES OF THIS OPPORTUNITY, ABIA SIP BOSS TASKS UNEMPLOYED GRADUATES, TARGETS 40,000 ENROLLMENT
The Abia state focal person on social investment program, Mr. Chineneye Nwaogu has called on all Abia young unemployed graduates to avail themselves of the Batch C N–POWER online Registration exercise billed to commence on Friday, 26th June 2020, describing it as an ample opportunity for them to be meaningfully engaged, and be economically independent.
The special adviser to the Governor on inter-Governmental affairs made the call while addressing news men following his arrival from Abuja where he led the executive Members of body of State focal persons to a meeting with the Minister of Education, Hon. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba.
Mr. Nwaogu cautioned the applicants against fraudsters and impersonators, which according to him explains why his office has mobilized his officers to the 27 Local government areas of the state for a free, smooth and stress Free registration, and charged them to maximize the gesture, whence the program is in line with Governor Ikpeazu’s quest in job creation and unemployment eradication in the state.
He used the occasion to thank the beneficiaries of the Batches A and B of the program in the state for all their contributions and sacrifices especially in the area of N-Teach, N-Health and N-agro and Expressed optimism that the experiences and exposure, the program has availed them will make them better assets in the nation’s labor market.
The National Secretary, body of focal persons pointed out that the mobilization, sensitization and awareness created by his office ahead of the commencement of the registration of the Batch C of the N–Power in the State is to surpass the previous successes recorded in the state, adding that the state is targeting a minimum of 40,000 successful registrations.
He therefore called on the transition committee chairmen of the 17 LGAs of the state, party leaders, opinion moulders and key Holders in the Abia project to spread the message and to inject their support towards assisting our young graduates in queuing into the program.
The state SIP office, ably Led by Mr. Nwaogu had in 2016, maximized all available platforms to mobilize, register and engage a total of 3263 eligible Abia youths into the N–Power program, with an additional beneficiaries of over 11,000 in Nbuild, over 3000 in Ntech, and more than 1000 in Ncreative in the 2017 registration, with a regular monthly stipends of 30,000 Naira, a feat he has vowed to improve upon in the 2020 registration exercise.