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N-Power Recruitment Exercise Extended To 27th July, Register Now



N-Power Recruitment Exercise Extended To 27th July, Register Now

N-Power Application: Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo has extended registration for 2017 N-Power application by two weeks.

The application portal will now close on Thursday, July 27, 2017.

Osinbajo announced this on Friday when he visited the N-Power Call Center in Abuja, where some youths were given tablets to facilitate their jobs.

The Acting President also revealed that about 2.3million individuals had already applied for engagement under the scheme.


“Already 200,000 young people have been engaged. And since the programme was opened another 2.3 million have applied and we are looking at the next phase of engagement.

“Politicians collecting information is their problem. We have said again and again, that the only application we recognize is done online.”

“But for me I think what is important is that we are able to do this incrementally and we are able to give hope to some of these young people who need the opportunity.


“We will never always be able to do everything but I think that it is important that we do as much as we can.

“You will recall that the target was 500,000 but depending on our resources we can always do more but the target for now is 500,000.

“But what I want to say to the young people working on this is that, if we take the opportunity for instance if you look at the tablet given to them, the tablet contains so much information, so much learning material that one can really develop his skills in a wide variety of ways and be able to give himself greater opportunity,” Osinbajo said.

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The IGP revealed this on Thursday, during the official commissioning of the Nasarawa State new Police Headquarters in Lafia.

“Apart from the problem of manpower, we would also do everything possible to provide logistics to all our command in the country,” he said.

Idris also called on the members of the publi,c to support the police by giving them useful information in order to carry out their duties effectively.

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Babandede made this known yesterday during a chat with the media.

According to him, the current recruitment drive was meant to fill the shortfall of slots left after the service had re-absorbed 888 of 2,000 officers engaged in May 2015, who were later disengaged in August of the same year.

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