This post will provide latest news on dates and venues which 2017 NPower beneficiaries (NPower Health, NPower Teach, NPower Agro, NPower Health, NPower Tech[hardware/software]) in all states will pick-up their selected devices. If you remember, the devices selection options was previously made available in the NPVN Portal during the onboarding process.
List of NPower Device(Tablet) Types
All successful shortlisted NPower applicants/beneficiaries are provided various types of devices which will be used to carry out their duty at their respective place of primary assignment (PPA) . To know more about PPA and other Important information all 2017 beneficiaries are to take note of – Click HERE
The available devices beneficiaries are entitled to are
- Afrione 2 in 1 tab
- Zinox Zpad tablet
- Tecno pad
- Samsung Tab E
- RLG Tablet
- Floss Signatures tablets
- Speedstar Windows Tablet
- Brain Npower IPad 1
Document Needed to Collect NPower Devices
When the distribution of NPower devices commence, all beneficiaries are expected to present a some documents for verification in order to pick up their devices, below are some of the document that are to be presented at your pick up location;
Valid means of Identification (ID Card)
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More Details on Selection and Requirements for Deployment
The final selection lists broken down in States/Local Government Area (LGA) for each of the (3) N-Power component would be circulated to all focal persons in the states and FCT by July 20, 2018.
All successfully deployed N-Power beneficiaries in the second batch will be engaged for two-years starting from August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2020.
In order to qualify for their first monthly payment stipend of N30,000 by August 31, 2018, all deployed volunteers are expected to upload on their N-Power portal page their stamped and signed confirmation of resumption on or before Friday, August 10, 2018.
Through the N-Power scheme, hundreds of thousands of young, unemployed Nigerian graduates have been empowered through training and skills acquisition in different areas of public services, including education (N-Teach), health (N-Health), agriculture (N-Agro), and building/construction (N-Build).
Each N-Power beneficiary learns entrepreneurial skills to enable him become a business person and become a professional on his own, while beneficiaries are given electronic devices to enhance their work and paid a N30,000 monthly.