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|N-power Beneficiaries' Challenging Question by Octech: 1:39am On Mar 25, 2017|
The greatest challenging question that torments me as a N-power beneficiary, especially as N-teach category is, what do this government plan to do with me @ the end of the two year's engagement? Push me back into the teaming labor market to start the job search all over again? These are the the questions people ask me every day and I can't find the answers to. For the other sectors; like the health and Agro, I can say, with small amount you can practice after acquiring the skills on your own, but how much can start up a licensed school for me? Please, some who know the government should find me answers to this question.
|Re: N-power Beneficiaries' Challenging Question by check2018: 3:33am On Mar 25, 2017|
I think the federal government can not relieve the beneficiaries like that. Is either they absorb the beneficiaries into the ministry depending on their area that is: Agric. Ministry, Health ministry, & Education ministry or they give them empowerment.
|Re: N-power Beneficiaries' Challenging Question by BAMSRAY(m): 5:09am On Mar 25, 2017|
i keep on askin my self dat sam question......if i rember s .just a scheme aftet stipulated time i wil start all over again.....i just pray evrtn wil work out fine i wil either get a gud job or federal govt wil considrr us an permanent it forever.....AMEN
|Re: N-power Beneficiaries' Challenging Question by K08(m): 8:31am On Mar 25, 2017|
I think the beneficiaries should start pushing this idea of absorption after the stipulated two years to the government now. The two years is ticking and running out gradually. It will not orgur well if at the end of the two years, the beneficiaries are sent back to the street looking for what to do.
|Re: N-power Beneficiaries' Challenging Question by nigeriancritic1(m): 9:42am On Mar 25, 2017|
Octech:WHAT DO YOU HOPE TO DO WITH YOUR LIFE? EVERYTHING GOVT.
|Re: N-power Beneficiaries' Challenging Question by Histrings08(m): 10:14am On Mar 25, 2017|
Ore, one step at a time.. There's a time that there's no hope, now the story has changed nd I can only assure u that with God, it will only get better... Just believe
|Re: N-power Beneficiaries' Challenging Question by kov624665(m): 10:52am On Mar 25, 2017|
As for me, I pray God help me as I make my plans.
I'm for N-agro, I'm still yet to taste my stipend. But I'm happy my name is always out on every list e.g I saw my name on the list at the ministry of Agric. I currently work as a Science teacher in a Private secondary where I earn little. But thank God I'm supervising WAEC exams as we speak, so that will add more to my pocket at the end (both from exam runs and WAEC official payment to supervisors). All of these monies plus about 90k Npower is owing me (Dec - March stipends ) can help me develop myself as I'm presently studying Computer networking (CISCO).
So it all depend on you as a person. Work towards your own plans, and Federal government's assistance at the end of Npower will be a plus. The mistakes during our NYSC year should be corrected now.
|Re: N-power Beneficiaries' Challenging Question by DrTims(m): 11:27am On Mar 25, 2017|
One needs to plan... Thats it
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