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2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Digitalfinga: 3:54pm On Aug 02, 2018
[/font]Leadership of the 2016 beneficiaries of the Federal Government youth empowerment scheme, N-Power on Wednesday convened a meeting to evaluate some issues related to their demand for permanency in civil service.
CNR Nigeria had earlier reported that 2016 N-Power leadership group will meet to evaluate the issues raised by a top N-Power official, Afolabi Imoukhuede regarding government position on their agitation to be converted into the permanent staff of federal civil service at the expiration of their two-year period in the scheme.
The group who met at an undisclosed location in Lagos comprised of 3 representatives from each state of the federation and agreed to be known and addressed as 'G-111 for Permanency'.
READ ALSO: 2019: Fear Grips 2017 N-Power Beneficiaries as Buhari, APC's Future looks Gloomy After Mass Defection
In a communiqué issued at end of the one-day meeting in Lagos and signed by its President, Abdulwaheed Ahmed, its Publicity Secretary, Bolanle Abiodun, and National Secretary, Uchenna Ogaranya, the group said it had reviewed the position of the Federal Government on their agitation as represented by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Job Creation, Afolabi Imoukhuede during a recent Facebook live chat.
It said that though the programme was originally scheduled to accommodate beneficiaries for a stated period of two years, it has prepared and equip beneficiaries with relevant and useful skills as the most qualified people to fill the numerous vacant positions occasioned by increasingly inadequate staff in their respective PPAs.
"We are aware that the Federal Government N-Power programme has a defined period of time it can accommodate beneficiaries. However, it is our considered position that since beneficiaries have within their stay in the scheme learn enormous skills and competence to provide quality service in teaching, healthcare, and agriculture sectors, they have qualified to be absorbed into the system currently suffering from acute staff shortage.
"Beneficiaries who teach in our primary and secondary schools across the country will attest to the fact that pupils and student are not happy about losing their teachers who have effectively impacted them with knowledge through out their fruitful stay in the schools. The story is the same in our Primary Heath Centres and Agric Extension offices in every Local Government of the Federation.
"We maintain our carefully considered view that it is only by absorbing the 2016 beneficiaries that their good work and excellent performances can be consolidated and sustained. Throwing them back into the streets to start roaming for unavailable job will amount to the greatest disservice any responsible and people-oriented government can do to the citizens.
"The Federal Government, under the able leadership of our amiable President Mohammadu Buhari and his Deputy, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo must pay deserving attention to our demand and act accordingly because if we lose, Nigeria and Nigerians lose; alternately, our conversion will mean great victory for both the APC-led Federal Government and the good people of Nigeria.
"For now, we are not interested in the proposed exit package as hinted by Mr. Afolabi Imoukhuede as it is not clear to us what the idea is all about. Exit Package in whatever form or guess, can only benefit us individually but Permanency will service Nigerians.
"We have no intention of taking any form of mass action against a government that have benefitted us so much. Our agitation remains peaceful and persuasive; and based on reason, facts and figures.
"We enjoins our members in all the 36 States and the FCT to continue announcing it to all relevant authorities in the land, the very need to retain us in the federal civil service. We appreciate all who have been writing open letters to the relevant authorities as well as those who have been publishing well written articles online. Our pillar is God Almighty and we shall give Him praise at last", the communiqué read.
2016 N-Power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist on Permanency[font=Lucida Sans Unicode]Leadership of the 2016 beneficiaries of the Federal Government youth empowerment scheme, N-Power on Wednesday convened a meeting to evaluate some issues related to their demand for permanency in civil service.
CNR Nigeria had earlier reported that 2016 N-Power leadership group will meet to evaluate the issues raised by a top N-Power official, Afolabi Imoukhuede regarding government position on their agitation to be converted into the permanent staff of federal civil service at the expiration of their two-year period in the scheme.
The group who met at an undisclosed location in Lagos comprised of 3 representatives from each state of the federation and agreed to be known and addressed as 'G-111 for Permanency'.
READ ALSO: 2019: Fear Grips 2017 N-Power Beneficiaries as Buhari, APC's Future looks Gloomy After Mass Defection
In a communiqué issued at end of the one-day meeting in Lagos and signed by its President, Abdulwaheed Ahmed, its Publicity Secretary, Bolanle Abiodun, and National Secretary, Uchenna Ogaranya, the group said it had reviewed the position of the Federal Government on their agitation as represented by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Job Creation, Afolabi Imoukhuede during a recent Facebook live chat.
It said that though the programme was originally scheduled to accommodate beneficiaries for a stated period of two years, it has prepared and equip beneficiaries with relevant and useful skills as the most qualified people to fill the numerous vacant positions occasioned by increasingly inadequate staff in their respective PPAs.
"We are aware that the Federal Government N-Power programme has a defined period of time it can accommodate beneficiaries. However, it is our considered position that since beneficiaries have within their stay in the scheme learn enormous skills and competence to provide quality service in teaching, healthcare, and agriculture sectors, they have qualified to be absorbed into the system currently suffering from acute staff shortage.
"Beneficiaries who teach in our primary and secondary schools across the country will attest to the fact that pupils and student are not happy about losing their teachers who have effectively impacted them with knowledge through out their fruitful stay in the schools. The story is the same in our Primary Heath Centres and Agric Extension offices in every Local Government of the Federation.
"We maintain our carefully considered view that it is only by absorbing the 2016 beneficiaries that their good work and excellent performances can be consolidated and sustained. Throwing them back into the streets to start roaming for unavailable job will amount to the greatest disservice any responsible and people-oriented government can do to the citizens.
"The Federal Government, under the able leadership of our amiable President Mohammadu Buhari and his Deputy, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo must pay deserving attention to our demand and act accordingly because if we lose, Nigeria and Nigerians lose; alternately, our conversion will mean great victory for both the APC-led Federal Government and the good people of Nigeria.
"For now, we are not interested in the proposed exit package as hinted by Mr. Afolabi Imoukhuede as it is not clear to us what the idea is all about. Exit Package in whatever form or guess, can only benefit us individually but Permanency will service Nigerians.
"We have no intention of taking any form of mass action against a government that have benefitted us so much. Our agitation remains peaceful and persuasive; and based on reason, facts and figures.
"We enjoins our members in all the 36 States and the FCT to continue announcing it to all relevant authorities in the land, the very need to retain us in the federal civil service. We appreciate all who have been writing open letters to the relevant authorities as well as those who have been publishing well written articles online. Our pillar is God Almighty and we shall give Him praise at last", the communiqué read.
2016 N-Power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist on Permanency
Leadership of the 2016 beneficiaries of the Federal Government youth empowerment scheme, N-Power on Wednesday convened a meeting to evaluate some issues related to their demand for permanency in civil service.
CNR Nigeria had earlier reported that 2016 N-Power leadership group will meet to evaluate the issues raised by a top N-Power official, Afolabi Imoukhuede regarding government position on their agitation to be converted into the permanent staff of federal civil service at the expiration of their two-year period in the scheme.
The group who met at an undisclosed location in Lagos comprised of 3 representatives from each state of the federation and agreed to be known and addressed as 'G-111 for Permanency'.
READ ALSO: 2019: Fear Grips 2017 N-Power Beneficiaries as Buhari, APC's Future looks Gloomy After Mass Defection
In a communiqué issued at end of the one-day meeting in Lagos and signed by its President, Abdulwaheed Ahmed, its Publicity Secretary, Bolanle Abiodun, and National Secretary, Uchenna Ogaranya, the group said it had reviewed the position of the Federal Government on their agitation as represented by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Job Creation, Afolabi Imoukhuede during a recent Facebook live chat.
It said that though the programme was originally scheduled to accommodate beneficiaries for a stated period of two years, it has prepared and equip beneficiaries with relevant and useful skills as the most qualified people to fill the numerous vacant positions occasioned by increasingly inadequate staff in their respective PPAs.
"We are aware that the Federal Government N-Power programme has a defined period of time it can accommodate beneficiaries. However, it is our considered position that since beneficiaries have within their stay in the scheme learn enormous skills and competence to provide quality service in teaching, healthcare, and agriculture sectors, they have qualified to be absorbed into the system currently suffering from acute staff shortage.
"Beneficiaries who teach in our primary and secondary schools across the country will attest to the fact that pupils and student are not happy about losing their teachers who have effectively impacted them with knowledge through out their fruitful stay in the schools. The story is the same in our Primary Heath Centres and Agric Extension offices in every Local Government of the Federation.
"We maintain our carefully considered view that it is only by absorbing the 2016 beneficiaries that their good work and excellent performances can be consolidated and sustained. Throwing them back into the streets to start roaming for unavailable job will amount to the greatest disservice any responsible and people-oriented government can do to the citizens.
"The Federal Government, under the able leadership of our amiable President Mohammadu Buhari and his Deputy, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo must pay deserving attention to our demand and act accordingly because if we lose, Nigeria and Nigerians lose; alternately, our conversion will mean great victory for both the APC-led Federal Government and the good people of Nigeria.
"For now, we are not interested in the proposed exit package as hinted by Mr. Afolabi Imoukhuede as it is not clear to us what the idea is all about. Exit Package in whatever form or guess, can only benefit us individually but Permanency will service Nigerians.
"We have no intention of taking any form of mass action against a government that have benefitted us so much. Our agitation remains peaceful and persuasive; and based on reason, facts and figures.
"We enjoins our members in all the 36 States and the FCT to continue announcing it to all relevant authorities in the land, the very need to retain us in the federal civil service. We appreciate all who have been writing open letters to the relevant authorities as well as those who have been publishing well written articles online. Our pillar is God Almighty and we shall give Him praise at last", the communiqué read.
2016 N-Power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist on Permanency
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by dollytino4real(f): 4:29pm On Aug 02, 2018
Ok I like dis news

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Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nbote(m): 5:58pm On Aug 02, 2018
U ppl are either plain dumb or outright clowns... Right from d onset d terms and conditions were listed and U guys went ahead to sign d forms and now U are insisting on permanency? As wat? What happens to d nxt batch ?

asuustrike2009:

That they signed a two year contract doesn't mean it can't be renewed. They should be absorbed especially those that have performed well especially those in Nteach. Many government schools lack teachers

Of all d mentions I got only U reasoned well... No doubt d best thing would have been to retain and absorb dem into d civil service. But now here's d issue, it is a policy dat had already been drafted out and it's terms and conditions were clearly spelt out to applicants before dey applied. Dey asking for permanency would definitely affect subsequent batches becos every other batch coming thru shld also get permanency. It will not b sustainable for d govt on d long run.. Dat is jus d reality...

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Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by TechConsult: 6:13pm On Aug 02, 2018
It's better for the Government
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Yksoul(m): 6:35pm On Aug 02, 2018
WHAT THIS GOVRNMNT SHOULD KNOW IS IF THE 2016 N-POWER BENEFICIARIES ARE FINALLY EMPLOYED THEN IT WOULD BE A HUGE SCORE CARD AND CAMPAIGN BLUE PRINT IN 2019 I TELL YOU

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Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Yksoul(m): 6:37pm On Aug 02, 2018
WHAT THIS GOVRNMNT SHOULD KNOW IS IF THE 2016 N-POWER BENEFICIARIES ARE FINALLY EMPLOYED THEN IT WOULD BE A HUGE SCORE CARD AND CAMPAIGN BLUE PRINT IN 2019 I TELL YOU.NOW THING ABOUT THE 200,000 VOTES ALREADY ON GROUND AND THE VOTES OF THE FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE BENEFICIARIES IN ALL THE FEDERATION.....
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Yksoul(m): 9:11pm On Aug 02, 2018
we dont know how FG will see to this
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Samson0599: 11:55pm On Aug 02, 2018
Nbote:
U ppl are either plain dumb or outright clowns... Right from d onset d terms and conditions were listed and U guys went ahead to sign d forms and now U are insisting on permanency? As wat? What happens to d nxt batch ?
ENEMY OF PROGRESS SPOTTED,I think you are both a plain and an outright clown.....how has a plea for permanency affect the next batch,mumu so u don't know that whatever happens to 2016batch will happen to 2017 batch.I just wonder the way some youths think sha

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Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nobody: 1:49am On Aug 03, 2018
Nbote:
U ppl are either plain dumb or outright clowns... Right from d onset d terms and conditions were listed and U guys went ahead to sign d forms and now U are insisting on permanency? As wat? What happens to d nxt batch ?
That they signed a two year contract doesn't mean it can't be renewed. They should be absorbed especially those that have performed well especially those in Nteach. Many government schools lack teachers

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Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nobody: 5:58am On Aug 03, 2018
Yksoul:
WHAT THIS GOVRNMNT SHOULD KNOW IS IF THE 2016 N-POWER BENEFICIARIES ARE FINALLY EMPLOYED THEN IT WOULD BE A HUGE SCORE CARD AND CAMPAIGN BLUE PRINT IN 2019 I TELL YOU
who now pays them,have you forgotten that primary n secondary schools are mostly controlled by states n lga?

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Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nobody: 6:00am On Aug 03, 2018
Samson0599:

ENEMY OF PROGRESS SPOTTED,I think you are both a plain and an outright clown.....how has a plea for permanency affect the next batch,mumu so u don't know that whatever happens to 2016batch will happen to 2017 batch.I just wonder the way some youths think sha
oga u r been myopic how do u now want fg to pay state government bills n moreover so many state indegenes will be cheat
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Ogunleti01(m): 6:58am On Aug 03, 2018
Nbote:
U ppl are either plain dumb or outright clowns... Right from d onset d terms and conditions were listed and U guys went ahead to sign d forms and now U are insisting on permanency? As wat? What happens to d nxt batch ?
And must you spew trash before making sense nii nitori olorun!!!

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Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Ogunleti01(m): 7:06am On Aug 03, 2018
otuekong1:
oga u r been myopic how do u now want fg to pay state government bills n moreover so many state indegenes will be cheat
See pure mumuizm "how do you want federal FG to pay State government bills" Ask very well who pays the salary of teachers under SUBEB
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by lereinter(m): 7:07am On Aug 03, 2018
asuustrike2009:

That they signed a two year contract doesn't mean it can't be renewed. They should be absorbed especially those that have performed well especially those in Nteach. Many government schools lack teachers

then they should apply through tescom

nigerian youths behaving like politicians

a good youth should ve just chosen nbuild where he learns something within 3 mths

not the illusion 2yrs prog

so someone with hnd marketing should be employed as govt teacher
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nbote(m): 7:38am On Aug 03, 2018
Yksoul:
WHAT THIS GOVRNMNT SHOULD KNOW IS IF THE 2016 N-POWER BENEFICIARIES ARE FINALLY EMPLOYED THEN IT WOULD BE A HUGE SCORE CARD AND CAMPAIGN BLUE PRINT IN 2019 I TELL YOU

D same score it still gets if it takes in anoda successful batch of applicants... In as much as it's wat makes sense to U guys but it isn't viable on d long run... They'll either have to retain dis batch and scrap d program or continue it in batches becos it's not sustainable. Every other batch incoming will also get d same permanency except U are saying it's jus for d first batch.
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Samson0599: 7:43am On Aug 03, 2018
otuekong1:
oga u r been myopic how do u now want fg to pay state government bills n moreover so many state indegenes will be cheat
Look at this boy,I guess u don't know the meaning of being myopic. What is even ur concern abt this matter or are u now the mouthpiece of the Fed.Govt. Besides who told you they don't employ frequently (in-house). Another enemy of progress spotted
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Samson0599: 7:48am On Aug 03, 2018
Nbote:


D same score it still gets if it takes in anoda successful batch of applicants... In as much as it's wat makes sense to U guys but it isn't viable on d long run... They'll either have to retain dis batch and scrap d program or continue it in batches becos it's not sustainable. Every other batch incoming will also get d same permanency except U are saying it's jus for d first batch.
Now I see ur fear,oga cool down na,no go get high bp for this matter o,if they absorb 2016 volunteers wouldn't mean they will scrap ur 2017 set.so relax ur mind u hear
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nbote(m): 8:23am On Aug 03, 2018
Samson0599:

Now I see ur fear,oga cool down na,no go get high bp for this matter o,if they absorb 2016 volunteers wouldn't mean they will scrap ur 2017 set.so relax ur mind u hear

Lolzzzz.. My 2017 set U say?? I find dat really funny. Instead of some of U to face d realities and allow common sense help u reason, U'll rather make up assumptions to console urselves... Anyways gudluck to U guys
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Ballack1(m): 8:31am On Aug 03, 2018
I personally prefer exit package, let the coordinator tells us more about the package.
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nobody: 9:11am On Aug 03, 2018
Nbote:
U ppl are either plain dumb or outright clowns... Right from d onset d terms and conditions were listed and U guys went ahead to sign d forms and now U are insisting on permanency? As wat? What happens to d nxt batch ?



Of all d mentions I got only U reasoned well... No doubt d best thing would have been to retain and absorb dem into d civil service. But now here's d issue, it is a policy dat had already been drafted out and it's terms and conditions were clearly spelt out to applicants before dey applied. Dey asking for permanency would definitely affect subsequent batches becos every other batch coming thru shld also get permanency. It will not b sustainable for d govt on d long run.. Dat is jus d reality...
Kk.
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by ozoneymcm: 9:13am On Aug 03, 2018
Samson0599:

ENEMY OF PROGRESS SPOTTED,I think you are both a plain and an outright clown.....how has a plea for permanency affect the next batch,mumu so u don't know that whatever happens to 2016batch will happen to 2017 batch.I just wonder the way some youths think sha
So you think the government can employ 200k graduates every year. Clap for yourself
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Samson0599: 9:15am On Aug 03, 2018
Nbote:


Lolzzzz.. My 2017 set U say?? I find dat really funny. Instead of some of U to face d realities and allow common sense help u reason, U'll rather make up assumptions to console urselves... Anyways gudluck to U guys
Look at u pretending that ur not a 2017 set....well I know ur type
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Samson0599: 9:17am On Aug 03, 2018
ozoneymcm:

So you think the government can employ 200k graduates every year. Clap for yourself
See it mustn't be every year,at least let them start with this one first
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nobody: 10:08am On Aug 03, 2018
Samson0599:

Look at this boy,I guess u don't know the meaning of being myopic. What is even ur concern abt this matter or are u now the mouthpiece of the Fed.Govt. Besides who told you they don't employ frequently (in-house). Another enemy of progress spotted
so u knw dat fg employs frequently,oga stop reasoning irrational so u want fg to engage u in nteach in primary n secondary schools when u should be learnient enough to knw that primary n schools are mostly financed by state n local govt except d unity school,go n look 4 job elsewhere sai barbarian
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nobody: 10:10am On Aug 03, 2018
Ogunleti01:
See pure mumuizm "how do you want federal FG to pay State government bull" Ask very well who pays the salary of teachers under SUBEB
ode,have u ever asked why most of d teachers in primary n secondary are frm their states, zombie sai barbarian
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Samson0599: 10:58am On Aug 03, 2018
otuekong1:
so u knw dat fg employs frequently,oga stop reasoning irrational so u want fg to engage u in nteach in primary n secondary schools when u should be learnient enough to knw that primary n schools are mostly financed by state n local govt except d unity school,go n look 4 job elsewhere sai barbarian
Look at this goat,hope you won't commit suicide when FG absorbs 2016 set. You reason the way u type sef. Why u carry this thing for head sef,Is it your problem or the FG problem
Kai I give up on you o capital mumu
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nobody: 11:05am On Aug 03, 2018
Samson0599:

Look at this goat,hope you won't commit suicide when FG absorbs 2016 set. You reason the way u type sef. Why u carry this thing for head sef,Is it your problem or the FG problem
Kai I give up on you o capital mumu
u r a real definition of a lazy youth,so u were earning 30k for 24months n u didnt safe nor further add value to ur life,keep waiting for fg 30k job oponu dirty pig
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nobody: 11:07am On Aug 03, 2018
Samson0599:

Look at this goat,hope you won't commit suicide when FG absorbs 2016 set. You reason the way u type sef. Why u carry this thing for head sef,Is it your problem or the FG problem
Kai I give up on you o capital mumu
no go kill yourself o, u better go look 4 job or go learn hand work than to be waiting 4 30k job of npower
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Samson0599: 11:22am On Aug 03, 2018
otuekong1:
u r a real definition of a lazy youth,so u were earning 30k for 24months n u didnt safe nor further add value to ur life,keep waiting for fg 30k job oponu dirty pig
Its a pity that you have totally lost it
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Samson0599: 11:25am On Aug 03, 2018
otuekong1:
no go kill yourself o, u better go look 4 job or go learn hand work than to be waiting 4 30k job of npower
I have told you before, you have a serious problem and its affecting your way of reasoning. Now if I kill myself how is it ur concern. Abi will you die my die
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nobody: 11:28am On Aug 03, 2018
Samson0599:

I have told you before, you have a serious problem and its affecting your way of reasoning. Now if I kill myself how is it ur concern. Abi will you die my die
u r a greedy cow
Re: 2016 N-power Leadership Meet, Rejects Exit Package, Insist On Permanency by Nobody: 11:32am On Aug 03, 2018
Samson0599:

Its a pity that you have totally lost it
why ranting online can't you slowpoke petition npower,min. of finance or kip shut n moreover u signed an agreement b4 u were engaged that ur scheme was for 24months n u signed n accepted, grow up

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