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N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by PUSH14: 10:46am On Jul 23
Npower batch A & B beneficiaries cut across from various states of the federation are currently protesting in Abuja

They are clamouring for permanent placements and jobs

More info to follow as it progresses

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by PUSH14: 10:54am On Jul 23
What do you think will be the outcome?

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by ojun50(m): 10:57am On Jul 23
PUSH14:
What do you think will be the outcome?
Nothing, dey should go and start a business

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Poorboy: 10:57am On Jul 23
Government don't have money to employ all of them, so they are just wasting time.

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by ModestGal(f): 11:17am On Jul 23
Good
Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by PUSH14: 11:20am On Jul 23
A beautiful Npower beneficiary brandishes a placard

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by SIONKPO1(m): 11:50am On Jul 23
illiterate literates,didn't the read their letter of engagement,that the programme is strictly for 20months
For me they are been greedy,I have told most of these npower niggies that what we need us industrial revolution and not govt 30k stipend that has no assurance
Good luck on their protest

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Ezemarcel(m): 11:56am On Jul 23
God punish all our corrupt leaders most especially minister of disaster...

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by crossfm: 11:59am On Jul 23
The level of poverty is this country is alarming. Just imagine how graduates are protesting for 30k job.

The government should look into their demands. They should conduct a comprehensive interview for them.If possible get an agency to do the interview. Those who scale through should be employed, most especially as teachers.Because,the education sector is a big mess.

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by justcallbuki(f): 12:03pm On Jul 23
God no go Shame us

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Lanre4uonly(m): 12:12pm On Jul 23
It's a pity this is where we found ourselves as a country.

A country where billions of naira are been siphoned & unaccounted for.

Honestly, i strongly believe what these N-Power beneficiaries are asking/requesting from the government is not too much for them (government) to do being a citizen of this country (putting aside the terms of agreement of the programme).

It is well with the beneficiaries.

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Trayceey(f): 12:37pm On Jul 23
The government should give them permanent employment. Where are the jobs? If they disengage them just like that, where will they get job? Is it in this same Nigeria?. Government better act fast by employing them. Just imagine 500,000 graduates jobless. Especially in these hard times. Kidnapping, armed robbery, internet fraud and so on. Why did they promise them permanency at the end of their 2 years contract? Why didn't they disengage them that time? They used them to win election and now they want to put them out in the cold. No way! They should fight for their right. God will help them. Let all Npower beneficiaries pray with PSALMS 35

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by danielconstant: 1:44pm On Jul 23
PUSH14:
A beautiful Npower beneficiary brandishes a placard
Someone is struggling and showing it but seems you were seeing something different there. Guys are also there too so don't turn the struggle to something else with silly captions

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by MummyIMadeIt: 1:46pm On Jul 23
Long overdue, also I advice they take it up online, tag the president, senate president and house speaker on this issue.

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by PastorFire: 1:58pm On Jul 23
Work wey una no do. Shey dem tell una say na for jus 2yrs. Abi una no sabi read agreement again?.
What happened to saving for tomorrow?.

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Sunshine009(f): 1:59pm On Jul 23
Lalasticlala and other Mods. PLEASE help their struggle by pushing to the front page.. They have really suffered!!.. This country sha.

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Admiral49(m): 2:11pm On Jul 23
o LORD SEE NAIJA FROM THE CORNER OF YOUR EYE, FOR YOUR MERCY SAKE

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Senigentle(m): 2:19pm On Jul 23
Front page please....the world need to here us

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Thejustw14(m): 2:35pm On Jul 23
The job was suppose to be on a temporary, but then elections came knocking & they couldn't risk losing. So they tweaked the agreement & it favoured both parties as at that time.
Then, what type of government gives a job and advises savings?...lol
Considering the awkward amount been paid to lawmakers and other funny people like NDDC compared to #30000.
In this case, the so called "change" shouldn't be from the grassroot but the top.:!!:.

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by iLUCID: 3:03pm On Jul 23
SMH


Only fools will join that protest, especially the idiots from batch A.

Quote me anywhere, I'll defend my stance with my balls in my hands

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Bidexlove20: 3:27pm On Jul 23
Waste of time, like i don't find this Npower has means of encouraging our youths it only makes them lazy.

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by ursullalinda(f): 3:44pm On Jul 23
It baffles me how a human being steals from his country........not even for his personal needs but for generations yet unborn.......very greedy and wicked leaders........the N power beneficiaries should stop wasting their time.....here na survival of the fittest.

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Balenciagaokey: 3:44pm On Jul 23
angry

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Gideoniteprime4: 3:44pm On Jul 23
was it always like this?
did we do wrong by unintentionally becoming nigerians??
after suffering for an average of 4 years to get a bloody certificate
we still have to sweat to get a job
and also sweat to maintain one

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by Jackyboy: 3:45pm On Jul 23
cheesy
Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by countryfive: 3:45pm On Jul 23
See what unemployment has caused
If these people were scientists or inventors of great technologies they would have employed thousands but no they are ordinary people who need help themselves

Dear Lord, give us brains that help change
The problems on ground,

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by spinna: 3:45pm On Jul 23
PUSH14:
A beautiful Npower beneficiary brandishes a placard
Dont let mask deceive you the mask may be hiding a disaster

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by wunmi590(m): 3:45pm On Jul 23


I'm not sure I have something to say.

Honestly, Nigeria matter don tire me, we all just need to gether some strength and sense and beat the hell out of most of all these our corrupt politicians by boycotting election.

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Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by churchboy608(m): 3:46pm On Jul 23
Water don dey pass garri cheesy cheesy

Re: N-Power Beneficiaries In Peaceful Protest In Abuja: "Please Don't Send Us Back" by YorubaKinging: 3:46pm On Jul 23
The end is near

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