Npower Shortlist Nexit Applicants

Npower Shortlist 75,600 Nexit Applicants 2022/Download PDF

Npower Shortlist 75,600 Nexit Applicants 2022, The Npower authority has release the 75,600 selected Nexit Applicants for 1st Batch Nexit Training 2022, The 1st Batch Nexit Training which is scheduled to commenced next week starting with the flag-off in Abuja. Read Through.

According to the SA media and publicity to the Minister of Humanitarian affairs Ministry, training of the first batch of 75,600 exited Beneficiaries from the 36 states and the FCT is proposed to be flagged off next week in Abuja for the five-day entrepreneurial training, which thereafter, qualifies them for loans.

Npower Batch A&B List of Shortlisted Beneficiaries For Nexit Training/Download PDF

These 75600 Nexit applicants are already been contacted by their training agencies via email for the training schedule. If you have not been invited be patient, the training invitation is done differently in each state by the training agency.

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The SA Media to Minister Nneka Ikem earlier stated that 230,000 successfully logged into the USSD code confirming their residences and preparedness for the #NEXIT training programme during the training availability confirmation stage.

You recall that before now, only 370,000 Npower exited beneficiaries were said to had indicated interest when the portal was opened by CBN. And if 230,000 Nexit applicants confirmed training availability using the USSD code, then at least 140,000 are yet to successfully confirmed their availability for the training.

Nevertheless, if you are one among those that are yet to confirm training availability using the USSD code, kindly dial *45665# to see if you can still confirm your training availability.

The Nexit training is for the exited Npower batches A and B beneficiaries initiated by the Federal Government in partnership with CBN to provide empowerment business training and loan as exit package to the disengage Npower volunteers. The training will officially be flag-off next week by the Federal Government.

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