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Good News: Federal Lawmaker Joins Permanency Campaign for N-Power Volunteers | CNR



The campaign for permanency by existing beneficiaries of the federal government social investment programme, N-Power has received a boost as a member of the Federal House of Representatives representing Shomolu federal constituency, Wole Diya has called on government and concerned stakeholders to give permanent employment for the volunteers.

The Lawmaker said that such gesture will enable the beneficiaries to continue with their efficient service at all federal, state and local government institutions.


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Mr. Diya who made the call on Tuesday while speaking at an interactive forum with N-Power volunteers in Shomolu local government area of Lagos State, noted that the volunteers have increased productivity and output in the respective places of primary assignment.


"For example, in Shomolu and Bariga areas of Lagos, N-Power volunteers have been part of transfer of knowledge in schools, tax collection and production of food through the N-Agro section of the scheme.


"I appeal to the state government to give the volunteers employment or empowerment grant".


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He said the the meeting on the "Challenges and Prospects of N-Power Volunteers" was organized to draw the attention of the government and general public to the need to consolidate the good works of the volunteers, by employing or empowering them to continue with their contributions to the larger society.


Responding, the Lagos State N-Power Coordinator, Felix Ayorinde thanked the lawmaker for appreciating the contributions of N-Power volunteers in the state and his care for the future of the volunteers.


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Recall that despite threats of dismissal by N-Power managers against any volunteers found to engage in permanency campaign, existing volunteers have defied the threat, calling on concerned stakeholders to absorb them into the civil service at the completion of their two-year contract period in the scheme.


First set of N-Power beneficiaries who were recruited in 2016 will leave the programme by November 2018 which will mark the end of their two years in the scheme.    

4 comments:

  1. Pls! GMB you are to make n-power permanent, so as to a sure your promise of reducing poverty within the nation's as your promise during the campaign.

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  2. Pls! Mr president we are very happy with this programme created by your administration to save the young ones from poverty and we believe in you that you will never allow this generation go back to the street a again. God bless our president.

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  3. Our able mr president, I think Npower is the only medium where poor man can get a job because the process was done according with due process and was done accordingly you applied online and get shortlisted,verified and given acceptance,but the issue of getting a job for poor man is a big problem because jobs are being shared among the senators and the top politicians where you must present a note from a senators before you r considered iam an eye witness several times,I graduated since 2006 without a job as a citizen and have bn voting for all these years for good governance and now that I got Npower praying to be permanented get freed from senators note and labour market and news are coming up and down,pls baba buhari help us because all these your senators are not going to give a poor man job but only their family and friends.

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  4. Please Mr.president, help all the beneficiaries with a permanent job 🙏 It's only through this program,that a poor person can get a job. May Allah help us🙏

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