- Nigerian youths are showing interest in the federal government's youth employment scheme, N-Power
- In one week, the scheme attained a major milestone by reaching 1.1 million graduate applicants
- There is more in store for the participants of the programme
Organisers of the federal government's youth employment scheme, N-Power, have released more information for its 2016 and 2017 beneficiaries via its Twitter handle.
NAIJ.com monitored the ever-busy Twitter handle of the scheme, and realised that new information were released for the beneficiaries on Tuesday, July 4.
NAIJ.com checks revealed that the N-Power TAX assessment tests will continue.
Accordingly, applicants who registered for N-TAX and whose BVN records match their application will still be sent text messages to log in.
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The 2016 beneficiaries who have issues with their payments were also assured that they will be called to get their correct details.
They also promised that the stipend for the month of June will be paid to all the beneficiaries today, July 4.
Read the seven major requirements to apply for the N-Power scheme here.
Watch the NAIJ.com TV video below of the minister of transportation, Rotimi Amaechi talking about the achievements of the federal government.