Npower Exit Plans For Batch A And B Beneficiaries 2020 – See Latest Update

By | September 5, 2020

Npower Exit Plan For Batch A and B – There has been a very serious outburst on social media accounts of the Npower organization regarding the plans to exit the First and Second batch of Npower workers

People have been asking a question on what is the fate of the beneficiaries of the Npower that belonged to the Batch A and B; well this is a very crucial topic that needs to be answered.

Npower Exit Plans For Batch A And B Beneficiaries 2020

A lot of concerned citizens have been voicing their opinions regarding the Federal Government’s decision to let go of all the beneficiaries. The most prominent of them was Baura Lawal  from Zamfara State;

In his words: he said that it is unfair for the government to promise that they will empower over a million citizens only to drop 500,000 of them a few years later with no permanent job, replacement, or money to start up a life.

if you look at it from that perspective, I’m sure you will also agree that is not fair to let go of more than five hundred thousand beneficiaries who have no other source of income and send them back to the streets.

This especially feels very wrong when you consider the amount politicians are paid and other uses of money that feels almost wasted.

The tweet below is what sparked the buzz regarding the exit plan of the Npower 2020

it is however important to bring to your notice that there is a recruitment exercise going on for 400,000 beneficiaries at the moment and that the issue of the payment of the stipend for last month has been resolved.

A more recent update to the Exit Plan of the Npower Batch A and B

Exit Plan For Batch A And B of the Npower | Full Details

While it is still unclear what exactly the Government has decided with nobody coming forth to give precise information; we can hold on the words of the Honourable Minister Farouq;

“We have commenced the transitioning of beneficiaries from Batches A and B into government entrepreneurship schemes and engaging private sector bodies to absorb some of the beneficiaries after the completion of psychometric assessment to determine competency and placement into various opportunities”

If you still need more information on the status of the exit plan on how you can be easily seen from the crowd, drop a comment below and we will attend to you as soon as we can.

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