N-Power 2017 Applications FAQs and Answers.
The N-Power Portal for 2017 Recruitment will, on May 29, be opened as revealed by the Federal Government. Are You Interested in Applying? See 10 Things you need to know below…
Some Frequently Asked Questions and Answers:
Are Applicants who Were not Shortlisted in 2016 Still Eligible?
With the new announcement by the Labour Minister Ngige, records of Applicants who did not make the first batch in 2016 were no longer valid on the Npower application portal.
Evidently, They are free to reapply in 2017.
It also means they all have to start the application proccess over again.
Are Married Women Eligible to Apply?
Definitely! The programme is meant for all Nigerian Youths, Married and Singles alike.
How to avoid mistakes during 2017 N-Power Application
1. If you’ve changed your name as a result of marriage, please make sure to it reflects on the certificates you’ll be using for application.
2. If you’ve not done any change of name prior to the application date, then use the name as it appears in your papers and in your bank account.
3. Apply by yourself, don’t give out your name to cyber cafe attendants or Business center owners to apply on your behalf as they are fond of making mistakes when not supervised. If cafe attendant must do it for you, be there to correct whatever mistakes he/she will be making.
4. Check and cross-check your details while applying before you make submission.
5. One of the most important things is to ensure that your account number is active, and it’s linked to your active Mobile number.
6. If you’re above 35 years, Do Not Apply as you won’t be considered.
7. In order to avoid the issue of unmatched name, unmatched bvn, etc make sure you fill the on-line application form as your names appear in your certificates and bank account number.
Examples in Name-filling:
You could face issue of unmatched name if all your papers, and ID bear Azeez Adekola, but you go ahead to fill Abdulazeez Adekola in the Npower application form.
If your name is Kola, let it be if that’s how it appears in your documents, don’t fill Adekolapo during application.
It has been noticed that over 70% of the current beneficiaries who are faced with one issue or other are those who use names that are slightly different in spelling, yet the same meaning and interpretation. Desist from such.