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Npower Sends ‘Strong Warning’ To Applicants Over Npower Recruitment

Npower Sends ‘Strong Warning’ To Applicants Over Npower Recruitment

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Npower has sent a “strong warning” to applicants over the ongoing Npower recruitment.

Freebiesloaded Media reports that Npower has sent a warning message to all Intending applicants urging them to shun any form of payment while registering for Npower recruitment.

This reliable online news medium understands that the social empowerment scheme of the Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government stated this on the micro-blogging site, Twitter via its Twitter page, on Sunday.

Freebiesloaded Media reports that NPower also warned applicants not to give their details over the phone to anyone or input them on any link and share with strangers.

Dear Applicants, Please note that NO Ministry/NPower Official will call you to request for your details. Do NOT give your details over the phone to anyone, input them on any link and share them with strangers. Do NOT also make payment to anyone. Application is FREE,” it tweeted.

Freebiesloaded Media reports that  Npower portal for 2020 Batch C intakes opened at exactly 11: 45 pm, on Friday, 26th June 2020, hours after some applicants had already registered for the scheme as against the directive of the social intervention scheme.

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The Federal Government led by President Muhammadu Buhari had revealed that 400,000 candidates would be picked from the pool of applicants as Batch C beneficiaries of the Npower scheme.

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