FG exit strategy for ex-NPower beneficiaries – SANEF
If you are an N-Power beneficiary and if you have finished the 2-year job program, you will now be able to get job opportunities or business prospects in line with the N-Power exit strategy activated by the Buhari administration.
Under this government scheme, 200,000 beneficiaries will be engaged as financial services operators under a Shared Agent Network Expansion Facility (SANEF) scheme operated by CBN.
More than 30,000 people have already been hired as geospatial experts and enumerators in the Mass Agric program of the Economic Sustainability Plan, while several others will have the opportunity to benefit from GEEP microenterprise loans.
Some beneficiaries of the N-program have acknowledged in different telephone conversations that a platform called the N-exit portal has been opened to collect and process data in accordance with federal regulations. right out.
Mr Orioye Gbayisemore, a beneficiary from Ondo State, confirmed that many colleagues in his community had already posted their information on the N-off portal while Mrs Vivian Nkiruka Nelly, others benefited from FCT, saying it released its case by the end of December 2020, all in preparation for new procedures for existing N-Power beneficiaries.
The President of the Association for Humanitarian Aid, Disaster and Development, Hajiya Sadiya Farouq confirms the work of the Federal Government on the implementation of actions A and B of the N- The energy plan, on Monday of the annual review of the School Nutrition School (NHGSFP).
According to the ministers, “plans have been finalized for the transformation of N-power packs A and B by creating a NEXIT portal, which will allow those who choose to register to access At a time when it is possible to support the government, the beneficiaries of the NSIP administration are expected to take into account 2021, which will be able to manage payments, resolve grievances and improve the quality of life. media reports. ”
According to N-Power Advisory Advisors, at least 200,000 former N-Power beneficiaries will be at the Shared Agent Network Expansion Facility (SANEF) at least 30,000. Others will be used for the Mass Agric program, part of the Extension Financial Services (ESP) program, and others will be given the opportunity to develop or start a new business in a small start-up. .
The SANEF project is a joint venture between the Central Bank of Nigeria, the Bank of Nigeria, the Nigeria Inter-Bank Technology Corporation, Chattered the Association of Bankers of Nigeria, the Licensing Authority. Financial Crisis, and Participants with the Main Goal of Financial Raising in Nigeria.
According to the plan, the project will, among other things, provide a platform for Nigerian financial services companies to grow while empowering and creating jobs for Nigerians. SANEF’s partnership with NSIP will result in 200,000 N-Power graduates as SANEF representatives are approved by Super Agents upon completion of the N-Power goal to improve the nutrition of a a significant number of young Nigerians lose their jobs.
Regarding the third service for N-Power past beneficiaries, an employee of the service center who described the plan noted that the micro-industry plans, The third position in outreach, one that has given the benefits of N-Power has chosen to apply for GEEP loans for their small businesses.
Partnerships are encouraged to document participation with stakeholders as established prior to GEEP lending requirements. The staff noted that the plans continue to work closely with the state government and other stakeholders to ensure that the old N-Power benefits are monitored effectively. in new plans released by Buhari leaders. Currently, President Muhammadu Buhari has approved an expansion of N-energy benefits of 500,000 to 1 million.