Npower: What has changed in Batch C and an obvious bug no one talks about.
Many people have filled in the biometrics of their Npower Batch C 2020/2021 program, and there is a lot of tension in the air when, in a panic for those who may not be on the list, the names of the candidates will finally be on the list.
A fake site recently emerged that claimed to be the custodian to identify who and what is being considered in the next phase of the program.
In fact, there was a lot of confusion and many were told that their names were not on the list, but as God wants, we soon learned that this was false news.
This is because Minister for Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management, Sadiya Umar Farouq, has ordered Nigerians to ignore all sites that are making waves over selected candidates. She assured everyone that the process was underway and that many steps had been taken to ensure a transparent selection process and not to panic anyone.
While we may be more concerned about the final list, whether the selection process was transparent or not, we need to note the small changes we saw or the obvious mistake that no one made in the Selection Commits Batch C Npower program.
Package A launched its program in 2016. September. And ended 4 years of active service; Package B started in 2018. August and look forward to economic integration after 2 years of the program. However, the C series is said to be in the program for only 1 year. We can clearly see that the first big mistake was made by the Npower program coordinators.
There is speculation that Lot C could be paid for 60 000 N instead of 30 000 N, but this information has not yet been confirmed by the authorities and we therefore consider it to be false at this time. We’ve also heard that the C-Series npower app only works for one year this time because it will have two streams; A and B. This means that the Batch C program alone would employ a total of at least 1 million candidates, compared to the initial target of 500 000.
Whether this is true or not, let’s keep high hopes by patiently waiting for things to turn out. One thing is for sure, even if the Batch-C program were to run for one year, this job would change a lot of people, so we’re happy.
Even if we come to terms with reality, we still need to persuade the federal government to keep its word and also create C C as a two-year program. While many people find it wrong to give other parties two years, Party C is only valid for one year as a major oversight; it is useful to note that each person has flaws. In fact, everyone has made a mistake at least once or twice in their lifetime, but these mistakes, which can be intentional or unintentional, can be corrected if the individuals involved want to correct it. We therefore instruct the Npower program coordinators to change the duration of the Batch C program.
I want to remind you that Party A spent 4 years in the program and Party B spent 2 years, so don’t let the C series add up. Whatever it is, we need to realize that life isn’t really right, but overall, half a loaf of bread is better than nothing. I therefore urge all applicants from the C package to accept a one-year term with joy and gratitude, because that is better than nothing. You get a better job.
Either way, all hope is not lost, as 1 year is enough for something to change, and it is possible that a new training course will be developed outside of Charge C. You can receive a subordinate N 60,000 monthly stipend or even get an automatic transition to a federal appointment, where beneficiaries can be enrolled in the federal civil service if needed. Things happen to my brothers and sisters.
After all, Party A did not know that they would spend four years in the two-year program. In this way, it is also possible to create new courses for Batch C Npower candidates. Just keep your fingers crossed and pray for your name to be added to the list at any moment.
I wish you all the best of luck on your list. Your name is not left. Congratulations in advance.