Latest Npower Batch C Stream 2 News Update on Shortlisted Candidates

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Latest Npower Batch C Stream 2 News Update

The Latest Npower Batch C Stream 2 News on Enlistment will be discussed in today’s Npower news. So keep reading!

Current Latest Npower Batch C Stream 2 News Update

It is true that thousands of Npower applicants are waiting to be enrolled in Npower Batch C Stream 2. If you are among those waiting for the Npower Batch C Stream 2 Shortlist, this news is for you.

Latest Npower Batch C Stream 2 News Update

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The Federal Government will soon enlist an additional 400,000 youths under the N-power program, according to Sadiya Umar-Farouq, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development. The youths will be enrolled in Batch C2 for the program, which is designed to provide them with life-long skills, according to Umar-Farouq.

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The Npower batch C stream 2 applicants will most likely be included in the budget for 2022, ensuring that the program is fully funded. Currently, 510,000 batch C stream 1 beneficiaries have been enrolled and are serving in the country’s 774 local government areas.

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The Npower Program was created to provide Nigerian youths, both graduates and non-graduates, with the skills and work experience they need to find work or start their own business.

Meanwhile, businesses or owners that fail to release one percent of their profit to fund the National Youth Service Corps risk a N2m fine or one year jail term, this according to a proposal by the House of Representatives on the National Youth Service Corps Trust Fund (Establishment) Bill 2021.

The Fund would be funded by a fee of one percent of the net profit of businesses and the organized private sector operating in Nigeria, according to the bill, which is currently awaiting its second reading in the House.

 

The trust fund will also be funded with 0.2 percent of total revenue going to the Federation Account, as well as any take-off grants and special intervention funds provided by the federal, state, and local governments.

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