N-Power is a Federal Government Youth Empowerment Scheme, it is linked to the Federal Government’s policies in the economic, employment and social development arenas. N-Power addresses the problem of youth unemployment by providing a large-scale and relevant work skills acquisition and development while linking its core and outcomes to fixing inadequate public services and stimulating the larger economy.

The modular programmes under N-Power also ensure that each participant will learn and practice most of what is necessary to find or create work. The N-Power Volunteer Corp involves a massive deployment of 500,000 trained graduates who will assist to improve the inadequacies in our public services in education, health and civic education.

The Scheme has listed steps candidates who passed pre-selection stage must follow. Candidates were directed to visit its website and follow instructions provided.

A statement on its Twitter handle reads, “Follow the steps listed below carefully if you passed the pre-selection stage.

“Please note that Content has been uploaded for you to access and begin to Learn.”

“Dear 2017 pre-selected candidates”

“log on to http://npvn.npower.gov.ng/login in with your phone number or email address.”

“You will then see a message saying, “Congratulations, you have successfully passed through the physical verification stage, click next to proceed.”

“Expect One-Time Password, OTP, via text and email.”

“Input the OTP gotten correctly”

“Change your password.”

“Upload your profile image.”

“Start learning.”

The scheme also announced that pre-selected applicants should visit its website and check their final selection status.

In a tweet, the scheme urged candidates to use their phone numbers or email address to check if they transitioned from pre-selected applicants to beneficiaries.

The tweet reads, “Dear 2017 Pre-selected applicants, First, we need you to smile. Secondly, you can now check your final selection status at http://npvn.npower.gov.ng/login. Use your phone number or email address to see if you have transitioned from pre-selected applicants to beneficiaries.”

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