N-Power Begins Deployment of Batch C2 Beneficiaries to Their Places of Primary Assignments

Alt: = "Minister of Humanitarian, Sadiya Umar"

The Minister of Humanitarian Affair, Social Development and Disaster Management, Sadiya Umar-Farouq has announced the commencement of the deployment of Batch C2 beneficiaries  of N-Power programme to their various places of primary assignments.

She disclosed this at the graduation ceremony of batch C1 of the N-Build category of the programme in Abuja on Tuesday. According to her, the deployment will start "in the next few weeks."

She said the graduating N-Build trainees are to commence their apprenticeship.

The beneficiaries were trained in automobile, Agric-Tech, Carpentry & Joinery, Electrical Installation, Masonry & Tiling, Plumbing and Pipefitting, Baking and Confectionery, Cooking and Catering, House-keeping and Mixology. The training lasted for 3 months.

“As this batch C1 of N-Build trainees are graduating to commence their apprenticeship, in line with Mr. President’s Commitment to creating more jobs and wealth creation opportunities for the teeming youths, in the next few weeks, the batch C2 of the N-Power programme will be deployed to their various places of primary assignments and training centers respectively, which are all directed to lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty,” she said.

The trainees were given starter packs to start their own businesses.

Alt: = "Sadiya Umar giving training certificate to N-build beneficary"

She also admonished the beneficiaries to make use of the skills they have acquired, which she said will remain “necessary skills for today and tomorrow in any global economy.”

 “My remarks yesterday during the closing ceremony of the 3-month training for N-Build Batch C1 beneficiaries and also handing over of starter packs to the beneficiaries under the Federal government’s National Social Investment Program N-Power.”

She assured of the Ministry, NSIP, and N-Power’s commitment in bridging the gap in demand for standard and market-relevant skills.

“The Ministry, NSIP,  N-Power teams, and other relevant councils have worked assiduously to ensure that this helps in bridging the gap in demand for standard and market-relevant skills.”

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