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Minister Releases New Statement On The Progress Of Npower Batch C Recruitment

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq has released a new statement regarding the progress of the Npower Batch C Recruitment and other NSIP Programmes.

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Minister Releases New Statement On The Progress Of Npower Batch C Recruitment


Below is the full details of the statement:

1. On the 11th of March 2021, the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs Disaster Management and Social Development launched the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), for the Batch C applicants who were requested to urgently update their personal information and subsequently, take an online test via the NASIMS Portal.

2. By the 3rd week of May 2021, over 1.8 million Nigerians successfully updated their records and took the compulsory online test.

3. Further screening was undertaken and a shortlist of 550,000 applicants qualified for the final selection to engage 500,000 nationwide to serve as the first stream of the NPower Batch C programme. This is the Batch C1. The second batch of another 500,000 will subsequently, be made in line with Mr President’s directive to engage 1,000,000 beneficiaries under the Batch C.


It may also interest you to read NPower Update: Ministry Announces Next Stage For Batch C Stream 1 Candidates

4. The 550,000 shortlisted applicants are being individually contacted via their email addresses provided and are first advised to check and then immediately log on to the NASIMS self-service portal and enrol their biometric data to qualify for final selection.

5. In the email notifications sent to all shortlisted applicants, detailed instructions on the next steps are provided.

6. Additionally, applicants are invited to please call the dedicated NASIMS, N Power helplines on 0188883410 or 08176551162 or send an email to [email protected] for further enquiries on their application status and any other questions they may have. They must ensure that they keep their application details handy to ensure hitch-free communication with the call centre desk.


7. I am also pleased to inform you that the Ministry has recommenced the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme. A total of 9,196,823 pupils in classes 1 to 3 in public primary schools will receive one nutritious meal daily in all 54,619 schools nationwide.

8. The programme is being expanded to accommodate an additional 5 million children in line with the directives of His Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari.

You may also want to read Minister: Npower Batch C To Have Stream 1 & 2 – 500k in Each Stream

9. The outcomes of this programme include an increase in school enrolment, improved nutrition for benefiting pupils, boosting of local economies and facilitating job creation through the activities of 103,028 cooks, 100,000 smallholder farmers and numerous aggregators and commodity transporters engaged nationwide.


10. Furthermore, I am happy to report to you that plans to onboard the second Batch of beneficiaries under the Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP) are nearing completion and will be made public soon.

11. Also as part of the NSIP, the Rapid Response Register (RRR) has been put in place by the Ministry as a shock responsive intervention register specifically targeted at the Urban Informal workers impacted by the Covid 19 Pandemic. One million Beneficiaries will receive monthly cash transfers of N5,000 for 6 months. A pilot commenced earlier this year with 3,115 beneficiaries in Lagos and Abuja. It will be upscaled nationwide and beneficiaries will start receiving their stipends soon.

12. The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development remain committed to the continued implementation of the National Social Investment Programmes (NSIP), in line with Mr President’s policy to unfailingly, lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty in 10 years, especially through innovative Youth Empowerment and Gainful Employment.

13. Thank You for your Attention.





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