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Npower Releases Names Of 36 States Npower/NSIP Focal Persons And Their Contacts

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Npower Releases Names Of 36 States Npower/NSIP Focal Persons And Their Contacts

Are you one of the newly deployed Npower Batch C2 beneficiaries and you are yet to know your state of deployment Focal Persons? if yes, then this article is for you as we will be walking you through the Names Of 36 States Npower/NSIP Focal Persons And Their Contacts.

Who are Npower Focal Persons: Npower focal persons are representatives of the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian affairs, disaster management, and social development. They are NSIP Focal persons appointed by the State Governors to oversee the Social Investment Programmes of the Federal Government namely: N-power, GEEP, MarketMoni, Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT), and the NHGSFP.

N-Power Focal Persons are coordinators of the N-Power programme & activities in the various states nationwide; the people authorized with decision-making powers on behalf of N-Power. Focal persons are FG’s N-power representatives in their state serving as liaisons between the N-power headquarters (in Abuja) and the beneficiaries in their state of primary assignment. They coordinate Physical Verification Exercises, monitoring of attendance to PPA, and more.

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They are responsible for the manual deployment of the Npower beneficiaries and also attend to and solve issues that the Npower beneficiaries may face.

Npower Releases Names Of 36 States Npower/NSIP Focal Persons And Their Contacts

The names of the Npower state Focal Persons, phone numbers, and emails are listed in the image below. Tap the image to download or zoom in to see the names boldly.

Npower Releases Names Of 36 States Npower/NSIP Focal Persons

Some Instructions You Must Follow

1. Call only at working hours. Working hours in public sendee is Nigeria is between 8AM – 4PM

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2. Call only on working days. Don’t call during the holidays. Allow him/her to enjoy the little period he/she will be having with his/her family.

3. Don’t call to greet. He/She doesn’t know you personally, “how’s your family? How is your work? ”are irrelevant questions. Go straight to your problem by introducing yourself as N-power volunteer.

4. Call your state focal person ONLY for N-Power-related issues. Don’t call for other jobs.

5. Understand the mood of your focal person. When you call someone twice, and he/she doesn’t pick up, he/she could be busy. Call back some hours later.

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