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Home Education N-Power: Provost FCE Katsina orders immediate release of graduating Students’ results
N-Power: Provost FCE Katsina orders immediate release of graduating Students’ results

N-Power: Provost FCE Katsina orders immediate release of graduating Students’ results

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Provost Federal College of Education Katsina, Dr. Aliyu Idris Funtua has ordered the immediate release of graduating Students’ results  to enable them apply for N-Power programme. Katsina Post has learnt.

A source revealed to Katsina Post that the collection exercise will begin on Wednesday 1st of July under strict adherence to COVID-19 preventive measures by both the staff and the students which include provision of adequate hand saniters at the gate with the mandatory use of facemask, and practicing of social distancing.

Confirming the development to Katsina Post the Provost said “Yes, its true I have directed for the immediate release of the graduating Students’ results to enable them apply”.

Recalled that the federal government has begun recruiting a new set of Batch-C N-Power beneficiaries.

The humanitarian ministry had last week announced the disengagement of thousands of graduates comprising of both Batch A and B volunteers benefiting from the federal government’s monthly N-Power scheme.

It subsequently began enrolling a fresh Batch C of volunteers on Friday.

The ministry explained that the decision followed efforts to provide economic opportunities for more Nigerian youth.

In tweets posted on the N-Power page on Friday, the government highlighted steps and procedures for intending applicants willing to apply to the scheme.

The N-Power Programme was inaugurated by President Buhari in 2016 to reduce poverty, unemployment and social insecurity among Nigerians.

It involves the deployment of thousands of unemployed graduates to schools and other institutions to work there while the government pays them a stipend of N30,000 monthly.

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