The government of Nigeria has revealed it is focusing on re-packaging and amending the N-Power scheme to really make the scheme better.
The Minister of Labor and Employment, Chris Ngige made the revelation at the end of the week when he visited N-POWER students at Anamco And Tetralog Mechatronics organizations in Enugu.
The Minister rushed to trash bits of gossip that the administration was set to surrender the plan and toss out the recipients.
He, be that as it may, conceded that specific changes may happen in the program because of the arranged corrections.
Addressing the N-Power trainees at the manufacturing companies, Ngige urged them to form cooperatives which will enable them access loans from Federal Government agencies such as the National Directorate of Employment, Industrial Training Fund and Bank of Industry even after graduating from the scheme.
He likewise gave confirmations that the federal government won’t abandoned the N-Power Program which is a vital piece of its Social Investment Programs.
Meanwhile, Daily Tells understands batch A beneficiaries of the N-Power scheme have been expressing worries over fears of not getting paid their January stipends.