Let’s try and ignore the millions of questions about Npower December salary.
This morning I came across a question on N-Power Community:
“Please what is Npower?” one Emmy Ekemini Uwem asked.
That’s the “silliest” question to me since the beginning of the programme some months ago.
Other members of the community didn’t waste time to put Emmy to where he belongs.
It’s a comic relief to read the most funniest of them all:
“According to the Oxford revised standard dictionary npower is simply npowerian, better still a group of people expecting stupendous stipend opposite Google,” Assaz Ushar responded to Emmy’s question.
N-Power Community was created by a group Nigerian Npower applicants to assist in proffering solutions to some of the challenges faced by fellow applicants.
It’s also a community to serve as facebook forum to discuss issues related to npower applicants in Nigeria.
Npower Community has 61,550 members at the time of putting this piece together making it the largest convergence of npower applicants.
The main facebook page of Npower has 41,2013 likes
“N-Power is an initiative of the Federal Government of Nigeria aimed at preparing young Nigerians for a knowledge economy where, equipped with world-class skills and certification, they become innovators and movers in the domestic and global markets.
The programme is opened for all unemployed Nigerian graduate between the ages of 18-35.
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