What is Npower Verified Logo?
Significance of NpowerVolunteers Verified Logo
Successful npower candidates should have Npower verified logo on their Npower Volunteers Network portal (NPVN portal).
Meaning of NPVN verified logo
Npower verified logo is a sign that the verification exercise and its list has been confirmed and authenticated by the technical unit of Npower in Abuja.
If Npower verified logo has already appeared on your NPVN portal, it means the verification you did during verification period has been authenticated by the Npower Headquarters in Abuja.
If your name has been authenticated in Abuja based on the verification list forwarded by your state focal officer, Npower verification logo will definitely appear on your NPVN portal.
Simply put: Npower verified logo means the formal receipt of the verification list from your state.
Significance of Npower verified logo
The logo is significant in three ways:
It means your name has officially entered Npower portal.
It means your details has been confirmed and stamped by Npower, Abuja. That is no conflict between the information you provided and your bank account details. If you’re still battling with the issue of incoherent in BVN and bank account name you might not have the verified logo in your portal.
The npower verified logo is also necessary before device selection option can appear on your portal. That is device selection options can’t appear on your portal if your portal is yet to have the verified logo.
Npower verified logo doesn’t appear on my NPVN portal, why?
The verified logo is being handled in batches, if it’s yet to appear on your portal, you need not worry it’ll appear.
However, if the verified list sent by your state focal person is yet to be authenticated by Npower in Abuja, the logo won’t appear on your portal.
If you’re still battling with bank account/portal details differences, the verified logo might not appear on your NPVN portal.
Npower verified logo means the formal receipt of the verification list from your state.
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