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N-power hasn’t released names of 2017 successful applicants | How to avoid Clickbait


How to stay away from ClickBait and Fraud while awaiting NpowerNG 2017 Final List

N-power has said that it’s yet to release list of successful applicants for the 2017 recruitment exercise. N-power Team was reacting to an inquiry by an applicant about an update published by a blog about a purported NpowerNG 2017 list of successful applicants.

N-power calls the practice by some webmasters publishing untrue news “click bait.”

ComputerHope.com goes more in depth: “Alternatively referred to as link bait, clickbait or click bait is a term used to describe a type of hyperlink on a web page that entices a visitor to click to continue reading an article. Most click bait type links have catchy or provocative headlines that are difficult for most users to resist and often have little or nothing to do with the actual web page. This practice is common among webmasters in order to have page views.

N-power 2017 Online Assessment Test closed on August 31, 2017, and applicants have been urged to stay tuned for the Pre-selection list, which is likely to be out by the end of September.

N-power is FREE, and the recruitment is transparent devoid of political affiliation.

In one of our posts, we alerted the general public about more than 50 fake Kemi Adeosun Facebook pages that have flooded social media channels.

How to stay away from ClickBait and Fraud while awaiting NpowerNG 2017 Final List

  1. Follow the official social media channels of N-power. It’s available on Twitter (@npower_ng); on Facebook (@NpowerNG); NpowerNG WhatsApp Group (09096245802); on Instagram (@npower_ng); on Nairaland (NpowerNG); on Telegram (NpowerNG)
  2. Follow and like informative N-power-related Facebook page and group.
  3. Don’t be over excited about information published on other websites or blogs if it’s not officially published on N-power, or any news that do not have trustworthy reference.
  4. Disregard any call by anyone who offers to help you get employed by N-power, NpowerNG is 100% FREE and you do not need to know anyone to be shortlisted.
  5. N-power gives every applicant equal opportunities. If you followed the instructions and did well in the exam, you have advantage.

About N-power Nigeria

Large-scale skill development is the main policy thrust of the N-Power Programme.

N-Power addresses the challenge of youth unemployment by providing a structure for large scale and relevant work skills acquisition and development while linking its core and outcomes to fixing inadequate public services and stimulating the larger economy.

The N-Power Volunteer Corp involves a massive deployment of 500,000 trained graduates who will assist to improve the inadequacies in our public services in education, health and civic education.

Some of these graduates will also help in actualising Nigeria’s economic and strategic aspirations of achieving food security and self-sufficiency.

N-Power is 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. Nigeria.

N-Power also focuses on providing our non-graduates with relevant technical and business skills that enhance their work outlook and livelihood.