N-Power Programme

Npower Device Distribution and Collection begins in Osun State October 7

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N-power Device distribution and collection has begun in Osun State today, Saturday, October 7, 2017. Some of the volunteers who got collection SMS were directed to report at the Military barrack in Ede. Military must have been designated as pick up location centre for security reasons.

Osun State has now joined more than 20 other states that are currently collecting their Npower tablet devices across the country.

NpowerNG tablet devices contain global knowledge content contributed by some of our Global partners such as Cisco, Google, Microsoft etc on ICT, Leadership & Entrepreneurship for their continuous development.

Other states where device distribution is currently going on are:

  1. Lagos,
  2. Federal Capital Territory, Abuja
  3. Rivers
  4. Sokoto,
  5. Delta,
  6. Ebonyi,
  7. Enugu,
  8. Kaduna,
  9. Kano
  10. Kogi,
  11. Niger,
  12. Imo,
  13. Adamawa
  14. Benue
  15. Bauchi
  16. Jigawa
  17. Akwa Ibom
  18. Zamfara
  19. Plateau
  20. Ondo
  21. Abia
  22. Ogun

When will N-power device distribution get to my state?

According to the Presidential Aid on Job Creation (N-power) Mr. Afolabi Imoukhuede, the device “Those in Bayelsa, Taraba, Gombe, Yobe, Borno, Kebbi and Nassarawa state, your device on the way and you will get it latest this weekend.”

N-power device is sponsored by the Bank of Industry (BoI), and the job initiative programme had issued strong warnings to volunteers not to attempt to sell their gadget for monetary value.

“Once caught, you would not ONLY Be dismissed from the Programme (without any appeal), you would be blacklisted from other FG Social Investment Programmes and a Lien would also be placed on your Bank accounts for the full refund of the asset cost to the Bank of Industry.”

The cheapest of the tablets being currently given out FREE or at HIGHLY subsidized rate to the first batch of the programme costs between N90, 000 to N120, 000.

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