7 Reasons Why Many Npower Applicants Will Be Disqualified (2021)

The Nigeria youth empowerment scheme (N-power) has disclosed seven (7) reasons why many applicants will be disqualified. And we at Nyscinfo.com are here to communicate that to you.

Recall that N-power was established in 2016 by Federal Government under the leadership of Muhammadu Buhari, which its primary aim is to fight unemployment in Nigeria. And for the past two years, the scheme has successfully employed over 500,000 Nigerian youths.

Due to high number of unemployed youths in the country, over three million (5,000,000) people applied for N-power 2020 Batch ‘C’ recruitment, but just only 500,000 people are needed. This implies that over 4.5million people that applied for Npower will not be considered for recruitment into the programme. No let’s show you why many applicants will be disqualified.

Reasons why many Npower applicants will be disqualified

Below are why many applicants will be disqualified for N-power Batch ‘C’ recruitment:

  1. Not within the N-power age bracket (18 – 35) years: Npower program is for Nigerian youths between the age of 18 and 35 years. Therefore, if the age of an applicant is below 18 or above 35, it is automatic disqualification.

  2. Already Working: Applicants that are civil servants, or working in any other organization will be disqualified.

  3. Inconsistent BVN details: If the applicants BVN details do not match with details on their credentials which they submitted to Npower is also automatic disqualification.

  4. Multiple registrations: All the applicants that submitted more than one application will not be selected.

  5. Former N-power Beneficiaries: Those who have been N-power beneficiaries, but they re-registered will be disqualified.

  6. Failed Npower Test: All those who failed or who will fail N-power assessment test will be disqualified. See secrets of passng Npower test. You can also download N-power past questions and answers for practice.

  7. Failure to update their records: All N-Power batch c applicants are expected to update their records on NASIMS portal. Failure to do that is tantamount to disqualification.

Finally, all applicants are to provide the following details and credentials before their submission would be successful:

  • Government issued ID card (National ID Card or Permanent voters card)
  • Passport photographs
  • Place of Birth
  • Date of Birth(DOB)
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Bank Verification Number(BVN)
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Certificates in your discipline. Please like and Comment.Thanks

6 thoughts on “7 Reasons Why Many Npower Applicants Will Be Disqualified (2021)”

  1. Itodo Daniel

    The names on my bvn and NIN are the same just that the arrangement or format are different will that disqualify me?

  2. Iornenge Lazarus Tertsegha

    After fingerprints I saw a news online that it is only the thumb and index finger were to be captured while my ten fingers were captured so am worrid. So am pleading that may you please consider those that use their ten fingers is not our fault is the computer operators that mess us up mean why we are greatful and saying may God bless the president Muhammed Buhari regime!

  3. Agbochenu Otene Aboje

    Thanks to our dear president Muhammadu Buhari for this opportunity. May God help us Nigerians. Amen

  4. Mustapha yunusa

    Sir my Bvn and my bank account date of birth are consisted my problem is my national identity card date of birth is inconsistent sir how to solve the issue.

  5. Mustapha Salisu

    Hello Sir and good morning, nothing to say about the daily updates on this platform except gratitude.
    Sir my suggestion under the issue of 7 reasons made the many Npower applicants will be disqualified is that Sir it is too strict! if possible Sir please pardon for some, may be some made it unknown more especially the multiple registration because in the conditions that paid out during registration is receiving the message via email that is why made many applications were re registered multiple.
    Thank you Sir for your considerations we are going together with you May God bless you!

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