Contrary to speculations by certain group of individuals that there won’t be anything like N-Power physical screening for shortlisted Batch ‘C’ candidates, we wish to categorically state that there will be a physical verification of credentials for Npower Batch C. This post will clarify you on N-Power NASIMS physical screening venues nationwide for Batch C. Read till the end to get the whole gist.
You can Click Here to check the N-Power tentative time table for Batch C physical verification.
Recall that the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) had shortlisted 550,000 applicants in the Npower Batch C Stream 1 programme, although 50,000 will be screened out from the shortlisted Stream 1 applicants. Then another 500,000 applicants will be shortlisted for Stream 2, making a total of 1million. See why Npower Stream 2 shortlisting did not hold on June 15.
All shortlisted applicants are expected to enrol their biometric data to qualify for the final selection stage, after which physical verification follows.
By physical verification, all the 550,000 successful shortlisted applicants must appear in person and present certain documents before final shortlisting and deployment.
Kindly note that failure to present yourself for physical screening is tantamount to disqualification and the end of a journey in the N-Power programme.
Npower NASIMS physical verification date and venue
The physical verification will tentatively begin on June 25, 2021. Venue is nationwide, across all the local governments.
Actually, the physical verification screening will hold in all the 774,000 Local Government Secretariats in Nigeria.
How the physical screening will be done
The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, through NASIMS, will send names of shortlisted candidates to the States Social Investment (N-SIP) offices.
The N-SIP focal persons are to check the documents of shortlisted candidates before registry them as N-Power beneficiaries. The physical verification will be do ne in all the local governments secretariat in Nigeria.