Register Online to Benefit from Social Intervention Schemes – FG

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Register Online to Benefit from Social Intervention Schemes – FG

Minister of Labor and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, said that for any unemployed Nigerian to benefit from any of the Social Intervention Scheme (SIS) of the government, they must register online as registration is now mandatory for job seekers and other empowerment programmes. Ngige stated this while flagging off the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) School-to-Work Programme in Calabar, Cross River State over the weekend.

He made this statement against the contention of different agencies of government laying claim to the ownership of the programme.

“You must register to benefit from the Social Intervention Scheme. Unfortunately, as we speak, by last week, the portal has only recorded about 1.2 million persons. We expect more persons to have been registered in the portal before our screening exercise; the registration portal is www.npower.gov.ng or simply click here to register

The portal closes Aug. 31, which is just few days away. For those who are not computer literate, we advise state governments to encourage them by using local government chairmen to move into local government areas to register the unemployed persons there. So that they can qualify to be considered for the scheme. Each state of the federation is expected to recruit about 1, 500 persons’’ he said

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2 Comments
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  2. Ezike Chioma Jacinta says

    Am from Anambra state Nnobi precisely Am a graduate from Ebonyi state university read Public Administration 2010/2011,i have worked with a financial institution Fcmb and other organization unemployed at the moment searching for another job right now.

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