This is a public announcement regarding Npower Shortlisted Names and Candidates. The Npower Teach Tests close on August 31st.
The Npower Teach list of candidates has not been released so as such there is not list of Npower Shortlisted names.
How to Check Shortlisted names on Npower Website
You can check your name on the participants list on the Npower website please follow the steps below:
- Login into your profile at apply.npower.gov.ng
- Input your Phone number you registered with on Npower
- Click 'Check' and you will be able to view all the names.
Notice from NPower Shortlisted Names (BVN):
When you log in, some of you may be able to write your test immediately, while some others will be scheduled to write your test at a future date and time.
Some others may be told that their BVN Validation is in process so we advise that you check back on Friday.
For some others, you won't be able to log in or you will see the term "INVALID" because your BVN records don't match your application and your application journey has come to an end.
Finally, for those who ticked certain competency skills when you applied for N-Teach, you will required to take a second test, a STEM test.
Npower Shortlisted Names Notice 2:
The NPower NG Situation Room is the backroom operations of all that you hear about NPower in Nigeria and around the world.
We would like to invite existing beneficiaries who are interested to visit and experience the behind-the-scenes operations at the NPower Situation Room.
Now, please note that this Situation Room is in Abuja and while it is open to everyone, we will not bear the cost for anyone's visit.
We will invite people in batches of 20 between 11.00am - 5pm.
We will pick from interested beneficiaries on all our Social Media Channels and publish the list.
REMEMBER, to qualify
1. You must be an existing beneficiary
2. N-PowerNG will NOT bear the cost of this visit for any person or group.
3. Beneficiaries will be picked across our Social Media Channels.
4. Beneficiaries will be selected in groups of 20.
5. First Npower Shortlisted Names group of 20 will ExperienceNPowerNG on Wednesday, August 16th, 2017.
It Takes a Village
Many of you would have heard the term "It Takes a Village" but may have wondered what it meant.
Literally, it is a proverb which means it takes a community to raise a child.
In the N-Power context, we think it means Community Action.
#ItTakesAVillage is an opportunity for N-Power Volunteers in the same community to do something for their community weekly or as often as they'd like.
And when you do, post pictures and videos with the hashtag #ItTakesAVillage.
Please note that this is NOT compulsory but Npower Shortlisted Names who show the most impact in this community action will win some reward from us.
Get together in groups, do something kind for your neighbours, show them you have been #NPowered and you can make a difference because #ItTakesAVillage
Also published on Medium.