Second Batch Npower NEXIT Training To Starts in April – Those who applied and confirm their availability to participate on the Npower Nexit but missed the first batch are to rejoice as news reaching us give hope for them.
Second Batch Npower NEXIT Training To Starts in April
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and the chief anchor of the National Social Investment Agency, Madam Umar Sadiya has raised hope regarding the Npower Nexit Second batch Training
The second batch of Training will continue in April, we are putting logistics together to make the training more robust for beneficiaries- Sadiya Disclosed this on the DW news, HAUSA version
The Nexit Training will continue fully in April, more graduates will be trained for the CBN loan program, the minister raise hope. Over 76,000 persons were trained in the first batch and certificates were presented to them.
“It is worthy to mention that, not all the 467,183 applicants are in the Second list, over 75,000 have been trained in the first batch, so the second list is also a fraction of the 467,183 applicants who applied for the program”
“The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Sadiya Umar Farouq has flagged off the much-awaited NEXIT/CBN Agri-Business Small and Medium Enterprises Investment Scheme for exited N-Power beneficiaries Batches A and B”
“Out of the 467,183 trainees who indicated interest, 75,600 will participate in the first phase of the orientation program expected to lead up to collection of loans of up to three million Naira from the Central Bank of Nigeria if they qualify”
Disbursements of CBN loans will start in the second quarter of the year, and up to 3 million naira worth of the cash will be given to graduates who are trained and qualified
Apparently, the anchor of the Npower Nexit program did not vividly state the time in April for the continuation of the NExit Training, but the training would continue in April 2022
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