Last updated on November 10th, 2018 at 10:27 pm
Mrs. Mary Mac-Asore is one of the current 200,000 beneficiaries of FG’s N-Power Programme in Delta State. She tells infobase the progress made so far in her PPA.
Tell us about yourself, what you studied, your state of origin?
My name is Mary Mac-Asore am dark in complexion, l studied Food and Nutrition (home Economics) in Delta State University Abraka.Am from Aniocha North L.G.A.
How did you feel when federal government announced that it’d be employing 500,000 via social investment programme last year?
I was very happy and very much in a working mood and l also prayed to be among the chosen ones to participate in the program.
How did you feel when you first received your npower stipend?
I was very happy and relief though l have not been paid December stipend.
How is the program in your place of work and your state?
The program has fully kicked off every Npower corp is working seriously to touch lives of students we’re employed to teach.
Which area would you like the federal government to improve the program?
The Rural area most especially most of these schools don’t have permanent teachers only youth corpers are found there,maybe 2 or 3 permanent teachers.
It won’t be a bad idea if N-Power voluteers are given permanent job to fill the gap.
What’s your advise for your fellow npower volunteers?
To my Npower volunteers l want to advise evryone to take their work seriously and be punctual.
FG is collaborating with state governments in N-Power implementation, what’s your take?
State govt ke l think its a bad idea. It’s better handled by the Federal Government. If FG fills the communication gap, it’d be better of.
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