At least 76 N-Power beneficiaries of the 2016 batch have been fully employed by the Cross River State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB).
According to an official in Cross River State Ministry of Education who doesn’t want to be mentioned said the 76 N-Power volunteers got the job because of their exemplary performance and dedication to work.
The names of the lucky beneficiaries will be published in due course as we receive an update from the state.
The lucky individuals are from the N-Teach, an arm of the graduate and job initiative programme posted to serve as teaching assistants in schools in 2016.
Meanwhile, we also got an unconfirmed report from Cross River that the state government is equally looking at N-Health beneficiaries who have been dedicated to their works at their various PPAs in the state for the same consideration in the state ministry of health.
Meanwhile, the National Social Investment Programme (N-SIP) has given kudos to the Ben Ayade-led administration for employing the 76 N-Power beneficiaries.
The message of the N-SIP was conveyed by N-Power on Monday, November 11, 2019 through its social media platforms.
“It has come to our notice that Cross River State SUBEB has employed 76 N-Power beneficiaries. Good job Cross River State and Congratulations to the beneficiaries,” N-Powe said in a tweet.
It has come to our notice that Cross River State SUBEB has employed 76 N-Power beneficiaries.
Good job Cross River State and Congratulations to the beneficiaries. pic.twitter.com/OIeYyS9302
— N-Power (@npower_ng) November 11, 2019
It has been the call of the Federal Government for state governments to give top priority to N-Power beneficiaries in their various states whenever there are vacancies.
We’ll keep you updated as we get more facts.
For those asking: Did SUBEB in Cross River State employ 76 npower?
The answer is YES. It’s confirmed!
From InfomediaNG, we say a BIG CONGRATULATIONS to 76 N-Power beneficiaries.