Last Updated on July 21, 2021 by Ope Quadri
At least 14, 000 exited N-Power beneficiaries have been able to register on the NEXIT portal, Nneka Nkem, the Special Assistant on Media & Publicity to the Hon Minister has said.
She stated this in a tweet a few hours ago while giving an update on the progress made on the CBN Empowerment option registration which was launched late 2020.
Dubbed NEXIT-FMHDS-CBN, the programme is a collaboration between the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development to support 2016, 2017 exited N-Power volunteers in their businesses.
“14, 000 more exited Batches A & B @npower_ng beneficiaries have registered for the @cenbank Empowerment Options in the last 7 days! You’ve received your validation mails now, haven’t you? Let’s see those who haven’t yet. We’re moving to the next stage… don’t be left out,” Mrs Nkem tweeted.
A few days ago, the media aide revealed that a total of 126,937 former N-Power beneficiaries successfully submitted their records for the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) empowerment options.
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She urged those who are still having a problem submitting their data on the platform to contact her.
The empowerment is expected to be in form of loan to support exited beneficiaries who already have a business or have a sustainable business idea.
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