N-Power Warns NEXIT Volunteers Against This

The Federal Government social investment scheme, N-Power, has warned the NEXIT volunteers against submitting their details on “fake websites” in order to avoid getting scammed.

Fraudsters have devised a means by which people will reveal their details to them all in the name of looking for a solution to the challenge faced in the course of registration.

A fake website have been circulating on social media asking people to lodge in their complaints and later ask them to fill in their details including email address and password.

N-Power, therefore, warn all Volunteers to be very careful in filling any online form regarding the FG/CBN program.

Any site(s) different from all the listed below should be disregarded without thinking twice.

* https://nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng

* http://npvn.npower.gov.ng

* [email protected]

* [email protected]

* [email protected]

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development of Nigeria in a post on Twitter stated that customized text messages have been sent to successful Tech (N-Creative) candidates.

According to the Ministry, applicants who indicated an interest in the N-Creative programme in 2020 should check their email addresses.

The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development of Nigeria in a post on Twitter stated that customized text messages have been sent to successful Tech (N-Creative) candidates.

According to the Ministry, applicants who indicated an interest in the N-Creative programme in 2020 should check their email addresses.

mNaija reports that the Tech training will begin on January 15 in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.

The latest NPower tech training is targeted at Nigerian youths in the Northern zones of the country.

1, 500 beneficiaries have been selected as prospective trainees for an in-camp in respect of the NPower Tech.

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