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N-power portal | N-Power News Today |N-Power reopens portal for applicants

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N-power Portal news today says:  This is to inform the general public that all applicants for the 2017 N-Power Portal programme can now start to check their  N-power pre-selection status on the  N-power portal, www.npower.gov.ng/n-power/check

Those that apply npower gov ng teach and others in the past can start checking their pre-selection status.  This programme was established all in the favour to employment for the unemployed graduates, and the Federal Government created N-Power to employ 300,000 people.

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The N-Power has however reopened its N-power portal on Monday night to the applicants.

N-Power News today gathered that all applicants can check their status either with their phone number or Bank Verification Number, BVN.

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There was a statement from the N-power portal official Facebook page read:

“You will recall that we shared that 2017 applicants can check their pre-selection status today (Monday) from 11.30pm.

N-Power Portal | How To Check  Pre-selection Status

“Below is how to check your pre-selection status.

  1. Visit to” Log on to npower.gov.ng
  2. Click on ‘Check your pre-selection status’
  3. In the search box, type in your name or phone number or Email address or
  4. Type your BVN If you have been selected,
  5. Your name will pop up
  6. Then you will receive an SMS and email congratulating on your pre-selection

Next, you prepare for physical verification start between 27th November – 8th December, 2017

On its official N- power twitter handle, @npower ng, N-Power categorically provided call lines and therefore advised applicants to call in if there are any issues.

The duration of the programme is two years and participants will undergo an initial induction training prior to deployment, premium Times report.




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