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We would like to seize this opportunity to congratulate everyone who scales through the third stage of the Npower programme. If your name was among those called for biometrics verification then you have been shortlisted and have nothing to panic about.

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The next stage after the biometrics capturing is the deployment. Many are asking if there will be physical verification or not. We want to assure you that to the best of our knowledge as at the time of making this post and after undergone due diligence research, there may not be any physical verification.


Usually, physical verification is a scenario where shortlisted applicants come to verify their document/credentials for authenticity and carryout fingerprint biometrics data capture if the document is duly verified.

However, this year everything seems different. This is because Npower published the biometrics software public for applicants to be able to capture their biometrics and submit it to the Npower Database for validation. Also, through the help of BVN, there will certainly not be irregularities for date of birth and names.


Due to the advent of this technology, there probably may not be any physical verification. And for many applicants who still haven’t captured their fingerprint should do so and on time before stream two will commence.

Meanwhile, all the applicants for Npower program that successfully completed their biometric fingerprint capturing are expected to check their deployment status and print out their posting letters. The printing of N-power Batch C deployment letter will be done on nasims portal.

The N-power Batch C was created to employ one million Nigerian youths between the age of 18 and 35 years. The program is being divided into Stream 1 and Stream 2. 500,000 beneficiaries will be absorbed in the first stream, and another 500,000 in the second stream.

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Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.

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