N-Power Salary Structure 2019 and How N-power will Pay Workers

N-Power Salary Structure 2019 and How N-power will Pay Workers. 

N-Power Salary Structure… This article will enlighten you more on how much N-Power pays their staffs monthly and annually, starting from the highest rank staff to the lowest vacant position. 

N-Power Salary Structure

N-power is a Federal Government of Nigeria program under the social investment program for job creation and empowerment initiatives. It is a program of the FGN to help reduce unemployment by helping them to create jobs and engaging them in activities while unemployed. 
This page will enlighten you on N-power current salary scale for each job position. Stay focus and read through.

N-Power Salary Scale 2019.

N-Power Teach Programme
Salary Structure: 28,000 – 30,000 monthly
N-Power Agro Programme
Salary Structure: 25,000 – 30,000 monthly
N-Power Health Programme
Salary Structure: 30,000 – 40,000 monthly
N-Power Community Education Programme
Salary Structure: 10,000 – 30,000 monthly 
N-Power Creative Programme
Salary Structure: 10,000 – 30,000 monthly
N-Power Tech (Software) Programme
Salary Structure: 20,000 – 40,000 monthly
N-Power Tech (Hardware) Programme
Salary Structure: 20,000 – 40,000 monthly
N-Power Build Programme
Salary Structure: 27,000 – 30,000 monthly 

N-Power Salaries Latest Update.

The presidency on Saturday gave an update concerning NPower Monthly Salary news, School Feeding Programme, Conditional Cash Transfer, Npower, with others.
A ​statement by, Laolu Akande, Senior Special Assistant on Media to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, said that over 246 million (246,355,190) meals had been served to primary pupils over 20 states in the country, since the first dinner served in December 2016 under the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP).
​He also noted that the total figure was expected to reach 313,928,420 meals by the last week of February 2018. NPower Monthly Salary news
According to him, ​the School Feeding Programme now fed over 6,044,625 pupils in 33,981 public primary schools beyond 20 states.
​”​More states are required to be added to the program this year. The NHGSFP plans to complete feeding in a total of 28 States, while it intends to link farmers to school feeding markets.
​”​In the same vein, several milestones were reported by the Buhari administration’s National Social Investment Programmes (NSIP) in 2017, in line with its comprehensive growth plan, which includes tackling poverty and hunger and creating jobs for Nigerians.
​The statement further disclosed that the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) has so far recorded over 280,000 beneficiaries in 21 states, while about 300,000 Government Enterprise Empowerment Programme (GEEP) micro-credit, interest-free loans have been disbursed nationwide.
​It stated that the Npower program scheme, which is aimed at providing jobs for unemployed young graduates, started its physical verification process for the 2017 applicants.
​”​In 2018, more beneficiaries are required to be added to about 200,000 young graduates currently employed under the scheme.
​”​A total of N900 billion was budgeted for the SIPs in 2016 and 2017; with N500 billion budgeted for 2016 and N400 billion budgeted for 2017.
​”​However, the total amount released was N110 billion for 2016 and 2017, with the total expenditure of N109 billion,​”​‎ it said. NPower Monthly Salary news,

​The statement also gave a breakdown of the N109 billion released between October 2016 and November 2017 for the SIPs, namely: GEEP, CCT, NHGSFP, N-power, and general expenditure.
​”​The GEEP expenditure was N11,700,200,466, while the CCT gulped N5,235,401,087.
​”​In the same vein, between October 2016 and November 2017, N22,370,719,017 was expended for the Home-grown School Feeding Programme (HGSFP); while N69,731,256,122 was expended on Npower, which is the Job Creation component of the SIP, during the same period.​”​ 
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