NPower Exit Plan Packages for 2016-2017 Batch A & B Beneficiaries – See Latest News
The federal Government (FG) with it commitment to tackle extreme poverty has instructed the Central bank to come up with an Npower Exit Plan for all beneficiaries who have been disengaged or are to be disengage from the N-Power programme.
If you fall into any of these categories or group then its time to quickly embrace NEXIT, remember that only those who successfully registered or enrolled for NEXIT will be given the opportunity to transit.
Npower Exit Packages for 2016 and 2017 Beneficiaries
On record there are about 500,000 beneficiaries, 300,000 are from Batch B while 200,00 are from Batch A.
Remembering that Npower programme cuts across almost all sector of the economy from Agriculture, Health, Education, and Tax, beneficiaries that transit successfully are expected to impact positively to the economic growth of Nigerian economy.
The federal Government is going to leverage on the those in the educational sector (Npower teach) employ a large percentage as teachers through the federal government teachers scheme.
While some of the beneficiaries will be absorb into other sectors of the CBN social programme which has an objective to empower them with various skills that will see them become employer of labour.
Npower NEXIT Portal Login Link
NEXIT portal direct link for registration and recruitment is
You just have to access the link, and follow the instructions on registration which is self explanatory. If you run into any problem please refer to us via the comment form.
NEXIT portal brings closure to N-Power Batch A, B,
The ministry of Humanitarian Affairs was established by the president in the 3rd quarter of 2019 with a clear vision and mandate that involves making Humanitarian policies and also be at helm of the directing and controlling National and International Humanitarian interventions.
The present Government has placed all social investment programmes under the watch of the ministry of Humanitarian Affairs.
Recall that the president establishment the NSIP known as National social investment programme in 2016 which seeks to reduce hunger and also lead the role in the fight against poverty in Nigeria.
NPower is a programme under NSIP which has about 500,000 Nigerians under it social programmes comprising of two Batches – Batch A and B. With the share size of the beneficiaries this made Npower the most interesting and also popular among Nigerians.
The Npower programme has its own problems that arise to late payment issues and recently how to disengage the beneficiaries who has been in the programme for over 2 years and more.
From the beginning of the programme, the Government never saw any need to have a clear exit plan for beneficiaries who has already seen the programme as a continuous stream of income given the hash economic they find themselves.
They reject and resisted any plan by the Government to kick them out even when the Government has not committed any offence and still act under the terms and conditions of the programme which was designed to last for just 24 months.
By now the Government are beginning to acknowledge their errors of not designing a perfect exit plans, the ministry of Humanitarian Affairs came under contact attack on social media.
They have no option than to quickly collaborate with the Apex Bank, CBN to come up with the N-power Exit (NEXIT).
With NEXIT now on board, beneficiaries will now have to key into CBN empowerment and entrepreneurship programme.
To get started with the NEXIT, Npower beneficiaries has to log onto the NEXIT portal made available by CBN, provide the necessary personal information needed for CBN to identify and accept them for possible placement into it social skill acquisition programme.