Ahead of the exit of Npower Batch C, Stream 1 beneficiaries, the Federal Government through National Social Investment Management System (NASIM) has designed an exit program named ”Work Nation’ to train and connect concerned beneficiaries to global work opportunities.
However, Investors King learnt that to qualify for the program, beneficiaries are expected to take an eligibility test. Several beneficiaries have reported having issues with the test, the following steps could help you to navigate through the process.
To write your eligibility test, you will have to log in to the NASIM portal https://nasim.gov.ng/login
Afterward, you will need to enter your registered email and password which will give you access to your dashboard.
Once you are logged in, the Work Nation message will show up. This means you are eligible for the test. On the other hand, if the Work Nation message did not pop up, that means you are not qualified for the test yet.
If you are qualified, you will have to click on the “Proceed To Test” button to take the eligibility test.
Investors King advised eligible beneficiaries to ensure a good internet network before taking the test. It is also advisable that the test should be taken at a quiet place to ensure concentration.
You can decide to take the test later if you are having poor internet network or not in a quiet place yet.
After completing the eligibility test and clicking on submit button, your result will be displayed on your screen.
In addition, do note that you are only entitled to one eligibility test. If you passed the test, you will be entitled to the exit package while those who failed will not. It is therefore important that you strive to score high.
According to NASIM, the N-Power exit programs ‘Work Nation ‘ is designed for both the graduate and non-graduate of Batch C, Stream 1 beneficiaries.
Participants will be trained on different skills which include marketing, business analysis, engineering, and human resources among others.
Immigration Service Orders Passport Offices to Work on Saturday
Passport offices to work on Saturdays across the country amid the surge in demand
Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has directed passport offices across the country to work on Saturday amid the surge in demand for international passports.
The directive which was contained in a statement released yesterday by the Public Relations Officer, Mr. Tony Akuneme, noted that the directive is aimed to enable the Service to reduce the backlog occasioned by the 2020 and 2021 prolonged lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The CG has directed that passport offices across the country with a high volume of pending applications to work on Saturdays. (However), the Saturdays preceding the Christmas and New Year holidays are exempted.
“The period for this exercise is expected to be every Saturday commencing from December 3, 2022, to January 28, 2023, between the period of 10 am and 2 pm,” the statement partly read.
Investors King understands that Nigerians have been going through a long queue while trying to acquire an international passport. In some cases, it could take as long as four to six months.
This long queue has created room for racketeering. A standard passport which normally costs N26,000 is being done at the rate of N50,000. It could be as high as N70,000 to N100,000 in some cities such as Abuja and Lagos.
According to the statement, the Controller-General of the immigration service has also approved the deployment of the Passport Controller in Ekiti to Jigawa, while the one in Ondo was moved to NIS Zonal Office in Ibadan.
The CG added that he will hold passport officers accountable for any acts of indiscipline by officers under their watch.
Meanwhile, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has cautioned Nigerians on the dangers of irregular migration, so as not to waste their future.
The CG who gave the advice disclosed that the service will intensify its efforts to sensitize Nigerians on the danger of irregular migration.
He noted that most of the victims are being brainwashed by travel agents who only care about making money from such trips.
MultiChoice Introduces Special World Cup Package on GOtv
The package named “Jolli YaQatar” was launched today and it comes with a new discount offer
The mother brand of GOtv, MultiChoice has introduced a special world cup package for GOtv subscribers.
The package named “Jolli YaQatar” was launched today and it comes with a new discount offer, Investors King learnt.
According to a statement released by MultiChoice, the decoder and one-month subscription which was previously N6,900 will now be available for N4,900.
“Starting from Saturday, November 26, customers can get a GOtv decoder at just N4,900 instead of N6,900,” the statement read.
Additionally, all matches of the FIFA World Cup are now available to GOtv customers on Supa, Max, and Jolli packages.
MultiChoice Nigeria’s Chief Executive Officer, John Ugbe, noted that the special package will enable more Nigerian families to enjoy the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
He added that the company has included more channels to capture all moments at the ongoing world cup in Qatar.
“This special World Cup price offer will allow more Nigerians access to live matches and show-stopping moments at the ongoing FIFA World Cup. To further drive this, we have extended more World Cup dedicated channels to every customer,” he said.
GOtv is one of the most popular pay-per-view television service providers in Nigeria.
Apart from being relatively affordable, it has a lot of exciting channels which include Africa Magic Urban, Honey, SuperSport, WWE, SuperSport channels, KIX, StarLife, Cartoon Network, ESPN, Zee World, TeleMundo, CNN International, Al Jazeera, Discovery Family, B4U Movies, TNT Africa.
Others include MTV Base, HIP TV, M-Net Movies 4, ROK, Discovery ID, Nat Geo Wild, Da Vinci Kids, Disney Junior, Nickelodeon, Jim Jam, and a lot more.
In all, GOtv has over 80 exciting channels covering news both local and international, music, sports, documentaries, series, movies, and children’s programmes.
GOtv subscription begins from N1,900 a month on GOtv Jinja, to N2,800 for GOtv Jolli. GOtv Mass monthly subscription goes for N4,150 while the all-round package, GOtv Supa goes for N5,500.
FG to Boost Internet Connection in OAU, Unilag, Unilorin, and 14 Other Institutions
The federal government has approved a sum of N400 million each to boost internet connection in Obafemi Awolowo University, University of Lagos, University of Ilorin, and 14 other institutions across the country.
The approval which was disclosed by the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Prof. Isa Pantami, is aimed to increase broadband penetration in Nigeria.
Investors King understands that this is in addition to the agreement which the ministry sighed with top tech company, Microsoft to train 5 million Nigerians on high-demand digital skills.
Speaking during the award of the contracts letters in Abuja, Pantami noted that Nigeria is on course to achieve 70 percent broadband penetration by 2025.
While highlighting the benefits of the broadband project to include improving the quality of education and overall growth of the beneficiary institutions, the minister stated that three higher institutions were selected from each geo-political zone of the country.
On the list of beneficiary institutions include Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife; University of Lagos and University of Ilorin, University of Nigeria, Nsukka; Federal University of Technology, Owerri; Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka; University of Calabar; University of Benin; and the University of Port Harcourt.
Others are Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria; Bayero University, Kano; Umaru Musa Yar’Adua University, Katsina; Borno State University; Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi; Gombe State University; Federal University of Technology, Minna; University of Ilorin; University of Abuja; and College of Education (Special), Ibadan.
In the same development, Pantami added that 20 markets, 3 each from the six geo-political zones will also benefit from the broadband projects.
The markets include the famous computer village In Lagos, the highly patronised Wuse market in Abuja; Bodija Market in Ibadan, Kantin Kwari Market, Kano; Central Market, Lafia, Nasarawa State; Mandate Market, Ilorin; Jos Main Market, Plateau State; Jimeta Central Market, Yola; New Market, Gombe.
Others are Oja Oba, Akure, Ondo State; Kuto, Abeokuta, Ogun State; Ariaria International Market, Aba, Abia State; International Modern Market, Owerri, Imo State; Main Market, Onitsha, Anambra State; Watt Market, Calabar, Cross River; Oba Market, Benin, Edo State; and Swali Market, Yenegoa, Bayelsa State.
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