Good Morning and welcome to the latest N-Power news headlines update for today, Monday, April 19th, 2021.
Here are the latest N-Power news headlines:
N-Power Batch A and B: Protest Imminent As 500K Nigerian Youths Expected To Occupy Humanitarian Affairs Ministry
Following the expiration of the ultimatum given by the 36-state representatives of N-Power volunteers plus the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) to Sadiya Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development of Nigeria to fulfill all her promises to the exited N-Power beneficiaries, majority of Batch A and B volunteers are ready to storm the Federal Secretariat Complex, Shehu Shagari Way, Central Area, Abuja.
Recall that in a statement in March which was signed by Kabiru Aliyu Pelemi, the National N-Power President, the council warned that failure of the federal agency to heed their request will mean they’ll mobilize 500,000 youths to occupy the ministry.
Owed N-Power Stipends: 9 Days After Nneka Ikem Announced Beneficiaries Have Been Cleared For Payment, Volunteers Still Haven’t Received Alert
One week two days after Nneka Ikem Anibeze, the Special Assistant, Media and Publicity to Sadiya Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development announced on her known Twitter handle that 8, 900 N-Power Batches A and B beneficiaries have been cleared for payment of their 5 months arrears of their stipends, independent findings revealed that the erstwhile volunteers have not gotten paid – till now.
An initiative resembling the famed N-Power scheme of the Nigerian Federal Government, Teach For Nigeria Recruitment is ongoing, GoldenNewsNg gathered.
Teach For Nigeria is a non-profit organisation which its founders say is “focused on eliminating educational inequity in Nigeria by placing future leaders to teach in underserved schools in low-income communities”.
Application for the Teach For Nigeria 2021 cohort of Fellows is now open!
— Teach For Nigeria (@Teach4Nigeria) April 15, 2021
How To Apply For Teach For Nigeria Recruitment 2021 (Application for 2021 Fellowship)
The website to apply for Teach For Nigeria 2021 is https://teachfornigeria.org/apply.
The Fellowship Selection Process
The Teach For Nigeria Fellowship is a highly selective program. The Fellowship attract applications from leaders from different workplaces and graduates from the best universities across the world. Through the 3-staged process, they select the candidates with the highest potential to make a difference.
Stage 1: The Application form
Your application will help those in charge of the programme understand your experiences, your motivation to join the Teach For Nigeria fellowship and why you would be a strong fit for the Fellowship.
Stage 2: Online Test
If they find you a good fit for the fellowship through your application, you will be invited to take an online test.
Stage 3: Assessment Center
If successful in your Online Test, they will invite you to the Assessment Centre, which is the final stage of our selection process. Here, you will teach a 5-minute lesson, take part in a group activity, and participate in a one-on-interview with their assessors.