N-power Batch C: NASIMS To Drop 50,000 on Biometrics Mistakes, Readies Deployment list.
N-power Batch Deployment: Did you apply for Npower batch c? Have done your biometrics? If yes then, this post is for you.
There has been fear amongst applicants who wrongly enrolled their biometric data, many are asking if they will be disqualified, but NASIMS has come to say that over 50,000 will be dropped for violating the biometric rules.
The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has centered the criteria for the selection of the 500,000 Batch C Stream 1 Npower beneficiaries on “conformity to the FingerPrint enrolment guidelines”, as it prepares the final list of the beneficiaries’ deployment.
Recall that the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development had shortlisted 550,000 Applicants to undergo the FingerPrint Verification stage of the selection processes, out of which 500,000 beneficiaries would be finally selected and engaged in the Batch C Stream 1 N-power program.
The N-power Management clearly defined rules for the FingerPrint Enrolment which included that “Applicant must enroll 4 fingers – two right, 2 left”, however, some applicants flouted the rule by enrolling 10 fingers.
An applicant of the Programme who noticed the implication of enrolling 10 fingers instead of 4 fingers as directed by NASIMS, may have found favor on Friday when she was requested to send her details which included Full Names, Phone Number, Email Address, Application ID, BVN, etc with the tittle “Biometric Capture” as stated below:
Among the 50,000 applicants to be dropped also include applicants who are unable to complete the Biometrics Enrolment due to one situation or the other, as was the case of the “Record Update/Test” Phase.
Is Deployment Date September?
This is not Official as claimed. There has been a media report claiming that the deployment of the N-power Beneficiaries would be in September 2021.
It went further to state that it was announced by the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development.