NEXIT: Disengage NPower volunteers to protest delay in implementation

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Exited Npower Beneficiaries on Tuesday said they will occupy Nigerian Street On Match 8, 2021 to protest Federal Government continued delay in the implementation of the NEXIT programme.

The former NPower beneficiaries in a statement wondered why the Federal Government continues to use delay tactics by deliberately slowing down engagement process.

They called on President Muhammadu Buhari through the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs Disaster Management and Social Development to urgently do the needful and stop keeping the youths redundant.

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“Protest continue until our demands are met, we will not succumb to their delaying tactics which have left us redundant for over six months now. We will remain on the streets until FG met our demands;
1. Confirm those selected for a job with appointment letters.
2. Disburse funds to those selected for loans.

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Nexit portal registration can never take up to 3 months for only registration if not for the Government tricks to keep delaying the destinies of Nigerian youths. We are determine to fight for our futures even with the last drop of our blood, Nigeria is our country, we deserve the best in our fatherland.

It is only when wickedness in high places are involve that registration of 500,000 beneficiaries will take more than 3months for only registration, while online registration for 3,000,000 Nigerians can possibly take 3 weeks.

We are all aware of these delaying tactics of Nigerian government to keep beneficiaries redundant.

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It is on this note that we call on all the batch A&B beneficiaries and the proposed batch C to unanimously hit the Nigerian streets on the 8th March, 2021 Nationwide 10,000,000 man ceaseless protest while we continue with the ongoing Abuja protest. We call on beneficiaries in Abuja proximity states to join us in the ongoing protest in Abuja.

Remember to come with your nose mask, placards and Npower crested vest. Do well to share this message to all beneficiaries across the Nation, we will not back down on our 10,000,000 man Nationwide ceaseless protest until our demands are met.

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