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N-Power beneficiaries protest in Lagos⁣ over recruitment processes

By Guardian Exclusive
04 March 2020   |   10:30 am
Some beneficiaries of the Nigerian government empowerment programme N-Power on Tuesday protested in Lagos, accusing the state government of ignoring them in its recruitment processes.⁣ ⁣ “We have volunteered for them for like three years and there is a lot of recruitment going on and we have not been considered at all,” Ayo Opeyemi, a beneficiary of N-Agro and one of the coordinators of N-power beneficiaries in Lagos, told The Guardian.⁣

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