How to participate in Npower Transition Page Programme for all Beneficiaries 2020-2021

This post is all about how to register and to participate in Npower Transition Page Programme for all Beneficiaries 2020/2021. To be eligible you must be among the successful beneficiaries and your name must be in the Monthly Stipends payroll. Learn more under.

Facts about Npower Transition Page – it is page created on N-Power Beneficiaries NPVN Dashboard; to enable Volunteers select a path to prepare them for the next thing after N-Power Programme.

Get the latest News for Volunteers 

At the end of this article you will know the latest about the 2020/2021 Npower Transition Programme for all Npower Selelcted Volunteers across the Federation.

The Federal Government of Nigeria designed the N-Power Program to help young Nigerians acquire and develop life-long skills to become solution providers in their communities. To help improve the N-power program, NPower would like to know which of the following sectors you are interested in. Note that you can select Multiple Interest Areas at:

Available Packages at Npower Transition Page Programme

Path one – Become a SANEF Agent: With 50,000 Naira you can begin your journey in Entrepreneurship as a SANEF

Path two – Start a Business with a GEEP Loan: 100,000 Naira loan to enable you begin a business in your community

Path three – Become a Teacher: Teach as a School teacher in your community.

Path Four – Start a Farm/Expand your Farm: Begin farming and start feeding the nation.

Path Five – Become a Field/Data Agent: Work as an Agent for a Bank, Research Agency or Consumer Goods company. join the community collection

Path six – Become a Community Policeman: Join the Police force to secure and protect your community.

How to register and participate for Npower Npower Transition 2020/2021

If you are among the n-power volunteers register via, then click the N-Power Transition Page to select their prefer path.

Login to your dashboard to access your page


Npower Transition Programme for all Beneficiaries in 36 States

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