NPower: Many Cross Riverians to withdraw due to the antics of State Agents




This anonymous SOS was sent to our inbox we have decided to share it. Please, it’s only an SOS…

Does states have power to substitute or withdraw a volunteer from the programme? We need to learn about this due to perceived calculated attempt by state agents to scheme marked individuals out of the programme.

If not, why the sudden congestion on NPower volunteer deployment? What is the need for a site that is not even connecting www.crs-npower.com? and all the stress of printing and documenting irrelevant files and paying as much as N3,000 transport and traveling over 400km along this our death traps of road only to secure a posting.

Cross Riverians never envisaged this stress before applying and as we write, a number of volunteers are stranded in Calabar, some left frustrated with the deployment schedule and weeping of their calculated withdrawal from the programme only by this antics of the state agents.

Please, the national office must have to come to our aid, our people must not be schemed out, this politics is not taking us to anywhere but only to rubbish the effort of the Federal Government. Thank you!

Which way are we heading to, please?

~Anonymous

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