Npower Exit Volunteers Transition Data Collection Form out submit your data here

Npower Exit Volunteers Transition Data Collection is ongoing submit your data now! You are to submit your data to your state focal person for Npower Beneficiaries Data Collection. See more details below.

This post is to update all exited Npower Beneficiaries about Data Collection Form by states focal persons which is ongoing across Federation.

Npower Batch A and B has been mandated to submit their data through their State Focal Person. The collection of data concerns only Npower Batch A and B Volunteers in 36 States of Federation including FCT Abuja.

Npower desk officers of LGA across the Country are asked to submit a comprehensive list of Name, Email address, Phone Number, PPA.

Npower desk officers are further requested to submit the list of those Beneficiaries who are interested in the opportunities the Federal Ministry of humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development (FMHDS) is exploring with some MDA,s such as the CBN.

How to check Npower Npower ID Number via NPVN Portal

You must know your ID Number as a volunteer, steps below will assist you to check your ID Number successfully.

  • First visit npvn.npower.gov.ng portal
  • Click on your name at the top right side of the portal
  • Then a new page will pop up immediately, displaying your profile information and now you can copy your Npower ID as shown in the image below

Npower Data Collection Form Link Portal

The link I will provide will help you to fill your data online. Fill data online here

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