- The Nigerian government has said it will release a whistle blower policy for the N-power programme
- The policy, FG said, will help fish out those who already have a job and are using N-Power as a secondary means of making money
- FG also announced its new category the N-Power tax programme
The Federal Government has said it will release a whistle blower policy for the job creation and empowerment initiative (N-Power).
In a Twitter post on Monday, July 17, the N-Power programme through its official handle said all those using N-Power as a secondary source of income will be fished out through the policy.
The programme further warned all those involved in the criminal act to proceed with caution and desist from such activities.
Also, the programme announced commencement of the application for its new category N-Power tax.
The category the programme said will enlist and train N-Power volunteers as community liaison tax officers.
The officers, the programme said will operate under the Voluntary Asset and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS) - an initiative of the federal ministry of finance and the Joint Tax Board.
NAIJ.com gathered that close of the applications, 7,500 N-Power volunteers will undertake a tax promotion, document review, record keeping among many others.
The federal government said that the VAIDS programme which has 9 months life span will operate an expedited selection process.
NAIJ.com had reported that a new schedule was released for candidates of the N-Power programme preparing to write their assessment test.
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The exams schedule was divided into four different categories for all candidates who applied for the programme.
The scheme was initiated by the President Muhammadu Buhari's administration to reduce the number of unemployed Nigerians in Nigeria.
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