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See How You Can Apply for NPower Job with Your Smartphone and Insert your Documents

CharlieNews 06/24/2020

NPower Portal will be open this weekend, and a lot of people are planning to go Cybercafe to Apply for the Job, without knowing that their Smartphone can do the work perfectly.

Before that day, make sure you gather all the required documents ready and snap it with your phone camera, although there is a phone App called Document Cam scanner but You still use your phone normal Camera. Snap all your Credentials needed, Passport,Local Government of Origin and insert them on your phone.After that Crop the snapped documents to get it in a good shape.Remember that many people will crowd Cyber cafe centres on that very day. So just sit at the comfort of your home and register for Programme.

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NPower Programme is for Nigerian Graduates who are not into any Government Job and not for Persons above 35 years of age. Don't bother Applying if you fall in this categories because your Bank Verification Number (BVN) will expose you. For people that are qualified to Apply,make sure you apply according to what you studied.

Photos on how you will use your phone to Apply

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This is where and how you will edit and shape the snapped documents.

I will still bring more updates on that day, People that will use their smartphone to Apply, make sure you use Chrome App or UC browser on your phone.

Goodluck as we Apply.

Don't forget to follow me for more updates and also feel free to ask any question.

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