N-Power: Afolabi Imoukhuede Storms Learning Centre (Photo Courtesy: N-Power/Twitter)
N-Power: Afolabi Imoukhuede Storms Learning Centre (Photo Courtesy: N-Power/Twitter)

The Senior Special Assistant to the president on job creation and youth employment, Afolabi Imoukhuede, last Thursday stormed the N-Power Creative Campus, Concise News reports.

Recall this online news medium reported that N-Creative beneficiaries started their training on Friday, the 5th of July.

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Speaking to the beneficiaries, he says: “You all ask to be empowered and now the Federal Government has empowered you. What will you do with that power?”


The N-Power Creative programme which was announced in October 2018, will train and develop 5,000 young creative talents.

The strategy is to put Nigeria’s creative industry on the global radar as exporters of world-class services and content.

Training will last 3 months, made up of 1-month in-class and a 2-month hands-on group project, across selected Nigerian cities.

The participants will be trained and certified in one of the following courses:

Animation | Graphic Design | Post-production | Script Writing

At the end of the training, some participants will get local and international internship opportunities while others will be linked to job and market opportunities.

In addition, all participants will receive computing devices that will ensure that they master their skills during and after the training.

Selection Preference

→Unemployed graduates or non-graduates

→Must be between 18-35 years old

→Basic illustration skills will be an advantage for animation and graphic arts

→Script Writing, creative writing skills and analytical writing skills will be an advantage

→Problem-solving skills

→Ability to undertake self-tutorship




  • → 3 Months


→Building/Construction Project Management

→ Animator

→Script Writer

→ Illustrator

→ Graphics Designer

→ Sound Editor

→ Film Editor

→ Visual Effects Artist

→ Game Design

→ Desktop Publishing

→ Digital Media Publishing

→ Educational/Training Content Production

The Federal Government’s N-Power scheme currently engages no fewer than 500,000 youth graduates deployed to provide public health services in teaching, health, agriculture and tax and monitoring.

It also engages another 200,000 non-graduates in training or on attachment to organisations as interns.