A physically-challenged beneficiary from Ondo state, James Akinyosoye has said that he decided to register for the Federal Government’s N-Power programme because he does not want to take to begging on the streets, Concise News reports.
In a video by the Nigeria’s National Social Investment Programmes, also known as the NSIP’s media recently, Akinyosoye stated his desire to become independent.
We consider him “ThisAbled”
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According to him, “I’m very excited to be selected by the Federal Government as one of the beneficiaries.
“I am very grateful.
“It is one of my friends that registered for me. I went for exam in cafe and I wrote my exam. It has a lot of stress. But thank God today, I’m one of the beneficiaries.
“I am very happy for our president (Muhammadu Buhari) and our coordinators. They have been doing a good job.
“The reason I applied for this thing is because I don’t want to be a street beggar. I want to be independent. And I’m very happy to be a beneficiary.”
Watch the video below:
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This online news medium reported that registration and verification has begun for N-Power Tech Software Southern Region.
Beneficiaries from nineteen states across the North already gathered to learn Tech software.
They received their laptops paid for by the Federal Government.