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Federal Government’s youth empowerment scheme, N-Power, on Friday, issued a stern warning to 2017 beneficiaries involved in sharp practices.
The empowerment scheme in a tweet on its verified Twitter page urged those with extra jobs to resign or face a penalty.
The scheme also instructed those who employed someone to attend their primary assignment to resign or face the consequences.
The tweet read: “Dear 2017 Beneficiaries If you know you already have a job, resign now as a beneficiary.
“If you also know that you are fraudulently asking someone to attend your PPA, stop now.
“We will make examples of defaulters.”