The N-Power is set to give out different brands of device for beneficiaries in the course of their skill learning and acquisitions.
Government had announced that the distribution of first batch of the devices to be issued to N-Power volunteers would commence on July 15.
But it was shifted to a soon to be announced date.
The device are all tablets of 8 variants from which beneficiaries can select.
These are Afri-One (2-in 1), RLG Adulawo Limited, Samsung Tab E., Zinox Z Pad.
Others are Brain NPower IPAD,Techno Pad, Floss Signatures and Speedstar.
Majority of the first batch who have received N30,000 monthly stipends were able to select an N-Power device.
Those who made selection before March 27, 2017 are eligible for collection once distribution commences.
Basic features include: free one year internet subscription; pre-loaded learning materials to support assignments (Cisco, Google, Microsoft, Learn Africa all contributed content that can accessed); Over one million resources on each device.
Meanwhile, Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has extended registration for 2017 N-Power application by two weeks.
The application portal will now close on Thursday, July 27, 2017.
The N-Power Volunteer Corps is part of the Federal government’s Social Investment Programmes, under which it plans to hire 350,000 unemployed graduates