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Npower: Full list of 36 states focal persons and their phone numbers

Earlier, we removed the phone numbers of N-Power State Focal Persons because of outright misuse by some volunteers, we’re activating it again for the benefit of the beneficiaries who have critical issues to resolve.

Who are the N-Power State Focal Persons?

  • Full list of NPower State Focal Persons in 36 states and Their Phone Numbers
  • NPower State Focal Persons In The South-South
  • NPower State Focal Persons In The South East
  • NPower State Focal Persons In The North East
  • NPower Sate Focal Persons In The North Central
  • N-Power State Focal Persons In The North West


Most of the numbers may not work again if the state focal person has been replaced.

Federal Government appointed N-power Focal Persons in all the states including FCT in December 2016, but some N-power volunteers up till don’t know their state focal officer.

CAUTION: Volunteers should only call on working days and hours. Please don’t invade their privacy by calling at late hours or when your state focal person is still in bed.

And make sure that you already have N-power verified logo in your NPVN dashboard before you put a call across to your state focal person.

Better still, make sure you play your own part by correcting your N-power details before putting calls across to state focal person.

You must be aware of the fact that they’re not in position to edit your profile for you, in case you have errors in your NPVN PORTAL.

Who are the N-Power State Focal Persons?

Focal persons are FG’s N-power representatives in their state serving as liaison between the N-power headquarters (in Abuja) and the beneficiaries in their state of primary assignment.

In some states, the Govs picked Commissioners as focal persons, and in some cases the Govs picked Special Advisers or Assistants. We know some states have started deploying indeed, FG said.

Note: The names here are subject to change

NPower State Focal Persons In The Southwest

1) Ekiti State:

Olajide Gbenga

Contact: 07039701178

2) Lagos State:

Mrs. Olusola Falana

Phone number: 08121167144

3) Ogun State:

Adeleke Adewolu

Phone number: 08133051991

4) Ondo State:

Bolanle Olafunmiloye

Phone number: 08033298380

5) Osun State:

Idiat Oluyemisi Babalola

Phone number: 08030853537

6) Oyo State:

Atinuke Osunkoya

Contact phone number: 08051935095

NPower State Focal Persons In The South-South

7) Akwa Ibom State:

Aniefiok Thomas
Phone number: 08053441188

8) Cross River State:

Ambassador Nkoyo Toyo

9) Bayelsa State:

Martha Jenakumo
Phone number: 08038690206

10) Edo State:

Ken ihensekhien/ Prof. Julius Ihonvbere
Phone numbers: 07016455554; 08055711112

11) Rivers State:

Mr Alwell Ihunda
GSM: 08033124099

12) Delta State:

Mrs. Shimite Bello

NPower State Focal Persons In The South East

13) Abia State:

Mr Chinenye Nwaogu
Conact phone number: 08033307750

14) Anambra State:

Mark Okoye

Phone number: 08187726255

15) Ebonyi State:

Mr. Okorafor Nnanna Nwaji

Phone no: 09092865511

16) Enugu State:

Dan Onyishi
Contact: 08124730366

17) Imo State:

Mrs Nzeribe
Contact phone no: 08093070990

NPower State Focal Persons In The North East

18) Adamawa State:

Commodore Usman Sali Bodes (rtd).
Phone number: 08033102847

19) Bauchi State:

Mansur Manu Soro

Phone no: 08032870453

20) Borno State:

Babazanna Abdulkarim

Phone numebr: 08034244138, 08024309004

21) Gombe State:

Maryam Isa Mele
Contact: 08032851493

22) Taraba State:

Beatrice Kitchener

Phone number: 07037688127

23) Yobe Sate:

Muhammad A. Yusufari

Phone number: 08066417337

NPower State Focal Persons In The North Central

24) Benue State:

Engr. Conrad Utaan
Contact: 08169997870

25) Federal Capital Territory, Abuja:

Mrs Elegbede Irene Adebola

Contact: 08033059629

26) Kwara State:

Elder Ayobola Samuel

Phone number: 08033584401; 08059733525

27) Kogi State:

Ibrahim Adoga
Contact: 080177577771

28) Nasarawa State:

Mohammed Danazimi

Phone number: 08065478482, 08095786460

29) Niger State:

Hon Afiniki E. Dauda
Phone no: 08033400531

30) Plateau State:

Dr Sumaye Fadimatu Hamza


N-Power State Focal Persons In The North West

31) Jigawa State:

Bala Usman Chamo

Contact phone no: 08065952919

32) Kaduna State:

Muhammad Sani Abdullah

Phone no: 08033345688

33) Kano State:

Aisha Jaafar Yusuf
Phone number: 08033928712; 08173646600

34) Katsina State:

Abdulkadir Nasir. Binta Abba Umar
Contact: 08144086300

35) Kebbi State:

Usman Buhari Ali

Phone number: 08067831800

36) Sokoto State:

Lawali Zagi
Contact phone no: 08022712023

37) Zamfara State:

Hajiya Fatima Umaru Shinkafi
Contact phone number: 08036009838

Rules to observe while calling N-power state focal persons?

Note that if you call at wrong hours, or you keep disturbing, your calls may be flagged. Please exercise every sense of restraint while dealing with these officials.

Don’t disturb!

Call at working hours. Working hours in public service in Nigeria is between 8AM – 4PM. Call on working days. Don’t call during holidays.

Respect their privacy.

Don’t call to greet. He doesn’t know you personally, “how’s your family? How is your work? ” are irrelevant questions. Go straight to your problem by introducing yourself as N-power volunteer in bla…bla..bla….

Don’t call when you’re having minor issues like the incoherent name. In such a case, go to your bank and make necessary correction.

Call your state focal person ONLY for N-Power related issues. Don’t call for other jobs. They’re only appointed to oversee the scheme in their respective states.

Gather your thoughts before you put your call across. Go straight to your point. Don’t gibber when you call.

Some of the technical and Frequently Asked Questions have been treated on So, ensure you try that platform before you call.

It could be annoying when you call repeatedly to complain of the same problem. Allow him to attend to the ones on his table first.

Understand the mood of your focal person. When you call someone twice, and he doesn’t pick, he could be busy. Call back some hours later.

Know his title. Africans love titles. If he’s a chief in his village, address him as Chief. A chief in Africa feels embarrassed when he’s addressed as Mr. Or you address a retired Army Col. as Major, he’s likely to hang up on you.

Know his preferred language. If you speak English and he replies in the indigenous language, please switch to that language. Don’t continue to blow vocabulary when your receiver prefers his language.

Best of luck!

Stay tuned to our channel for more, or join our WhatsApp group; Npower 2020/2021 for every update on Npower and other government social intervention programs captured by the N-SIP.

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