You can tell if your Npower Batch C finger print is successful by getting a success onscreen message.
Since the shortlisting of the N-Power batch C candidates, many people have tried to capture their finger prints by going to cyber Cafe and business centers.
But most of these so called cyber Cafe owners barely know what Npower finger or biometric capture is all about, some don’t even know the thumbprint scanner to use for the Npower Batch C biometric capture. Check: Reasons why you have not been shortlisted for Npower.
However, we will take you through the steps of how to successfully capture your thumbprint Below:
How many fingers will I capture for the Npower Biometric
If you are uncertain about how many fingers your supposed to capture.
The fingers to be captured for the Npower Batch C biometric capture are just “4” out of your “10” fingers. And they are:
- Right Thumb.
- Right Index Finger.
- Left Thumb
- Left Index Finger.
After launching the Npower Biometric app installed from the NASIMS Portal. From the biometric capture page, you will get a message saying:
Follow the below instruction to enroll your biometric capture for N-power.
Enroll your Only your Right and Left Thumb And Left and Right Index Finger.
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As shown in the picture Below:
After capturing your Right and Left thumb, and Left and Right Index.
You will get an onscreen prompt saying.
To confirm your submission, Place any of your two Thumb or Index Fingers on the Fingerprint Reader.
As seen in the picture above.
After placing either of your Right and Left Thumb or Left and Right Index Fingers on the card reader. It will check for for confirmation if they are the same Fingers or thumb by initializing it. Then if they match, you will get an onscreen successful message saying:
You have successfully enrolled your Fingerprints.
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