2016 Recruitment – FG to Recruit 200,000 Graduates That Are Unemployed This October

FG To Recruit 200,000 Unemployed Graduates in October

The time has come when all effort will be put to ground for a solid foundation to be set by the Federal Government as they move on to employ thousands of graduates in Nigeria. This was made true when the Federal Government announces its implementation of Social Investment Programme which will take by the end of October 2016.

2016 FG Recruitment in October – over 200,000 unemployed graduates will be employed according to a statement issued in Abuja by the Senior Special Assistant On Media And Publicity To The Vice President, Mr Laolu Akande.

Employment Procedure For 200,000 Recruitment By The Federal Government

Prospective candidates who wish to seek for this employment are here by advice to always visit this website; calendergist.com.ng for an optimum updates as the recruitment application is yet to commence by the end of this month, October 2016.

Candidate should also understand that this Massive Recruitment is for Social Investment Programmes that are capable of making a career in ones life.

Candidates must be a Nigerian or have a necessary work permits if not a Nigerian citizen

To become a member of this recruitment that will soon kick off, a potential employee will have to go through the procedure carefully. Yes, the procedure is yet to be out and interested candidates must be aware that Information Is Power; we will do our best to publish in detail every aspect of information with regard to this social investment program’s that is yet to begin.

FG To Recruit 200,000 Unemployed Graduates in October

According To Mr Osibanjo, we expect that before the end of month, we will engage 200,000 out of 500,000 unemployed graduate the buhari administration plans to hire in the Npower prorammes. He further said that the direct government jobs are meant to keep these young people occupied, pay tem some amount of money and also give them a device which will also help them to learn several skills.

 

 

Comments

  1. This is a welcome development. but hope it don’t go down as one of those promises that were never kept. There should be no stories this time.

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