The recruitment of about 774,000 jobs by the federal government of Nigeria has been postponed.
The scheduled recruitment of about 774,000 Nigerians by the Federal Government has been postponed.
The announcement was made by the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo (SAN) who said the rescheduled recruitment will take place by November 1.
He said President Muhammadu Buhari approved the rescheduling of the programme meant to engage 1000 persons from all the 774 local government areas for menial jobs for three months.
Keyamo said the approval was based on his memo to the President informing him that most of the proposed project sites were still water-logged as the rains had not abated.
The programme, he noted, was designed for execution during the dry season when most of the project sites would be ready for work.
He said that capturing of those to be engaged by the selected banks has been progressing seamlessly across the 774 local government areas.
A statement on Tuesday by the spokesman, Ministry of Labour and Employment said “the minister also pointed out that the information regarding the banks attached to the specific local government areas could be found in the project’s website: www.specificpublicworks.gov.ng.”
It noted that more information is also available with the various state selection committees.