Minster of communication says over 200 job seekers submit their CVs to him every state he visits.
Minster of communication says over 200 job seekers submit their CVs to him on every state he visits.
Doctor Isa pantami who is the minister of communication and digital economy has decently said that Nigerians should learn skills that can benefit them and not rely on white collar jobs. He said that Nigerians focus more on getting white collar jobs but never think of the skills they have, he said that there are many areas in the economy which lack human skills and people can explore them.
The minster added that each time he visits any state, he comes back with over 200 VCs submitted by people to get work and stated that they should find skills to support them. With all this, he mainly advise Nigerian to explore other Job opportunities stating that there are plenty job opportunities that our skills instead of always relying on white collar jobs.
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