Festus Kiyamo, the state Minister for Labour, Productivity and Employment said applicants should ignore messages authorizing them to go and register in National Directorate of Employment, NDE for the 774,000 Special Public Work Programme .
In a tweet, the Minister for state Asserted that such messages will breach coronavirus pandemic precautionary measures.
He further assured that the selection will be conducted at various Local Government levels and not at state offices of the NDE.
Kiyamo tweeted," Kindly disregard messages directing people to go to NDE offices to register for Special Public Work.
He added that this will breach the COVID-19 guidelines"
He concluded that, the selection will be
carried out Local Government by Local Government in a transparent manner .
It will be recalled that, the state Minister, said the job space is made for all the 774,000 Local Government in Nigeria. 1000 people will be selected from each Local Government area to participate.
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