774,000 FG Jobs: Don't Go To NDE Offices, See New Directive From FG On How To Apply
By GrassrootReportersNg | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 22856 views
The federal government has reacted to report which went viral on social media, directing applicants for the federal government's 774,000 Special Public Works jobs to go to their state offices of National Directorate for Employment (NDE) to apply for the job.
The Minister of State for Employment, Festus Keyamo said on Sunday evening via his Twitter handle that intending applicants should not go the NDE offices for the application as this would breach the Covid-19 safety guidelines.
He urged applicants to disregard such messages.
He wrote: "Kindly disregard all messages directing people to go to NDE offices to register for the Special Public Works. This will breach Covid-19 guidelines and it will not ensure we strictly achieve the 1000 per LGA. The selection will be done from LGA to LGA, not state offices of NDE"
Recall that the President Muhammadu Buhari had approve the jobs to mitigate the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on poor Nigerians.
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