After President Muhammadu Buhari's approval of Festus Keyamo's 774,000 jobs for all Nigerians, the honorable Minister of State, Labor, and Employment, Festus Keyamo took on to twitter today to warn Nigerians to be cautious of how they go about applying for the 774,00jobs.
Two tweets were made regarding the 774,000 jobs, he first said, "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."
Festus Keyamo added that, "The selection will be done from LGA to LGA, not in States’ NDE offices."
The honorable Minister ended the discussion saying that, "I have NOT directed that forms for the SPW be distributed to APC Ward leaders to give to party members. Any of such list will be discountenanced. THIS IS NOT AN APC PROGRAMME but a programme FOR ALL NIGERIANS. We shall ONLY accept final lists from the States’ Selection Committees."
What do you think about the statement, "It is not for APC or PDP members?
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