Presidency moves to stop one-sided, secret recruitment in government agencies (see proof)

Presidency moves to stop one-sided, secret recruitment in government agencies (see proof)

- Federal government wants to stop unfair employments in federal service

- The circular announcing the new procedure was signed by the permanent secretary in office of the acting secretary to the government of the federation

- The circular said the government was concerned about the increasing recruitment malpractices in agenciess

The Presidency has moved to stop lopsided appointments into the federal civil service by streamlining the procedures involved.

NAIJ.com gathered that the Presidency has released new procedures that will guide recruitments henceforth.

A circular seen by NAIJ.com on Saturday, July 15 expressed the Presidency’s concerns over the increasing number of backdoor recruitments by federal government agencies.

FG measures to stop lop-sided recruitment

Second page of the circular source: Achilleus-Chud Uchegbu

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NAIJ.com had previously reported that the director-general of the Directorate of State Security (DSS), Lawal Daura, may soon have to face the Nigerian Senate over the alleged lopsidedness in the recruitment of cadet officers in the DSS.

The Senate Committee on Federal Character and Inter-Governmental Affairs says it has commenced an investigation into the alleged lopsidedness in the recruitment is the secret service, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

FG measures to stop lop-sided recruitment

Third page of the circular showing new measures the Presidency is introducing. Source: Achilleus-Chud Uchegbu

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The chairman of the committee, Sen. Tijjani Kaura said this in a Point-of-Order at plenary on Thursday, May 18 and promised that the committee would soon come up with its recommendations.

Presidency moves to stop one-sided, secret recruitment in government agencies (see proof)

Final page of the circular showing concluding part of the new process Source: Achilleus-Chud Uchegbu

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