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The newly inaugurated Federal Capital Territory Internal Revenue Service (FCT-IRS) is allegedly engulfed in employment scandal as some of the staff of the agency has been accused of collecting bribe from applicants.
The executive secretary of Nigerian content development and monitoring board, Simbi Wabote, has said the total number of unemployed Nigerians could make up the population Sierra Leone, Togo and Liberia put together.
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The Lagos State Employability Support Project (LSESP) is managed by Arc Skills Nigeria, a globally acclaimed capacity building and world-class training provider. The scheme aims at providing job opportunities for Nigerian youths.
The minister of labour and productivity, Chris Ngige, said the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari created no fewer than seven million jobs in the first two years of the administration between May 2015 and November 2017.
One of the key ways is for women themselves to come together in unity with purposeful action. No one commits to you until you commit to yourself. Women need to be courageous, seek to acquire the education, skills and competence.
The federal government has unveiled a plan to employ 208,000 youths in the oil-producing Niger Delta region. It also announced that the Nigerian Maritime University would commence lectures for the 2017/2018 session in April.
Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo state has said he will create more than the 200,000 jobs he promised during the electioneering campaigns. Obaseki made the promise at the launch of a training programme on Thursday, March 8.
A young man identified as Victor Ifeanyichukwu Edeh studied economics at the University of Port Harcourt. Edeh graduated in 2016 with and has ever since been unemployed. In order to earn a living, Edeh now rides a Keke Napep.
A NAIJ.com reader identified as Frank Obi Chukwuma who came across the question on NAIJ Facebook page stated that his life did not turn out as he expected after service. The man explained that he had to stay at home for 3 years.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has denied claims that Engineering Department of the National Engineering and Technical Company (NETCO), its upstream subsidiary, is recruiting as advertised on social media.
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A major revelation concerning how some of the 37 commissioners at the Federal Character Commission (FCC) flout its rule and engage in job racketeering has been made by Shettima Bukar Abba, the agency’s acting executive chairman.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has dissociated itself from online sites allegedly advertising application forms for vacant positions in the organisation. The corps warns job seekers to beware of fraudsters.
Residents of Ondewari, a coastal settlement in southern Ijaw local government area of Bayelsa have run away from the community following clashes between rival gangs in which two people were reportedly left dead.
A young lady has quit her job a month after she was employed due to harassment. The lady identified as Sarah McGovern said she quit due to discrimination.
Some beneficiaries of the social intervention programme dubbed N-Power Scheme in Abuja urged the federal government to pay them their monthly stipends.
The DSS has notified the public about fraudulent persons and groups who extort money from unsuspecting members of the public with a promise to employ them.
A Nigerian lady has shown how courageous she is after she announced on social media that she is looking for a job. She was laid off work by e-commerce platform.
Nigerian lady who graduated with a first class in law in a prestigious university in the United Kingdom has announced that she is looking for employment.
A first class Nigerian university graduate identified as Odufuwa Sola who asked for help to get employment on social media has announced that she got a job.