MUST READ! ! Ray Of Hope For Unemployed Nigerian Graduates; See What The Senate Has Told Buhari To Do As A Matter Of Urgency


Unemployed Nigerian graduates in the country may stand a chance to be employed in the coming months as the country’ s upper legislative arm calls on President Muhammadu Buhari’ s administration, to as a matter of urgency, ensure recruitment of eligible Nigerians into public service without further delay.

The Senate which condemned the alleged high scale secret employment in the civil Service on Wednesday in Abuja, noted with displeasure that many unemployed youths have found insurgency, banditry, kidnapping and other criminal acts as employments and lucrative businesses.

To this end, the Senate Committee on Federal Character and Inter- Governmental Affairs, through its Chairman, Senator Danjuma La’ ah (PDP Kaduna South) accused top civil servants of engaging in secret job placement amid job embargo in the country.

Senator La’ ah said, ” Many people are being secretly employed, but those in charge are claiming that there is embargo on employment. I don’ t know where they got that from. We have been asking them. The President has not opened his mouth to say that there is embargo on employment.

” There is no embargo anywhere, but some of the officials of government are so myopic that they decide to take advantage of the situation.

” I have been challenging those who are engaging in secret recruitments claiming there is embargo to show us where they got the information from. This is the time for them to increase their personnel costs and make provision for employment.

” People are retiring voluntarily, but we don’ t know how they are being replaced. We must know the particular number of people they want to employ.

” We discovered that young Nigerians who graduated from higher institutions some 15 years ago had yet to gain employment. The development had aggravated insecurity all over the places including insurgency, banditry, kidnapping and other criminal activities.

” Some people are taking advantage of the situation (embargo on employment), but our committee is desirous of doing the right thing. We are determined that there should be jobs for the graduates that we have in this country, no matter what it takes.

” Our committee has been going to ministries, departments and agencies of government that they must start recruitment instead of doing secret replacements. We had even asked them to increase their personnel cost in their budgets so that they could employ people, ” the lawmaker stressed. “


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