FG Set To Employ 774 Persons In Each LGA Of A State, See Link For Application

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President Muhammadu Buhari, presidents of the Federal Republic of Nigeria under the National Directorate of Employment, instructed that details to get into the programme and how to apply should be released.

Based on reports gotten, the unique public works program has been approved by President Buhari, and it is the part Federal government wishes to play to relieve the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Firstly, the qualified and interested applicants are to simply visit the official website allocated for the recruitment and fill-in all their details.

Here is the link to the official website; https://nde.gov.ng/nderegistration-form

The Federal Government has earlier notified the public that employment is a 3 months initiative and the programmes which are expected to run between October to December 2020.

The major goal of this exercise is to assist citizens who are affected by the covid-19 outbreak and also relieving people who lost their job as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

This employment is believed to engage at least one thousand people each from 774 Local Governments in the country.


The exact payment structure for the job has not been announced, but around #60 billion was released for the stipends and operational cost. Mathematically, the payment should run into some thousands of naira per month like another social investment program.


The necessary educational certificates are a requirement, and majorly the skills possessed. In the recruitment form, there are columns for schools and institutions attended. This means that at least a primary six certificates and upward is necessary.


The method of applying is by visiting the official website of the national directorate of Employment. The link is https://nde.gov.ng/nderegistration-form


As at the time of this report, the closing date for the application has not been announced, but interested persons should apply before time runs out.

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