News: The Federal Government has announced the start of employment for 774,000 people in Nigeria

News: The Federal Government has announced the start of employment for 774,000 people in Nigeria

News: The Federal Government has announced the start of employment for 774,000 people in Nigeria - The federal government has announced plans for its 774,000 recruitment drive across the country - Minister of State for Labor and Employment, Festus Keyamo - Keyamo said the scheme will be operational on October

1. The federal government has announced plans to recruit 1,000 employees in each of the 774 local government areas across the country. The Minister of Labor and Employment, Festus Keyamo, made the announcement on Thursday, May 28, at a press conference. He said recruitment would begin on October 1, Premium Times. The Federal Government has announced plans to provide employment to 774,000 Nigerians. He said a committee would be set up to identify the beneficiaries of the federal government's appeal. News: Festus Keyamo Source: Twitter According to Keyamo, the committee will provide the government with the names of the candidates from 774 local government areas across the country.

The minister said a website would be set up where those who needed the job could register and the names of the people would be released. Keyamo said the recruits would receive N20,000 a month. In other news, presidential spokesman Mallam Garba Shehu denied a report published by Sahara Reporters on Thursday against President Muhammadu Buhari.

Sahara Reporters reports that poor communication conditions have prevented President Buhari from delivering speeches at the UN General Assembly in a video conference to uphold the rule of law. The conference focused on financial and development issues, chaired by Secretary-General of the Council, António Guterres. However, Sahara Reporters reports that the poor communication conditions faced by the Nigerian president since the beginning of the video conference have left him speechless. The newspaper also claimed that it had obtained the report from The Punch. Click here to get the latest Legit.ng Hausa news app on your mobile phone: