774,000 Job Recruitments:  See Frequently Asked Questions and Answers  

See 774, 000 Jobs: See Names of Beneficiaries of Special Public Works Programme

774,000 Job Recruitments:  See Frequently Asked Questions and Answers: The Federal Government 774, 000 Special Public Works Programme has started after being suspended by the Senate last year

President Muhammadu Buhari approved the take off of the Special Public Works Programme (engaging 774,000 unemployed itinerant Nigerians) to begin nationwide on Tuesday, January 5th, 2021

See Presidency 774,000 Jobs (1,000/LGA): Registration and Requirements-Apply Here

“The programme, designed for artisans to do public works for three months for N20,000 per month, suffered setbacks in commencement date because of internal wrangling between the minister and a former Director – General of the National Directorate of Employment, Nasir Ladan, who was sacked last week by President Muhammadu Buhari”

The programme aimed at employing 1,000 persons per Local Government Areas in Nigeria, in all the 774,000. Each persons will be Paid N20, 000 for 90 days.

The Special Public Works Programme will continue as scheduled

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774, 000 Jobs-See Names of Beneficiaries of Special Public Works Programme

See FG Shortlist Beneficiaries for 774, 000 Jobs (Special Work) -See Names

FG Shortlist Beneficiaries of Special Public Works Programme, beneficiaries are to go to their varuous local government for further details

Payment for the work done will be looked into as work commence, the Federal Government is poised in fulfilling her promises regarding paying all those involved as at when due

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Names of beneficiaries of Special Public Works have been released for documentation

Below is the list of 1000 persons shortlisted for Special Public Works to commence on the 5th Jan. 2021.

774,000 Jobs:  See Frequently Asked Questions and Answers  

How many States are to Benefit from the Special Public Works Programme

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