774,000 Jobs: FG Begins Selection of Successful Applicants For SPW Programme – Check Here
“If you receive an Invitation from any of the 6 selected banks (Access, Zenith, UBA, Fidelity, FCMB, and Heritage) for account verification with respect to FGN 774,000 jobs, do not disregard but try to act as directed.
Do not delete the account details sent to you by the bank as it’s a confirmation that you have been selected for the 774,000 jobs “
You will get a Short Service Message (SMS) invitation from Special Public Works;
“Dear ……….. kindly visit Fidelity Bank for opening of account for FG SPW program on 16 & 19 October,2020 please come with passport valid ID card” When you get such message, make hay to your bank with passport and any acceptable means of identification and process your documentation
774,000 Jobs: FG Begins Selection of Successful Applicants – Check Here
All is set to commence the Federal Government 774, 000 jobs, the President disclosed this in a statement through the Minister of State, Labour and Employment, Mr. Festus Keyamo, SAN
Each local government areas in the country will be allocated 1000 slot, accumulating to 774,000 in all the 774 LGAs in Nigeria
President Muhammadu Buhari Approves the Commenecment of 774, 000 jobs for Special Public Works Programme as from 1st November, 2020
It is a minial job meant for the poor and vulnarble in the socaity and will span for only but three months
The Programme was slated for 1st October, 2020, but due to circumstances, it was reschedule to November first
The Sum of 20,000 naira ($ 52.63) will be paid as stipend for three months
Read “A statement signed by the Minister in Abuja yesterday, stated that the approval was based principally on his memo to the President informing him that most of the proposed project sites were still water logged and the rains have not abated, whereas the programme was designed for execution during the dry season.
“It is believed that by the 1st of November most of the project sites would be ready for work,” the statement said.
“Meanwhile, capturing of those to be engaged by the selected Banks was progressing seamlessly across the 774 LGAs in the country.
Information regarding the banks attached to specific LGAs can be found on the project’s website Www.specialpublicworks.gov. ng.”