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Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by kim77: 1:48pm On Oct 08, 2012
Dont be surprise that the suspect paid his way to be employed years ago. So the guy is till they do recovery!!! I love GEJ admin, this just they burst in the open. Unfortunately, nothing will come out of it...Any way let update our record for the day of reconing!!!
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by Nobody: 1:52pm On Oct 08, 2012
What a bad example!
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by DANILSA(m): 2:13pm On Oct 08, 2012
THIS NA NORMAL THING NAA angry, NIJA IS CORRUPT AND WE ALL KNOW THAT,POSSIBLY THIS MAN DON GO MATCH SOME BIG HEAD grin HE STILL HAS SOME LIFE REMAINING HE SHOULD APOLOGIZE AND THE GAME CONTINUES. PLEASE CAN ANYBODY STATE THEIR SALARY HERE SO WE CAN KNOW WHY ONE HAS TO PAY 300,000 NAIRA.
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by Royalty1(m): 2:50pm On Oct 08, 2012
This has been the normal practise for these Civil Defense guys. I have heard of people who paid 120k to get the job. The price you pay is based on your qualification. I seriously hope this will be properly prosecuted so as to serve as a deterent to all others.
Btw, its obvious the big boss is part of the scheme. He should be arrested too.
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by luluosas(m): 4:16pm On Oct 08, 2012
pek: @luluosas: do you know you are wasting people's bandwidth and space? How can you quote the entire piece?
You mean I am wasting your bandwidth? This is ridiculous.
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by luluosas(m): 4:21pm On Oct 08, 2012
ogbeche77:
You too stop relying on etisalat weekly 15Mb
True talk. By the way, people who complain of bandwidth wastage are 'awuf' browsers.
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by luluosas(m): 4:33pm On Oct 08, 2012
Bribe you need to pay before getting these jobs!
HIGHLIGHTS

Immigration Service N500,000

Customs Service N500,000

Prisons Service N300,000

Civil Defence N300,000
Don't you ever forget the above http://www.nairaland.com/1064150/money-job-federal-agencies-presidency
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by Egelife(m): 5:02pm On Oct 08, 2012
I knew this day would come, it has been there stlye these past years but this year has been over hyped amongs we job seekers, and for the investigationangry, he wants to conduct internal investigations? The matter don end like dat,THIS IS NIJA undecided
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by Cutex01(m): 5:31pm On Oct 08, 2012
luluosas: Anti Corruption Officer Indeed!

Nairalanders, kudos for a job well done. I know that more of these scams will be expose in the near future by reason of our collective commitments. Keep the flags flying as we forge ahead to rid our great country of 'official' corruption.
Hope you all remembered this thread http://www.nairaland.com/1064150/money-job-federal-agencies-presidency
must u qu0te d wh0le stuff b4 u make ur c0mment??
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by OkikiOluwa1(m): 6:00pm On Oct 08, 2012
2 d topic, it didnt start today. This happens in almost all d sectors. I v hrd abt ds Civil Defense bribery-to get-recruited thing since August. I advisd d people I knw dt it ws ungodly & also may b a scam or some pple may fall victim of scam. Ds country s really on life support...
I jst wan knw hw much N300,000 X
2000 go be?

eddyjibs: dey 2000 peeps will stil go to church nd gv testimony and tithe, and tank God after payin 300k, nw dats cool
. As if say God was in support of their bribe.
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by alajor(m): 6:11pm On Oct 08, 2012
Seun shaGARRI: Later, people will start a thread and ask us why we are bitter, and that we should come home, that things are getting better, there are now more jobs and business is moving unlike in the west.

The fraud is not the only problem, but the resignation of people to the fact that its now the norm and will soon be swept under the carpet. If we come home now to speak up, them go say ''who this one dey form for, you no know say na 9ja you dey??''
Na true u talk...if we open mouth dem go say we *nigerians in diaspora* r bitter. Imagine d konkonbility
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by seunshow00: 6:16pm On Oct 08, 2012
i dey come back to make my comment but i wan go get garri for iya seun before she close shop tongue
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by bigmaut: 9:21pm On Oct 08, 2012
how much is civil defence salary sef?how did those jobless youths got #3ook each self the pple who collected this money will giv testimony in da churches & pay dia mandatary 10% as tithe to ...chineke tufiakwa God dnt extort d poor
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by WebSurfer(m): 11:26pm On Oct 08, 2012
eddyjibs: dey 2000 peeps will stil go to church nd gv testimony and tithe, and tank god after payin 300k, nw dats cool
tithe to private jet owners, all thieves
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by heed101(m): 6:28am On Oct 09, 2012
WebSurfer: tithe to private jet owners, all thieves
. I don't understand the meaning of tithe again sef. God's money that z meant for giving alms to the less privilege, indigent, sick person is being diverted to personal use. God plz appoints Auditors to those churches and expose their fraudulent activities. Amen
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by heed101(m): 6:29am On Oct 09, 2012
WebSurfer: tithe to private jet owners, all thieves
. I don't understand the meaning of tithe again sef. God's money that z meant for giving alms to the less privilege, indigent, sick person is being diverted to personal use. God plz appoint Auditors to those churches and expose their fraudulent activities. Amen
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by luluosas(m): 4:33pm On Oct 09, 2012
Cutex01:
must u qu0te d wh0le stuff b4 u make ur c0mment??
See me see trouble oooo. Which one come be your own na?
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by ismail09: 5:32pm On Oct 09, 2012
kehnton: A major scandal is rocking the headquarters of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps ,NSCDC. Newsdiaryonline.com has learnt that the head of the corps’ anti-corruption unit Mr Akeem Tiamiyu who doubles as an adviser to the Commandant General of the corps ,Dr. Ade Abolurin was last week caught at a hotel in Gwagwalada, a suburb of Abuja . He was “sharing” letters of employment to prospective new employees ,who were expected to pay the sum of N300,000 each to collect their letters.He had 2000 of such letters on this occasion Newsdiaryonline.com learnt.

The incident happened on the 27th of September at about 2.00Pm at Atlas Hotel in Gwagwalada where the head of the anti corruption unit of the corps was busy “trading” with 2000 appointment letters in his possession.Insiders said the arrest of the head of the supposed ant-graft chief has raised eye brows within the corps because the letters were actually signed by the commandant General Abolurin.The question now was the CG’s signature forged? Insiders claimed the signatures were real .But how did it happen?

Akeem who is of the rank of ASC 1 in the corps was said to have in concert with his aides in the racket informed some of those to be recruited to come for their letter with the sum of N300,000 each.But insiders said he ran out of luck this fateful day.

According to sources, as he was sharing out the letters at the hotel in Gwagwalada, under- cover security operatives swooped on him and caught him red- handed.The corps’ head of anti –corruption department was said to have actually started trading with the letters when he was stopped.Sources said three under- cover operatives that stopped him included two from Nigerian prisons service and one operative from the immigration service. They apprehended him and swiftly told him what he was doing was wrong and “gave him marching orders to the headquarters of civil defence corps in Abuja”, after reporting the incident.

Newsdiaryonline.com learnt that as soon as the operatives caught Akeem, they reported the matter an unnamed member of the board which controls customs, immigration and civil defence.A board member subsequently put a call to Abolurin, the commandant general of the corps who was ordered to hand over the apprehended official to ICPC for prosecution.

But the story has taken a new turn ever since the CG was told about the arrest of the head of his anti corruption unit. An insider said Abolurin persuaded the board member to allow him “do his in house investigation”.This is already being interpreted to mean an attempt to cover up the matter.Further questions are being asked because the appointment letters found on the suspects seemed duly signed by the CG.How did he get the letters which seemed duly signed by the CG? That is one of the questions insiders are asking now.

But the head of the anti corruption department was not the only one apprehended over this racket.Newsdiaryonline.com learnt that two other staff of the corps(Names withheld) were helping Akeem at Hotel.Were they just obeying their superior’s order or have they been part of the racket all along?And for how long has tis been happening?One of those caught long with him works at the training department in the headquarters .The second person caught along with him was a staff attached to the Gwagwalad division of the corps.

Attention now seems to have shifted to how the CG has been handling the investigation into the racket.Since a board member called the CG and ,he has been left with no option but to detain the head of the corps’ anti corruption unit.The CG ordered his detention as soon as he was brought to the headquarters.Akeem sources said was detained for three days and his phones were allegedly seized from while the in-house panel set up by the CG has been doing its job.But the closeness of the suspect to the CG has remained a source of sustained interest by insiders who are suspicious of “the panel set up by the CG to investigat his special adviser on fraud”.

Knowldgeable insiders are already saying that even from the steps taking by Abolurin, he has shown signs that he may not deal decisively with Akeem like he did to those who committed similar offences in the past.At least two instances are being recalled where in the past such offenders were dismissed by the corps.The cases of a chap from Nassarawa state and another official from the south east (names withheld ) are being cited where those offender dismissed are being cited.

Said a puzzled insider:The whole world is watching along with presidency and the minister of interior (Abba Morro) how Abolurin will solve this problem”
http://newsdiaryonline.com/n300000-for-a-job-for-2000-recruits-scam-ad-abolurins-aide-head-of-civil-defence-corps-anti-corruption-unit-caught-red-handed/
I want to suggest dat top officers of dis corps shu also b held 4d case even d CG cus N600m is not kids business!
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by ismail09: 5:32pm On Oct 09, 2012
kehnton: A major scandal is rocking the headquarters of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps ,NSCDC. Newsdiaryonline.com has learnt that the head of the corps’ anti-corruption unit Mr Akeem Tiamiyu who doubles as an adviser to the Commandant General of the corps ,Dr. Ade Abolurin was last week caught at a hotel in Gwagwalada, a suburb of Abuja . He was “sharing” letters of employment to prospective new employees ,who were expected to pay the sum of N300,000 each to collect their letters.He had 2000 of such letters on this occasion Newsdiaryonline.com learnt.

The incident happened on the 27th of September at about 2.00Pm at Atlas Hotel in Gwagwalada where the head of the anti corruption unit of the corps was busy “trading” with 2000 appointment letters in his possession.Insiders said the arrest of the head of the supposed ant-graft chief has raised eye brows within the corps because the letters were actually signed by the commandant General Abolurin.The question now was the CG’s signature forged? Insiders claimed the signatures were real .But how did it happen?

Akeem who is of the rank of ASC 1 in the corps was said to have in concert with his aides in the racket informed some of those to be recruited to come for their letter with the sum of N300,000 each.But insiders said he ran out of luck this fateful day.

According to sources, as he was sharing out the letters at the hotel in Gwagwalada, under- cover security operatives swooped on him and caught him red- handed.The corps’ head of anti –corruption department was said to have actually started trading with the letters when he was stopped.Sources said three under- cover operatives that stopped him included two from Nigerian prisons service and one operative from the immigration service. They apprehended him and swiftly told him what he was doing was wrong and “gave him marching orders to the headquarters of civil defence corps in Abuja”, after reporting the incident.

Newsdiaryonline.com learnt that as soon as the operatives caught Akeem, they reported the matter an unnamed member of the board which controls customs, immigration and civil defence.A board member subsequently put a call to Abolurin, the commandant general of the corps who was ordered to hand over the apprehended official to ICPC for prosecution.

But the story has taken a new turn ever since the CG was told about the arrest of the head of his anti corruption unit. An insider said Abolurin persuaded the board member to allow him “do his in house investigation”.This is already being interpreted to mean an attempt to cover up the matter.Further questions are being asked because the appointment letters found on the suspects seemed duly signed by the CG.How did he get the letters which seemed duly signed by the CG? That is one of the questions insiders are asking now.

But the head of the anti corruption department was not the only one apprehended over this racket.Newsdiaryonline.com learnt that two other staff of the corps(Names withheld) were helping Akeem at Hotel.Were they just obeying their superior’s order or have they been part of the racket all along?And for how long has tis been happening?One of those caught long with him works at the training department in the headquarters .The second person caught along with him was a staff attached to the Gwagwalad division of the corps.

Attention now seems to have shifted to how the CG has been handling the investigation into the racket.Since a board member called the CG and ,he has been left with no option but to detain the head of the corps’ anti corruption unit.The CG ordered his detention as soon as he was brought to the headquarters.Akeem sources said was detained for three days and his phones were allegedly seized from while the in-house panel set up by the CG has been doing its job.But the closeness of the suspect to the CG has remained a source of sustained interest by insiders who are suspicious of “the panel set up by the CG to investigat his special adviser on fraud”.

Knowldgeable insiders are already saying that even from the steps taking by Abolurin, he has shown signs that he may not deal decisively with Akeem like he did to those who committed similar offences in the past.At least two instances are being recalled where in the past such offenders were dismissed by the corps.The cases of a chap from Nassarawa state and another official from the south east (names withheld ) are being cited where those offender dismissed are being cited.

Said a puzzled insider:The whole world is watching along with presidency and the minister of interior (Abba Morro) how Abolurin will solve this problem”
http://newsdiaryonline.com/n300000-for-a-job-for-2000-recruits-scam-ad-abolurins-aide-head-of-civil-defence-corps-anti-corruption-unit-caught-red-handed/
I want to suggest dat top officers of dis corps shu also b held 4d case even d CG cus N600m is not kids business!
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by albacete(m): 2:50pm On Oct 19, 2012
pek: @luluosas: do you know you are wasting people's bandwidth and space? How can you quote the entire piece?
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ismail09: I want to suggest dat top officers of dis corps shu also b held 4d case even d CG cus N600m is not kids business!
Bros, Abeg next time don't quote such a lengthy post just to write a sentence. Use d "@OP" pointer.
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by luluosas(m): 5:22pm On Oct 21, 2012
Money for job: Taming the monster amongst us!
Nigerians, it is no longer news that, when you as an applicant are seeking for a job, especially in the government circles, you are always traumatized as a result of the fact that, the few available jobs are reserved for the highest bidder.
These wicked practices by government officials have been going on in Nigeria for ages pasts yet, the agencies that are mandated to effect a corrupt free Nigeria are feigning ignorant of these silly practices. It is no surprise that, in Nigeria, the more graduates are graduates are produced each year, the more non available jobs are seen.
Now, in a normal situation, as graduates are being produced, so we have retirees being produced with equal proportion, bridging the vacuum created by the retiring government officials but, in Nigeria, we only get to see and hear of new sets of graduates each year, without any available jobs for them. Where is our retiring government officials’ year in year out?
In getting this monster arrested, we as concern citizens of Nigeria must ensure that, we are ready to expose whoever is involved and being used as fronts for the thieving elites. Be ready to make a difference in every singular situation you find yourself. I do agree that, as a result of the non availability of ready jobs, individual job seekers will be tempted to do anything to secure a job, especially those that appears to be very lucrative. Should every one of us continue to feign ignorance, how then will corruption, especially government official corruption ends in Nigeria? We all must be ready to make a difference.
Therefore, as a job seeker, show these demons that you are ready to play balls in meeting every of their single demand as it relates to you paying them some certain amount before you are even given the opportunity to apply for the jobs but, make it a duty to show them that, you want every deal with official commitments, which will includes you asking for their real names, positions, photograph etc. You are only doing this to expose the perpetrators of this evil in the public sector.
This issue of money for jobs is an age long practices in the public sector in Nigeria. Therefore, should any government official feign ignorant of this ignoble phenomenon, he/she is only deceiving him/her self. Due to the fact that, everybody sees these evils as normal, the clique have equally taken over pension offices, making new pensioners to go through hell, before their files will ever get to the appropriate quarters for signing.
In a recent parley with the youths in Abuja for the Nigeria 52nd Independence celebrations, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Youth and Student Matters, Mr. Jude Imagwe, appeared shocked when told about the ordeals Nigerian youths were undergoing in the hands of fraudsters in seeking for job. Although he promised to report it directly to President Goodluck Jonathan, but, I am sure he was just buying time. I am too sure that, the matter was buried immediately he left the venue of the parley. This act according to the youths leaders who attended the parley were particular about the paramilitary agencies that are involved in the mess. They usually collects huge sum of money from job seekers which ranges between N200,000 to N1,000,000.
It was highlighted during the parley that, Immigration Service usually collect bribe of N500,000 from those who want to be enlisted in the service. The Nigerian Customs Service goes for N500,000, the Nigerian Prisons Service goes for N300,000 while the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps goes for N300, 000. These are beside other corrupt practice which do take place in the medical arena, as job seekers are made to pay between N200,000 and N700,000 to get a nursing job. Surprised that corruption has become official in Nigeria today? Mr. Jude Imagwe, have you really reported this case president Goodluck Jonathan, as you promised? See the whole news at http://tribune.com.ng/index.php/front-page-news/48540-money-for-jobs-in-federal-agencies-youths-petition-presidency-presidents-aide-expresses-shock
It was equally reported in an online media some few weeks ago, how one Mr. Akeem Tiamiyu, an officer of the rank of ASC 1, head of NSCDC anti-corruption unit, who equally doubles as an adviser to the Commandant General of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps, Dr. Ade Abolurin, was caught at a hotel in Gwagwalada, a suburb of Abuja, “sharing” letters of employment to prospective new employees, who were expected to pay the sum of N300,000 each to collect their letters. The incident, according to Newsdiaryonline.com, happened on the 27th of September 2012, at about 2.00Pm, at Atlas Hotel in Gwagwalada, where the head of the anti corruption unit of the corps was busy “trading” with 2000 appointment letters in his possession. Insiders said the arrest of the head of the supposed anti-graft chief has raised eye brows within the corps because the letters were actually signed by the commandant General Dr. Abolurin. The question now, was the CG’s signature forged? Insiders claimed the signatures were real .But how did it happen? Check http://newsdiaryonline.com/n300000-for-a-job-for-2000-recruits-scam-ad-abolurins-aide-head-of-civil-defence-corps-anti-corruption-unit-caught-red-handed/ for the full report.
Now, if a supposed anti-graft officer in the NSCDC can go this far, in monetizing employment with corrupt tendencies, who then can fight this monster called corruption? We all must make it a point of duty to expose every corrupt practice around us, in order to tame this monster. It must be noted that, even the private sector is not left out of the corruption mess. Some members of staff in private organization do make preference for people who are ready to play ball (bribe), in order to award one form of contract or the other for them.
It is no longer news that, our government celebrates criminality, whereby a thief is given a presidential welcome from prisons. As a result of the closeness of the Oil Subsidy thieves to the corridors of power, no one, I mean no one has ever been prosecuted neither will they ever do so. This is why fighting corruption in Nigeria appear difficult. The ICPC and EFCC are just there doing their own thing while the essence of their formation is suffering. The list of those that have fall victims to these criminal acts goes on and on. Where will justice come from? Nigeria, which way from here?
http://emwanta.blogspot.com/2012/10/money-for-job-taming-monster-amongst-us.html
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by AOJ4real: 10:09pm On Dec 26, 2012
I really sympathise with all those who ve fallen to these fraudstars.
And I always ask, most U pay out of desperation to get a Job?
Hard work, determination and continuity even in the midst of frustration with see You through.
And d funny thing is that when U get the Job, You will forget all Ur years of suffering.
I knew no one, had no connections, only fasted and prayed and now an Officer with the Nigerian Army.
You can make it......
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by TAEKWONDO1(m): 10:49am On Dec 27, 2012
AOJ4real: I really sympathise with all those who ve fallen to these fraudstars.
And I always ask, most U pay out of desperation to get a Job?
Hard work, determination and continuity even in the midst of frustration with see You through.
And d funny thing is that when U get the Job, You will forget all Ur years of suffering.
I knew no one, had no connections, only fasted and prayed and now an Officer with the Nigerian Army.
You can make it......
officer AOJ4real, pls did U enlisted through SSC or DSSC? what year & state of origin? Pls what is d salary difference b/w d 2 cadets.
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by TAEKWONDO1(m): 2:37pm On Dec 27, 2012
TAE-KWON-DO:
officer AOJ4real, pls were U enlisted through SSC or DSSC? what year & state of origin? Pls what is d salary difference b/w d 2 cadets.
Re: N300,000-for-a-Job Civil Defence Scammers Nabbed! by Telez(m): 7:09pm On Dec 27, 2012

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