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Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by marooh: 8:40am On Jun 20, 2017
Nairaland teacher grin
ruffhandu:
Wrong use of the word 'absolve'.
Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by eledalo: 8:40am On Jun 20, 2017
Are you saying mods don't know to correct absolve to absorb?

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Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by nkpommpko(m): 8:43am On Jun 20, 2017
Is this civil service an industry? What do they produce? Men thus country sef.
Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by written007: 8:45am On Jun 20, 2017
muller101:
Youths now fed with crumbs what a disgrace to humanity.
shut up. show us one fellow youth you have helped.. . always on the part of criticism
Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by muller101(m): 9:07am On Jun 20, 2017
written007:
shut up. show us one fellow youth you have helped.. . always on the part of criticism
ur brothers
Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by Nobody: 9:44am On Jun 20, 2017
praiseoski:
**TRASH***


Dats how they promised creation of 200000 jobs before election and till now 100 is yet to be created.... Bunch of Mediocres
He will do that. Recruiting is going now as I speak
Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by fabienjoe: 9:44am On Jun 20, 2017
Octech:
Edo state Governor, Godwin Obaseki, represented by his Chief of Staff, Mr. Taiwo Akerele, revealed that the scheme was not about the stipend attached to it but the ability of the volunteers to make maximum use of the opportunity to develop new skills and improve their livelihood and their communities.



“We are going to determine those who have gone the extra mile to bring them into the civil service to fill vacancies created by retirees,’’ Obaseki said.

One of the volunteers, Mrs. Angelina Asein, who spoke during the interactive session which held at Urhokpota Hall, in Benin City on Friday, was rewarded with N100,000 by the Governor for acknowledging that the programme had brought out her hidden teaching skills.

Mrs. Asein told the audience that she has now resolved to be a professional teacher.

Asein, a 2012 graduate of International Studies at the University of Benin, had appeared alongside Mr. Clement Ojuomajie, a computer scientist, to testify that the scheme had transformed their lives in just six months.

Meanwhile, the governor has said that the success of the first batch of Edo volunteers will determine the consideration for the placement of their colleagues in the next batch.

He asked them to be true ambassadors of the state and assured that the administration would offer every investment to ensure the success of the scheme in the state.

On his part, Mr. Afolabi Imoukhuede said the N-Power programme was a fulfilment of the campaign promises made by President Muhammadu Buhari and Acting President Yemi Osinbajo.

“”This is a lifeline extended to you by the President,’’ he said, adding that 200,000 beneficiaries were already in the graduate scheme while non-graduates would be deployed nationwide in July/August.

Imoukhuede expressed gratitude that many volunteers in Edo had fully keyed into the scheme and were receiving their N30,000 monthly stipends but expressed surprise that 257 volunteers did not have account records.

The SSA observed that many of the volunteers in the state were deployed to urban centres depriving the rural areas of the benefits and requested the state partners to repost many to the rural areas to add value to the grassroots.

Imoukhuede later held a fact finding meeting with the state partners at the Banquet Hall of the Government House where he told them to be firm with strict supervision of the volunteers.

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Did you mean 'ABSORB'? 'Absolve' is not the appropriate word. Good grasp of English Language should be the minimum requirement for blogging..
Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by Nobody: 9:46am On Jun 20, 2017
TippyTop:
Most useless governor in our history.
That's not totally true. He's really working but he doesn't involve the media

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Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by UwaBuPawPaw: 9:52am On Jun 20, 2017
When is d nCan finally kicking off?
Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by ruffhandu: 10:04am On Jun 20, 2017
marooh:
Nairaland teacher grin
Learn
Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by Emtol01: 10:25am On Jun 20, 2017
Histrings08:
Wow... Lemme be more serious about it maybe ajimobi will follow suit
You mean the "constituted authority"? grin grin grin

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Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by donqx: 11:27am On Jun 20, 2017
politics again
Re: Edo to absolve select N-Power volunteers into state civil service by Abujaexpress: 1:31pm On Jun 20, 2017
praiseoski:
**TRASH***


Dats how they promised creation of 200000 jobs before election and till now 100 is yet to be created.... Bunch of Mediocres
You are not in tune with recent realities and job creation drive of the present administration in Edo State.

Already, almost two hundred youths have been engaged as SAs (at ward level) to the Governor.
Also, over 200 youths will resume training on the 21st of June, 2017 to be engaged as personnels of the newly reinforced Edo state traffick managment agency ESTMA.

Pls, wake up stop speculating.

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