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In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Okwyla: 3:57pm On Aug 01, 2019
The State Employment and Expenditure for Results (SEEFOR) in Bayelsa, has received 46,985 applications from job seekers in Yenagoa, the state capital, who want to be employed as minor public workers.

SEFFOR Communication Officer in Bayelsa, Tarinyo Akono, disclosed in Yenagoa on Thursday, that 46,985 applications were received from residents of Yenagoa metropolis, for whom 2,500 slots were provided.

“Our intention is to engage 6,000 persons for the project this year.

Out of that figure, 2,500 slots are available for residents of Yenagoa metropolis and we have received 46,985 applications for that already.

“The remaining 3, 500 opportunities are open for applicants residing in communities and villages outside Yenagoa metropolis.

“This category is not thrown open for applicants. It is done based on nomination by the leadership of the communities and done in a transparent manner,” he said.

Akono said that the selected applicants would be engaged in minor public works such as road maintenance, sweeping and cleaning of road, painting of kerbs, clearing of drains, planting of trees/flowers and vegetation, among others.

He said that beyond the engagement which had a contractual term of 12 months with N20, 000 monthly stipends, SEEFOR would also enroll the beneficiaries in money management and entrepreneurial skill training.

The communication officer said the aim of the training was to make the beneficiaries become life-time entrepreneurs at the termination of the 12 months engagement in the SEEFOR project.

“The intention of the partnering agencies is not to continue to make them life-time beneficiaries, but entrepreneurs that will soon become renowned employers of labour,” he said.

He explained that the selection of beneficiaries were done on the basis of their special needs which included their household size, dependents on the beneficiaries.

“Out of the N20, 000 monthly stipend, beneficiaries will be able to withdraw only N15, 000 each month; it is in a bid to help them cultivate good savings culture.

“At the termination of their employment they will have saved N60, 000 each which they can invest in the skill they learnt at the money management and entrepreneurial skill training class,” he said.

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by correctyourself(m): 3:59pm On Aug 01, 2019
One thing about some of such persons is that, even those who already has higher pay job and those that are not really interested on the job would still apply with the intention to become ghost workers and be collecting salaries.

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Simplyleo: 4:14pm On Aug 01, 2019
What exactly is bayelsa doing with her allocation?

No good roads, no good schools, potable water, health facilities etc in a state with a land mass as small as Apapa and a population of less than 2m. undecided

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by tstx(m): 4:24pm On Aug 01, 2019
Poverty is in the land

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by tstx(m): 4:25pm On Aug 01, 2019
Simplyleo:
What exactly is bayelsa doing with her allocation?

No good roads, no good schools, potable water, health facilities etc in a state with a land mass as small as Apapa and a population of less than 2m. undecided


The land is inhabited by greedy politicians and stupid masses that can't even demand their rights

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Aderewah: 4:25pm On Aug 01, 2019
Lol. Bayelsa should be the most developed state in the country, comparing size, population and allocation. But some people are quick to condemn highly developed lagos with the highest population and smallest state sizero.

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by coolfredo(m): 4:25pm On Aug 01, 2019
I thought they said minimum wage is 30k, why 20k per month again?
Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Felixalex(m): 4:25pm On Aug 01, 2019
Inside life!
Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by techwahala: 4:25pm On Aug 01, 2019
it's everywhere in the country
Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Nobody: 4:26pm On Aug 01, 2019
I'm forced to grin
Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Nemesis909: 4:26pm On Aug 01, 2019
Same people condemning Npower and TraderMoni.

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by tstx(m): 4:26pm On Aug 01, 2019
correctyourself:
One thing about some of such persons is that, even those who already has higher pay job and those that are not really interested on the job would still apply with the intention to become a ghost worker and be collecting salaries.


That's Nigeria for you.... The society is rotten

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Tharaja(m): 4:26pm On Aug 01, 2019
Are those position a juicy position?
Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by nephemmy(m): 4:27pm On Aug 01, 2019
slot things upon 20k shitþy jab..shiior ....if u know u know

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Nobody: 4:27pm On Aug 01, 2019
1. Nigerians are most intelligent immigrants in the US. Search in Google its there, not one of the most intelligent, we are the most intelligent immigrants.

2. 60% of Nigerians in US have college degrees. This is far above d American national average of 30%.

3. A Nigerian family in the UK have officially named the Imafedon family are the smartest family in UK

4. The world fastest supercomputer was designed by a world renowned inventor and scientist. Philip Emeagwali a full blown Nigerian who's patency was awarded in 2015.

5. The designer of the famous car, Chevrolet Volt, Jelani Aliyu is a super talented Nigerian from Sokoto state.

6. Nigerians in US are one of the highest earners typically earning 25% more than median US income of $53k.

7. In ivy league schools in US and Europe Nigerians out rightly outshine their peers from other nations.

8. The wealthiest black( Aliko Dangote) man and the third richest black woman( Folorunsho Alakija) on earth are Nigerians with no traces of criminal records.

9. Before there was street lights in the European cities, the ancient kingdom of Benin had street lights fueled by palm oil.

10. 500 years ago Benin casted metal alloys to create magnificent art including the world famous queen Ida mask.

11. We gave monetary gifts to Ireland during our oil boom, built a statue for France for free.

12. The first television station in Africa was NTA IBADAN (1960) long before Ireland got their first RTE station.

GOD BLESS THE MOST POPULOUS BLACK NATION ON EARTH. AMEEN.

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Iamgrey5(m): 4:27pm On Aug 01, 2019
Nigeria cry
Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Maldini212(m): 4:28pm On Aug 01, 2019
Dust up your laptop and hit street

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by MorataFC: 4:28pm On Aug 01, 2019
I hmmm

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by YorubaHero12: 4:28pm On Aug 01, 2019
Nemesis909:
Same people condemning Npower and TraderMoni.

Those complaining about trader moni online most times obtain them behind the scene. It’s all politics bro

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Dozie32(m): 4:28pm On Aug 01, 2019
Didn't even understood what they meant, Just commenting for commenting sake.

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by kstyle2(m): 4:29pm On Aug 01, 2019
Bayelsa state has no business been poor. With so much allocation that comes in, bayelsa ought to be a mini Dubai. The state has been cursed with pathetic leaders and the indigenes seem not to care.
I weep for my country

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Martinez39(m): 4:29pm On Aug 01, 2019
These yeye people will still litter everywhere with children and give thanksgiving in their churches after a unit is pumped out in the labour room.

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Pavore9: 4:29pm On Aug 01, 2019
Simplyleo:
What exactly is bayelsa doing with her allocation?

No good roads, no good schools, potable water, health facilities etc in a state with a land mass as small as Apapa and a population of less than 2m. undecided

Haba! False information, it terms of geographical size Bayelsa is 3 times Lagos!

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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by MorataFC: 4:30pm On Aug 01, 2019
Maldini212:
Dust up your laptop and hit street
hit the street?
Yahoo?
Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Ventura1: 4:30pm On Aug 01, 2019
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Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by kenzysmith(m): 4:30pm On Aug 01, 2019
Johnathan sef.
Re: In Bayelsa, 46,000 Jostle For 2,500 N20,000-per-month SEEFOR Job by Jewingle(m): 4:31pm On Aug 01, 2019
Lol Bayelsa ko Niger delta ni. Any youth still living in Bayelsa is wasting his life. Move out!!!

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