Ondo govt releases timetable, guidelines over recruitment of teachers

By Our Correspondent The Computer-Based Test (CBT) for the recruitment into the Ondo State Teaching Service will take place at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 23rd, and Friday, May 24th, 2024. This was announced by Administrative Secretary of the Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM), Mrs. Morayo Bayo-Philip, Applicants are required to log in with the username and password they created during the registration process.

JUST IN: Pro-Bello protesters reportedly attacked by EFCC operatives at headquarters

  Kogi youths gathered at the headquarters of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Monday to protest what they perceived as political persecution against the former Governor of the state, Yahaya Bello. However, they were reportedly met with force by EFCC operatives. Two separate protests took place at the EFCC headquarters on Monday. While one, organized by opposition party members in the state in support of the EFCC, proceeded peacefully, the other, demanding respect for the rule of law, was allegedly attacked, according to the Pro-Yahaya Bello group. Videos circulated on social media showing protesters struggling to voice

See Canadian Employers Offering Visa Sponsorship in April 2024

Canada’s reputation for welcoming immigrants is well-deserved. Many Canadian companies actively support visa applications for skilled workers from around the world. 2024 Guide to Visa Sponsorship by Canadian Employer These businesses understand the value of a diverse workforce, fostering innovation and attracting top talent. From tech giants in Toronto to resource companies in Alberta, visa sponsorship programs exist across various industries. Tech Innovators Shopify, OpenText, and BlackBerry are key players in Canada’s booming tech sector. They constantly seek skilled professionals in areas like cybersecurity, AI, and software development, and are known for helping talented individuals obtain work visas. Aerospace and

Japa: Nurses Gear Up For Confrontation Over Federal Government’s Attempt To Delay Processes

Members of the National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives are experiencing increased tension as they contemplate confronting the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (NMCN) regarding new guidelines for certificate verification. Nurses and midwives across the country expressed distress earlier in the week over the deactivation of the NMCN verification portal since December 2023. The nurses alleged that the council deliberately disabled the portal to impede their ability to pursue career opportunities abroad. They also suggested that this action could be linked to the Federal Government’s strategy to decrease the number of health workers seeking opportunities abroad in search

By |February 10th, 2024|Categories: Education, Employment, Health, News|0 Comments

Strike looms as Ondo NMA issues 7 day Ultimatum to  Aiyedatiwa.

  ….Says 150 Doctors at UNIMED Teaching Hospital reduced to 22 Doctors in Ondo State, under the aegis of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA),  has given the State Government 7 days ultimatum to implement the approved hazard allowance and address other critical challenges facing sector. This is the highlight of its Communique issued at the end of an Ordinary General Meeting of the Association, held in Akure. In the communique signed by the State Chairman, Dr Omosehin Adeyemi-Osowe and the State Secretary, Dr Adeayo Omotehinse, The Association noted with concern the continuous shortage of manpower and modern medical equipment at various

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Kwara shuts job portal as 8,000 apply in 48 hours for 300 vacancies

The Kwara State Garment Factory has shut the application portal recently opened to hire 300 production workers after it received 8,373 applications in less than 48 hours. A Government House statement attributed to the management of the new government company said the job application portal was closed seeing that more people applied for the job than it expected. “We are impressed by this response, which shows that people are truly keen and excited to work with us. However, we are compelled to close the portal ahead of the earlier deadline because of the number of applications already received. “We received

FG to employ youth as firefighters to curb unemployment, says Tunji-Ojo

Federal government has said that it will employ more Nigerian youth as firefighters to reduce unemployment and boost the sector. Minister of Interior, Dr Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo, made this known during the launching of new fire fighting equipment which include 16 trucks and six vehicles at the Headquarters of the Federal Fire Service in Abuja, yesterday. He explained that what has so far been delaying the employment is the enactment of new laws to modernize firefighting in Nigeria. “Your strength lies in the decline of fire outbreaks and not the number of fires you fought within a period. “Extinguishing fires, saving

Over one million Nigerians lose jobs as Tinubu’s govt suspends N-Power, amid hardships

Over one million Nigerians have lost their jobs under the N-Power programme of the Federal Government following the indefinite suspension of the scheme by the government. The N-Power programme was established by the administration of former President Muhammadu Buhari to address youth unemployment as beneficiaries were paid N30,000 monthly stipend. It is a component of the National Social Investment Programme put in place by the previous administration through the on-boarding of 1.5 million unemployed Nigerian youths (mostly graduates), providing capacity building, targeted tenured employment and structured of-boarding unto various career paths. In February this year, figures obtained from the Humanitarian

FG to employ 300, 000 Nigerians, 7,000 from each state

The National Commission for the Coordination and Control of Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons has said it plans to employ and train about 300,000 personnel across the federation to tackle illegal arms proliferation. The commission said about 7,000 personnel would be engaged in each state of the federation including the FCT. In a statement on Sunday, the Acting Director-General of NATCOM, Otunba Adejare Adegbenro, said the idea was to tackle arm proliferation thereby making the country safe. The statement read, “We are going to employ about 300,000 personnel across the country to make our nation a safer place.

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BREAKING: Osun govt advertises vacancy for teachers’ recruitment

  This announcement was made by the Commissioner for Education, Dipo Eluwole during a press conference in Osogbo on Friday. The state government also called on the 1,509 teachers recruited by the Adegboyega Oyetola administration but were suspended by Governor Ademola Adeleke to reapply. While assuring the people of the State of recruiting qualified teachers into the teaching profession at all levels of education in the State, the Commissioner explained that the process of recruitment would not be taken with levity. He insisted that only qualified applicants would be recruited. He also expressed his concern over the drastic change in

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