Place your advert here

Edo Begins Screening For Traffic Management Officers

0
25
An applicant undergoing screening in Benin City
 
The
government of Edo State has started screening and
verification process of prospective officers of the State Traffic
Control and Management Agency in the state, who had erstwhile registered
through the Edo Jobs initiative.

The
Managing Director of the agency, Mr Dennis Oleregbe disclosed this in
Benin City while explaining that the verification process included an
interview as well as biological check-ups to ensure they were physically
sound and qualified to do the job.
It
would be recalled that Governor Godwin Obaseki had promised to create
over 200,000 jobs in the state and had earlier introduced the Edo Jobs
Initiative to register interested people in a data base for allocating
employments to them when such employments were available.
On
the speed of the screening process, he revealed that 100 people would
be screened daily for 5 days, continuing that the process had, thus far,
been successful with the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of
transport present.
He
also explained that some of those, who would pass the screening, would
be mobilised and deployed to sustain the clean-up process, which had
commenced at the King’s Square (Ring Road).
He,
however, warned members of the public to be careful to avoid being duped
during the verification process, adding that prospective workers should
ensure they appeared at the screening venue with their certificates,
birth certificates and original credentials.

NEWSLETTER SUBSCRIPTION

Enter your email address to subscribe to this website and receive notifications of new posts by email.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here