Nigerians respond to NNPC Job Recruitment
A storm of Nigerian reactions has greeted the ongoing (Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation) NNPC job recruitment of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).
AfricPro reports that the NYSC recruitment office had previously announced that it had opened its portal for recent graduates and experienced professionals in the system.
The Group General Manager, (Public Affairs Division), Discharge of the NNPC job recruitment. Ndu Ughamadu confirmed the development on Wednesday in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria.
Ndu Ughamadu said the NNPC job recruitment portal was opened on Wednesday.
“The portal was opened today and I have received hundreds of questions about whether it is correct or not.
“We are going to recruit people in different technical areas, especially new graduates and also in the administrative area,” he said
The CEO of the NNPC group said the recruitment would take place in three categories of recent graduates, executives/executives and executives.
Moments after the news went viral, Nigerians go to the microblogging website, Twitter to give their opinion.
AfricPro has included some of the answers below …
That's how most people miss out on career lifting opportunities. You ask God to give you the perfect job, but NNPC opens job portal you say it's far-fetched and for only those "with legs" or connection.
How can God lift you when you're having this incredulous gasp already.
— Agboola S. (@lordsurh) March 13, 2019
Imagine if NNPC was sold to friends that are free to be enriched, will there have been recruitment now or retrenchment?
Thank you Nigerians for rejecting them and reaffirming PMB.
Next Level is here already https://t.co/27DBPmILyQ
— Mu'awiyyah Muye (@MP_Muye) March 13, 2019
ALERT: Our family, friends and Nigerians who are looking for jobs need to know this, please.
Kindly RETWEET for others! pic.twitter.com/jRXr23KjCW
— Bashir Ahmad (@BashirAhmaad) March 13, 2019
thank you for the tweet. but the truth is most often than not, jobs in places like such has already been given out to the 'you know who'… and the less privileged ones are made to apply only to get turned down. adverts like that is a mere propaganda to cover up.
— The Politicαl Animαl (@BukarYunusa) March 13, 2019