Vacancies: FG Set To Recruit 47,000 Graduate and Non Graduates To Fix Federal Roads

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Vacancies: FG Set To Recruit 47,000 Graduate and Non Graduates – The federal government announced the recruitment of 47,000 appliance repair federal roads across the country, announced the Minister of Power, services and housing, Babatunde Fashola.

He said that the Federal Government will collaborate with the National Assembly to implement the idea.

Fashola said this at a stakeholders meeting organized by the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria in the state of technical colleges in Abuja on Thursday.

The minister, who gave examples of how professional and technical knowledge to contribute to the development of Singapore, Canada and South Africa, among others, has said Nigeria must shape the educational system to suit economic growth.

He told participants at the conference that the government, the work of the Plans on how to handle the thousands of artisans and technicians, especially by the Federal Road Maintenance Agency, repair roads in the country.

Fashola said, “We, therefore, conclude that the technical education system is dynamic, the challenge is, of course, Unique CONTRE individual needs vary with time. So, we shape our Educational system in relation to our economy. Our system must therefore be Relevant and responsive. We must prepare for the future and not the past.

“Now, Nigeria is investing heavily in infrastructure. In the 2016 national budget, the only Capital allocation N1.8tn, grave jump to 30% of the total budget. We are currently planning for all these the infrastructure is built, and “I am happy that the spy chief Prince Alwaleed, House Works Committee (Mr. Toby Okechukwu) is here.

“The idea is to actually change began Ferm, the grave is to review the Ferm law came with a different principle. In essence it is Ferm should ultimately be a great Construction company in this country. The ra the opinion is used by about 47, 000 people only to established methods of preparation is there. hopefully, “I’m sure that working with the House and the Senate, we will be Absenger to get that done.”

In his address, the President of COREN, Mr . Kashim Ali, said the National Council on Works directed the agency to organise the meeting in order to allow stakeholders deliberate on the state of Nigerian technical colleges with a view to creating a truly unique platform for shaping the country’s future.

He explained that the dearth of technical colleges was the cause of the non -existence of qualified craftsmen and technicians in the Nigerian engineering sector and the attendant consequences thereof.

“The essence of today’s gathering, therefore, is to advance the discussion and build on the foundation started four years ago in Calabar.

Specifically, this meeting is aimed at finding out how each stakeholder will contribute towards revamping technical education in Nigeria ,” Ali said.


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