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Fayose sacks 400 University Staffs


       Gov. Fayose of Ekiti State has ordered the immediate sack of 400 workers recently employed by the Ekiti State University (EKSU), because the process of their employment did not follow due process. ..

He wondered why more than 400 persons would be offered employment without the positions being advertised for interested people to try their luck. ..

Gov. Fayose of Ekiti State has ordered the immediate sack of 400 workers recently employed by the Ekiti State University (EKSU), because the process of their employment did not follow due process. ..He wondered why more than 400 persons would be offered employment without the positions being advertised for interested people to try their luck. ..

The governor gave the order yesterday at an interactive session with the beneficiaries of the N-Power programme of the FG. No fewer than 3,400 people are taking part in the programme in the state…

Participants are to take part in education, health, community and agriculture sectors for the next two years and would be paid a monthly stipend of N30,000 each…

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Speaking on the N-Power scheme, the governor promised a reward of N1 million and full employment for the best participantin the N-Power Programme.

He, however called on the FG to fully tackle unemployment headlong, saying the N-Power Programme was only a palliative.

The governor gave the order yesterday at an interactive session with the beneficiaries of the N-Power programme of the FG.

No fewer than 3,400 people are taking part in the programme in the state…

Participants are to take part in education, health, community and agriculture sectors for the next two years and would be paid a monthly stipend of N30,000 each…

Speaking on the N-Power scheme, the governor promised a reward of N1 million and full employment for the best participantin the N-Power Programme. He, however called on the FG to fully tackle unemployment headlong, saying the N-Power Programme was only a palliative.

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