N-Power beneficiaries in Ogun state are pleading with Governor Dapo Abiodun to absorb them into the state civil service, Concise News reports.
The Ogun State Universal Basic Education are currently accepting applications from suitably qualified candidates for the post of Teachers in Public Primary Schools located in specific terrains in some local Government areas.
Reacting to the information on the known official Twitter handle of the Ogun State Government, some N-Teach beneficiaries of the Federal Government’s scheme called on the governor of Ogun state to make their role permanent instead of recruiting another set of teachers.
Check out some reactions below:
We have given all we have to serve our dear state. Its now the turn of the state government to compensate us with a permanent job. Please don’t disappoint us. Absorb Npower volunteers to Ogun state civil service now!
Long live Ogun state!
Long live Npower! https://t.co/je4GKoCjc2
— Akinbode Ayobami (@Aypompey2010) October 28, 2019
Kindly look into the conversion of NPOWER beneficiaries across Ogun state into Permanent staff.
We have been working assiduously for closed to Three Good years.
We have what it takes to keep the train moving.
Long live Ogun State!
Long live NPOWER!!
Long live FRN!!!
— ZEO (@iam_beulah) October 28, 2019
Recruiting experienced teachers is the best. Here comes the opportunity we have been waiting for! His Excellency, @dabiodunMFR should pls look inward and absorb Ogun State @npower_ng. #AbsorbOgunNpower
— Qudus Alebiosu (@qudus_alebiosu) October 28, 2019
The government should kindly consider N-Power Volunteers working in the state for the past 2 years for this recruitment.
We are active
We are energetic
We are ready to utilize our energy to the attainment of Ogun State Educational Goals.
— Mutairu Olalekan (@OlalekanMutairu) October 28, 2019
Ogun state Npower volunteers re nt happy because @dabiodunMFR want our labour to be in vain.
— Ogundare Oluwaseyi s (@counselorseun) October 28, 2019
Your excellence sir, please don’t let our labour be in vain sir, we have been serving this state for over two years. Kindly remember the n-teach in this recruitment exercise sir thanks.
— AFOLABI OLAYEMI (@AFOLABIOLAYEM18) October 29, 2019