NNPC commences recruitment exercise days after presidential election

NNPC commences recruitment exercise days after presidential election

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation has announced a recruitment exercise for prospective staff of the revenue-generating organisation just days after the end of the general elections in the country.

The NNPC placed the announcement on its social media walls asking applicants to visit its website to register.

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“We are hiring,” the announcement said. “Are you passionate about building an exciting career in NNPC? Join us.”

In the website, the organisation warns: “NNPC and its subsidiaries will NEVER request payment for applications and/or job placements. All interested applicants will be required to undergo the NNPC recruitment process.”

The website also showed the various fields in which there are vacancies as well as the qualifications needed for the positions both at the graduate trainee or the experienced applicants levels.

Legit.ng earlier reported that the NNPC recently said that it recovered assets in the monetary worth of over N771 million from marketers who did not pay in full for petroleum products supplied to them.

NNPC made this known through a statement by its spokesman, Ndu Ughamadu, in Abuja on Tuesday, March 5, and said the products were taken from Kaduna Depot of Petroleum Product Marketing Company (PPMC).

Mike Balami, the chairman of the corporation’s anti-corruption committee said the recovery was made possible with the help of other anti-graft agencies Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC).

The NNPC also recently said it was set to build additional Independent Power Plants (IPP) in Abuja, Kaduna and Kano which are expected to add 4,000 megawatts of power to stabilise the national grid.

According to Leadership, the NNPC also disclosed that it would construct a fertilizer plant in Brass, Bayelsa state.

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