Black Day In Rivers As Fubara Cancels 10,000 Jobs Approved By Wike

The Governor of Rivers state in a recent development, Governor Siminalayi Fubara has announced the cancellation of the 10,000 jobs previously introduced by his predecessor, Nyesom Wike. This move has garnered significant attention and speculation regarding the future of employment opportunities in the state.

Keynotes from the Cancelation:

  • Governor Siminalayi Fubara has canceled the 10,000 State Civil Service jobs approved by his predecessor, Nyesom Wike.
  • Governor Wike had previously approved the immediate employment of many youths to fill vacancies in the state workforce.
  • Governor Fubara announced the cancellation due to flaws and compromises in the recruitment process during a stakeholder session in Port Harcourt.
  • He emphasized that a more transparent recruitment process will begin soon.
  • Upon reviewing the selected candidates, it was discovered that many were included for political reasons rather than merit.

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Reasons Behind the Cancellation

Governor Fubara cited several reasons for the decision to cancel the earlier job initiatives. According to him, the previous recruitment process was fraught with irregularities and lacked transparency. Fubara emphasized the need for a fair and equitable recruitment process that would ensure deserving candidates are given the opportunity.

Promise of Fresh Recruitment

In a bid to address the concerns of unemployed residents, Governor Fubara has assured the public that a fresh recruitment drive will be launched soon. The governor has promised that this new initiative will be more inclusive, transparent, and merit-based. He has also pointed out that the recruitment will focus on creating sustainable jobs that align with the state’s development goals.

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Public Reaction

The cancellation of the 10,000 jobs has elicited mixed reactions from the public. While some individuals have expressed disappointment, others have welcomed the promise of a more transparent and fair recruitment process. Many are hopeful that the new initiative will offer better opportunities and contribute to the state’s economic growth.

 

Governor Fubara’s decision to cancel Wike’s job initiative and promise fresh recruitment reflects his commitment to ensuring a fair and efficient employment process. As the state awaits further details on the new recruitment drive, the public remains optimistic about the potential for improved job opportunities and economic development.

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