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774,000 jobs: Ministers,Governors,lawmakers get special slots

State governors, federal lawmakers and ministers will be given special slots in the 774,000 jobs to be provided by the Nigerian government.

This was disclosed on Wednesday, by the selection committee of the extended special public works programme, which will be responsible for the recruitment.

The chairman of the committee in Bauchi, Sanusi Aliyu Kunde, while inaugurating the state panel gave the breakdown.

“Governors will be given 40 persons each from all the councils in the states. Senators will have 30 persons each from only the local government areas in the senatorial district each represents.

“If a principal officer of the National Assembly comes from your state, then he/she gets 40 slots in all the local government areas within his district

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