El-Rufai Warns Against Extortion from Applicants

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Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai has warned against collection of money from those applying for jobs in the government.

In a statement by the Governor in a town hall meeting in Zaria, he said:

“The Kaduna State Government has announced that applicants for recently advertised job openings in its teaching service and traffic enforcement agency are not required to pay any fees or buy any forms. They are simply required to submit their applications at the advertised places.

“Further to its advertisement, inviting applications from members of the public willing to work as teachers or Traffic and Environmental Enforcement Officers, the Kaduna State Government reiterates the following:

“As clearly stated in the adverts, applications by those seeking teaching jobs, should be addressed to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education.

“Applicants for Traffic and Environmental Enforcement Officer positions should submit their applications to their Local Government Council Chairman.

“Applicants are not required to pay any fees or submit any forms, other than their application letters and relevant documents.

“Any request for money or acts amounting to obstructing or hindering citizens from smooth submission of their applications is illegal.”

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