Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) Secretly Recruiting Staff

The Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) a week ago set out a secret recruitment of staff to fill job opening in the organisation Daily Sun has definitively learnt. Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) Secretly Recruiting Staff

The most recent of such practice occurred last Thursday when scores of candidates were screened for appointments into different cadres in the organisation. In any case, the Corporation said its activity was all together on the grounds that it got waiver from the Federal Character Commission (FCC).

Despite anyway, it was alleged that the recruitment exercise was primarily sorted out for children and applicants of  influential people in government and in addition some senior administration staff of the organisation.

Day by day Sun dependably learnt that those welcomed for the interview, which held at the NDIC Training Academy at No 32, Anthony Enahoro Street, Utako, Abuja, on October 27, were contacted on phone and solicited to come with six duplicates of their certifications, including the original of NDIC. The exercise including written test and oral interviews led by particular boards for different classifications of candidates lasted into the night.

A specific board concentrated fundamentally on senior administration unit, in spite of the fact that the genuine number of those met couldn't be determined. In any case, an insider source unveiled that more than 40 people were being considered for different job positions in the organization. The source further said that the majority of them would be posted to the training academy.

When Daily Sun visited venue of the exercise, about 40 vehicles apparently belonging to the applicants were parked at the vicinity, while two stern-looking anti-riot policemen manned the gate. Three prospective applicants were turned back at the gate because their sponsors, it was learnt, could not establish communication with the Managing Director of NDIC, Alhaji Umaru Ibrahim, who was said to have travelled out of the country during the period.

NDIC spokesman, Mr. Hadi Birchi, in a telephone chat denied that the interview was specially arranged for candidates of influential Nigerians. Although he admitted that the vacancies were not advertised, the NDIC spokesperson said those to be employed are still Nigerians.

On inquiry by Daily Sun at the FCC whether the corporation informed it of the exercise, the Acting Secretary of the commission, Mr. Jonas Umeh, said he was not sure a waiver was granted to NDIC.

He, however, explained that some establishments are given advertisement waiver depending on the number of vacancies to be filled. “We sometimes give waivers not to advertise, depending on the number of vacancies. But this time round, I am not sure whether they have waiver not to advertise or not. I am not sure if they applied for waiver in the first instance,” he stated.

Recently, there have been allegations of secret recruitments into many juicy government agencies like the  Federal Inland revenue Service (FIRS), National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), and National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA), among others.

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