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22,000 People Apply Online To Serve In Soludo Government

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No fewer than 22,000 persons have so far applied online to work under the incoming government of Prof Chukwuma Soludo as Governor of Anambra State.

The former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) governor will on March 17 be inaugurated as the next governor of the state, after Chief Willie Obiano.

Soludo had two weeks ago opened a portal for those interested to serve in his government to apply.

He referred to them as problem solvers, urging them to state specific problems they can solve for the state.

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A media assistant to Soludo, Mr Joe Anatune, said applications received for jobs had clocked 22,000 as of Monday, February 28.

Anatune said the online talent hunt was a kind of data bank that would be retained by the state government to identify the sector each applicant would be employed.

He said, ‘This is not a one-off thing but a kind of employment bank or database from which applicants are engaged depending on the demand for such job specifications.’

The Eastern Updates recalls that Soludo had three weeks ago called for online applications from those who feel they have what it takes to be a part of his government.

According to a release from the office of the Chairperson of the 80-man Transition Committee, Dr Oby Ezekwesili on Sunday which was sighted by The Eastern Updates, Soludo has given his approval for the opening of the database for employment of political appointees.

The would-be appointees will also file expression of interest and submit credentials at www.anambratalent.ng.

In addition, the appointees will write a test and do oral interviews after being shortlisted.

According to the statement, Soludo was very much committed to giving everyone who has requisite competencies, capabilities, and relevant valuable contributions to make toward the good governance of Anambra State an opportunity to do so.


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