2000 Job Seekers Storm Lawmakers Induction

Posted by | April 28, 2015 | News

Abuja — MORE than 2,000 job seekers particularly legislative aides and bank marketers invaded Transcorp and International Conference Centre, ICC venues of the induction programme designed for fresh lawmakers by the Nigeria Institute for Legislative Studies, NILS seeking for jobs in anticipation of the inauguration of the 8th Assembly in June.Most of the present serving legislative aides would be disengaged in the new House and the bank executives need new bank engagements with the fresh lawmakers.

The National Assembly Institute of Legislative Studies organised a five day retreat for the new National Assembly members in preparation for the 8th assembly.

At the opening ceremony last Sunday night and ICC this morning, Monday, it was a beehive of activities as unemployed graduates and other Nigerians wanting to be engaged stormed the venues of the retreat begging the 469 members of the National Assembly, senate 109 and the House of Representatives 360 for jobs.

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