200,000 graduates to get FG’s jobs this month – Osinbajo

The fir2016_10_12_4300st set of 200,000 un­employed graduates to be engaged by the Federal Government under its social in­vestment scheme are to receive their appointment letters this month, Vice President Yemi Os­inbajo has said.
In an interaction with some radio journalists and producers at the Presidential Villa on Tues­day, Osinbajo said that “we ex­pect that before the end of the month, we will engage 200,000,” out of the 500,000 unemployed graduates the Buhari administra­tion plans to hire in the N-Power jobs programme.
According to him, the direct government jobs is meant “to keep this young people occu­pied, pay them some amount of money and also give them a de­vice, which will also help them to learn several skills that they can develop as time goes on.”
Osinbajo explained that “we expect that before the end of this month, we should have engaged 200,000 of them and we are hop­ing that before the end of the year we should have engaged more.”
Similarly, the Home-Grown School Feeding Programme is set to kick-off in several states this month.
“Definitely, before the end of this month, we expect that sev­eral states would have come on stream with their Home-Grown School Feeding Programmes,” the Vice President said.
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