“Many MDAs Are Into That Act”: Shehu Sani Speaks on the Report of the FCC Selling Employment Letters
Senator Shehu Sani stated that numerous federal government MDAs sell employment letters.
In response to a report that the Federal Character Commission was peddling employment letters, the former federal lawmaker stated the following.
Sani demanded action against the syndicates committing such illicit acts in various government agencies.
Senator Shehu Sani, a former federal lawmaker, has responded to the news that the Federal Character Commission (FCC) is peddling employment letters to applicants.
Many government ministries, departments, and agencies (MDAs), according to Sani, are peddling employment opportunities.
According to Shehu Sani, many MDAs engage in the practice of peddling employment letters.
Photograph by Shehu Sani
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On Wednesday, August 9, he announced this via his Twitter account, @ShehuSani.
Sani stated that it is time to take action against the criminal syndicates responsible for such acts.
“Selling employment letters is not limited to the Federal Character Commission, many MDAs are into that act of criminality. It’s time to move against the syndicates.”
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The two applicants who testified before the House of Representatives ad hoc committee investigating the alleged job racketeering disclosed that the alleged money was paid through proxies.
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Kolo made this admission on Monday, August 7, in front of the ad hoc committee of the House of Representatives investigating the alleged employment racketeering and misuse of the Integrated Personnel Payroll Information System (IPPIS) by ministries, departments, and agencies.
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The employee of the Kwara State Ministry of Finance was brought before the Federal High Court in Ilorin, Kwara state.
The defendant was accused of collecting various quantities of money from 23 members of the Christ Apostolic Church in Offa, Kwara State, under the pretense of assisting them in obtaining employment with the Kwara State Civil Service Commission and Federal Government Parastatals.