The National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) has denied stories making the rounds that the agency is calling for job applications from members of the public.
The agency in a statement by its head of Public Relations Unit, Saadu Salahu, said that it has not declared any vacancies for recruitment and is therefore not responsible for the false public notice calling for applications in 2018.
According to him, “The online public notice is false and intended to dupe innocent and unsuspecting members of the public especially the teeming population of Nigerian youths seeking for gainful employment. Members of the public are hereby advised to disregard the false public notice calling for job applications to the National Health Care Development Agency.”
“Management of the agency and security agencies are taking appropriate steps to track the unpatriotic and criminal-minded elements behind the scam,” he added.
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