– Governor Gaidam says 38 graduating student of the state currently in universities in Sudan will get automatic employments
– Gaidam promises that the students would be employed once they get their certificates
– He asks the state’s head of service, Alhaji Saleh Abubakar, to coordinate and implement the employment directive
Thirty-eight graduating students from the various universities in Sudan in 2018 will get automatic employment from the Yobe state governor, Ibrahim Gaidam, who is currently on a visit to the country, an official statement said.
Daily Independent reports that a statement from Abdullah Bego, the director-general in charge of press affairs to the governor, confirmed this adding that records showed that of the 38 graduating students, up to 27 will earn medical degrees.
The others will graduate from various specialties including nursing, dentistry, business administration, and communication, amongst others.
According to the statement, Governor Gaidam made the offer while addressing a cross-section of Yobe students, who honoured him at the International University of Africa in Khartoum.
The Governor noted with satisfaction that Yobe students in Sudan have remained law-abiding in their host country adding: “It is heart-warming that all of you who study here in Sudan have remained law-abiding and have not been found to be engaging in any illegal or criminal acts.
“I urge you to continue to tread this path. I urge you to continue to take your studies seriously and to do your parents and our state proud.”
Gaidam said all the students who are graduating 2018 would be given automatic employment by the state government as soon as they receive their certificates.
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The governor also reportedly asked the head of service, Alhaji Saleh Abubakar, who was present at the event, to coordinate and implement the recruitment of the graduating students.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that President Muhammadu Buhari approved the recruitment of 6,000 additional policemen as part of fresh measures to address the nation’s security challenges including the farmers/herdsmen clashes across the country.
The president made this known in a special interview session with Voice of America, Hausa service, in Washington, United States in the morning of Tuesday, May 1.
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