How the NIGERIA IMMIGRATION made over 1 Billion Naira from Job Applicants

On March 16, 2014 over 125,000 applicants in Abuja and Lagos alone turned up for the National Immigration Service (NIS) job test which claimed about 16 lives in the scramble for a 4,500 jobs opening . From the other 35 states of the federation where the job test also took place simultaneously, thousands also fainted from stampede and exhaustion that occurred due to disorderliness, impatience from the crowd and poor crowd control on the part of NIS as reported in the news .

The crowds that turned out at each state for the recruitment test, would be mistaken for those who had come to watch a football match, which clearly tells the story of Nigeria’s frightening unemployment situation.

From our calculations and data made available to Business-Matter.com, the National Immigration Service (NIS) made over one billion naira from the desperate job applicants. Below is the population analyisi.

NIGERIA IMMIGRATION RECRUITMENT WITH THEIR POPULATION ANALYSIS and FINANCIAL ENGAGEMENT ON JOB SEEKERS.
(1) Abia -(23,500)
(2) Adamawa -(25,504)
(3) Akwa Ibom-(18,750)
(4) Anambra -(15,990))
(5) Bauchi – (27,850)
(6) Bayelsa -(16,888)
(7) Benue – (10,623)
(8) Borno – (9,852)
(9) Cross River -(5,810)
(10) Delta – (6,221)
(11) Ebonyi- (14,852)
(12) Edo – (19.531)
(13) Ekiti -(22,851)
(14) Enugu -(35,811)
(15) FCT – (102,512)
(16) Gombe – (32,653)
(17) Imo – (31.623)
(18) Jigawa -(25,621)
(19) Kaduna – (26,661)
(20) Kano – (18.812)
(21) Katsina – (15,900)
(22) Kebbi -(17,821)
(23) Kogi – (13.213)
(24) Kwara -(21.213)
(25) Lagos -(81,852)
(26) Nasarawa – (21.521)
(27) Niger – (12,531)
(28) Ogun – (32.590)
(29) Ondo – (29,852)
(30) Osun -(31,111)
(31) Oyo – (53,895)
(32) Plateau -(23,123)
(33) Rivers – (18,531)
(34) Sokoto – (42,123)
(35) Taraba – (32,121)
(36) Yobe – (41,213)
(37) Zamfara- (21,334)

TOTAL:
1,254,959 Candidates
Participated
=1, 254, 959 X N1,000
(Recruitment fees).

Total amount
=N1, 254,959,000.
(One billion, two hundred and fifty-four million, nine hundred and fifty-nine thousand naira).

Where is this Money?

The Senate and house of Rep Committee on Public Accounts, should as a matter of urgency carry out a forensic audit on the said amount.

May the Souls of the departed rest in Perfect Peace and may God help us all in Nigeria.

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