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Ogun State Civil Service Commission Public Service Entry Examination (ASCON Exam) for Entry into Professional Cadres Positions

Posted on Tue 16th Jul, 2013 - hotnigerianjobs.com --- (73 comments)

Ogun State Civil Service Commission - Year 2013 Special Public Service Entry Examination (ASCON Exam) for Entry into Professional Cadres in the Ogun State of Nigeria Civil Service

1.) Introduction
This is to notify the general public that the competitive examination for entry into the Administrative Officer, Accountant, Auditor, Statistician, Registrar of Cooperatives, Produce Officer, Commercial Officer, Inspector of Taxes, Engineer (Civil. Mechanical, Electrical), Information Officer, Agricultural Officer, Education Officer and Town Planning Officer Cadres on relevant entry Grade Levels in accordance with the provisions of Schemes of Service in the Ogun State of Nigeria Civil Service will commence in August, 2013.

2.) The competitive examination will consist of:
  • a qualifying written examination to be conducted by the Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON);
  • series of Tests and Interviews known as Extended Interviews, to be conducted by the Civil Service Selection Board; and
  • a Final Oral Interview before the Civil Service Commission.
3.) Subjects for the Examination
The written examination is designed to Test the candidates’ comprehension of English Language, ability to think clearly and knowledge of current affairs. The examination will consist of the following papers namely:
  • English Language
  • Logical Thinking
  • General Knowledge Paper H
  • Basic Statistics
  • General Knowledge Paper I
4.) The range of questions will cater for graduates of Universities and will test intelligent awareness of current affairs which an educated person may reasonably be presumed to possess. The prescribed examination form can be obtained from the Ogun State Civil Service Commission on payment of a non-refundable examination fee of Twelve thousand naira (N12,000.00) per candidate. The Examination syllabus, past questions, ID Card, letter of admission to the examination and instructions to candidates will be given by the Ogun State Civil Service Commission as part of the package, which will also communicate the venue of the Examination. It should be noted that the Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON) will not deal directly with individual candidates. Copied: www.hotnigerianjobs.com

5.) Venue of the Examination:
The written examination will he held on Thursday, 29 and Friday 30th August, 2013 at a Centre to be announced later. Only those candidates who attain the qualifying standard in the ASCON written examination will be invited for the Tests and Interviews to be conducted by the Civil Service Selection Board. Arising from the performance of candidates at the Extended Interviews, the Civil Service Commission will select those who will participate in the Final Interviews.

6.) Entry Requirements
All candidates seeking appointment into the posts listed below must have a University degree in any of the disciplines indicated against each post. Candidate(s) with Higher National Diploma (HND) need not apply except the/she possesses a Post-Graduate Diploma and a Masters Degree or Professional Certificate in relevant field.

6.1 Details of eligibility requirement are as follows:


(A) Administratie Officer Grd. II GL 08, Salary (N593,030.04p a)
Candidate must possess a University Degree in any of the disciplines of Social Sciences or Humanities.

(B) Accountant Cadre


(Bi)Senior Accountant GL. 10, Salary (N911,355.84 p.a)

Candidates must possess any of the following:
  • A degree in Accountancy plus at least six (6) years post qualification cognate experience in the public service
  • the final certificate of any of the following professional Accountancy bodies
    • Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN)
    • Association of Certified and Corporate Accountants (ACCA)
(Bii) Accountant Grd. I, GL. 09, Salary (N 696,913.68 p.a)
Candidates must possess any of the following:
  • Minimum of first degree in Accountancy plus at least three (3) years post qualification cognate experience in the public service
  • First degree in Accountancy or Higher National Diploma in Accountancy plus professional Diploma of Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN)
(Biii) Accountant Grd. II, GL. 08, Salary (N 593,030.04 p.a)
Candidates must possess a degree in Accountancy from a recognised University

(C) Auditors Cadre

(Ci) Senior Auditor Grd. I, GL. 09, Salary (N696,913.68 p.a)

Candidates must possess any of the following:
  • Minimum of first degree in Accountancy plus at least three (3)year post qualification cognate experience in the public service
  • First degree in Accountancy or Higher National Diploma in Accountancy plus professional Diploma of Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN). Copied: www.hotnigerianjobs.com
(Cii) Auditor Grd. II GE. 08, Salary (N 593,030.04 p.a)
Candidates must possess a degree in Accountancy from a recognised University.

(D) Statistician, GE. 08 Salary (N 593,030.04 p.a)

Candidates must possess any of the following qualifications:
  • a degree in Statistics as a special subject from a recognised University
  • a degree from a recognised University in Social Science or Mathematics without Statistics plus a Post Graduate Diploma in Statistics.
(E) Commercial Officer Grd. 11, GE. 08 Salary (N 593,030.04 p.a)
Candidates must possess a degree in Economics, Business Administration. Commerce or Marketing from a recognised University.

(F) Registrar of Cooperative Society Grd. II, GE. 08 Salary (N 593,03004 p.a)
Candidates must possess a degree in Arts, Economics, Agriculture, Law, Business Administration or Accountancy from a recognised University.

(G) Produce Officer Grd. 11, GE. 08 Salary (N 93.030.04 p.a)

Candidates must possess a degree in Agricultural or Biological Sciences from a recognised University.

(H) Information Officer Grd. II, GE. 08 Salary (N593,030.04 p.a)
Candidates must possess a degree preferably in Arts, Journalism, Social Sciences or English Language from a recognised University.

I) Agricultural Officer Grd. II, GE. 08 Salary (N 593,030.04 p.a)

Candidates must possess a degree in Agriculture, Agricultural Science, Agricultural Economics, Horticulture, Crop Science or Crop Production from a recognised University

(J) Education Officer Grd. II, GE. 08 Salary (N 593,030.04 p.a)
Candidates must possess any of the following qualifications:
  • a degree in Education or any other relevant subject from a recognised University
  • a degree in a relevant subject plus a Post Graduate Diploma orCertificate in Education.
(K) Town Planning Officer Grd. TI, GE. OS Salary (N 593,030.04 p.a)
Candidates must possess any of the following qualifications registrable with the Town Planners Registration Council (TOPREC):
  • a degree in Urban and Regional Planning or Town Planning from a recognised Institution.
  • a pass in the final examination of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners,
  • a professional Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning or Town Planning from any recognised Institution (not equivalent to Higher National Diploma Certificate).
(L) Engineers Cadre GE 08 (N 593,030.04 p.a)

(Li) civil Engineer Grd. II, GL. 08 Salary

Candidates must possess a degree in Civil Engineering or such other qualifications registrable with the Council of Registered Engineers of Nigeria (COREN)

(Lii) Electrical Engineer Grd. II, GL. 08 Salary

Candidates must possess a degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent qualification registrable with the Council of Registered Engineers of Nigeria (COREN)

(Liii) Mechanical Engineer Grd. II, GL. 08 Salary

Candidates must possess a degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent qualification registrable with the Council of Registered Engineers of Nigeria (COREN)

(M) Inspector of Taxes Grd. II, GE 08 (N593,030.04 p.a)
Candidates must possess a degree in Accountancy, Business Administration or Economics with Accountancy as a special subject obtained from a recognised university. Copied: www.hotnigerianjobs.com

7.) Closing Date

All completed application forms must be submitted in roomA236 Civil Set-vice Commission, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta on or before Friday 16th August. 2013.

8.) Mode of Application:

Candidates are enjoined to obtain Guaranty Trust Bank teller from Room A263 at the Ogun State Civil Service Commission Block A New Secretariat Complex, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta for payment of non- refundable Examination fee of N12,000.00 (Twelve Thousand Naira) into Account No. 0032630816 at the Guaranty Trust Bank, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta. After payment, candidates are advised to obtain application form along with the examination syllabus and Ogun State Civil Service Commission’s compiled past questions from Room A233. BlockANew Secretariat Complex, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.

9.) Enquiries:

Enquiries on the subject matter should be directed to the Permanent Secretary, Ogun State Civil Service Commission, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.

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Comments (73)

No. 1
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 08:30:39 GMT by Damilola

What is nigeria turning to why would government estabishment be decriminating among her Graduate.Why cant HND be giving the same oppourtunity? God help us

No. 2
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 08:45:46 GMT by @damilola

@damilola, i tire too, at least if dey know that HND is no more relevant in our country, dey should scrap polytechnics. Govt job is a reliable one and dey are to give all a chance and even the application exam fee is on a high side too.
No. 3
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 09:01:06 GMT by Biodun

Nawa o, not a single opportunity for those that did Physical/Pure Sciences
No. 4
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 09:13:06 GMT by tomi

u can imagine dis is the highest order f rubbish. y should people who re looking 4 job pay #12,000 before u can apply. this is corruption
No. 5
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 09:35:17 GMT by nil

Hun Hun, Governor and the Executives of Ogun State why paying 12k before getting job and why are you condemned HND what is it wrong with this qualification? Are you representing people interest or whose interest?.
No. 6
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 09:55:04 GMT by Sola

The N12,000 is to make sure the children of the 'common man' are excluded from onset?
If they take the exams, they will pass better than their candidates and put them in a fix.
Ogun State,God save our souls!!!


No. 7
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 10:56:02 GMT by alade

In actual fact this advert should be review, I am an hnd holder in accounting and I sat for test with my friend that has bsc banking and finance for recruitment test , I scored 48 and he scored 24 so what are we saying, meanwhile MD of Firstbank Nigeria BISI ONASANYA is an HND holder and he manages the best bank in Nigeria and one of the best in africa. GOV IBIKUNLE AMOSU is a very respectable elite that I respected so much should look in to it and review the advert at let it be equal opportunity for all ogun state graduate, bsc and hnd are the same honestly, everybody can never be admitted to university please
No. 8
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 11:27:38 GMT by Peter

Alade u talked sense though am a university graduate but i just love ur comment there shud be no discrimination between BSC & HND once we‘r serving together.
No. 9
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 11:30:44 GMT by Karunwi Oyebode

This is the greatest height of discrimination. It is disgusting,barbaric, dehumanizing, and highly draconian. Those who are behind this evil had better have a rethink before they kindle a war that they will not be able to contain, should the aggressive youth forums takes this as an avenue to cause civil unrest.

The government should not be the one treading the toll of discriminating employers of labour. Why on earth does the government funds the polytechnics when she will not employ the outputs ? Is this not a case of policy inconsistency?
No. 10
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 11:47:59 GMT by Olusegun

This is highly ridiculous. polytechnic graduates and students of MAPOLY should condemn this act after all ogun state govt charge exorbitant fees in her polytechnic. This discrimination should stop before polytechnic graduates take law into their hands
No. 11
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 12:41:58 GMT by bimbola

If our so called government did not value polytechnic again they should just scrap it, its disgusting to hear that even a government establishment is discriminating between hnd nd bsc. Who tell them an hnd holder will not perform better than a bsc holder its weird. I just hope G̶̲̥̅̊ό̲̣̣̣̥ƌ̲̣­̣̣̥ will save polytechnic, that's why ASUP can go on strike for 2mths nd d govt fold there hand. And second why will OGSG ask person looking for job to pay not even a small amount but 12000. May G̶̲̥̅̊ό̲̣̣̣̥ƌ̲̣­̣̣̥ save NIGERIA
No. 12
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 13:01:01 GMT by Sunday Aneke (Igweeeee)

Ogun State govt.(OSG)- Job for sale; 12k , university graduates only
Nigerian graduate(NG)- Ah, this is collossal,(like my man senator Patrick): It is regretably lucubrius, it is satodic, it is rather malicous, it is prepostrous, it is a case of oulabaloooooo, (just being laconic) . Can u please lend me the money, i'll payback in instalments for like 2yrs. Do we have a deal?

No. 13
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 13:12:54 GMT by no Name

Ds z an absurd,ds z hw stupid fed govt xtort moni frm pple evn dos wtout technical know how.....,Rubbish.
No. 14
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 13:15:20 GMT by alade

I work in a bank in credit and marketing section,the best staff that has ever work in that branch is me and one of my colleague. Is an HND holder, Bsc,s manager seeks our knowledge before they could do many thing. But why I am looking for another job is the fact that I am a contract staff. If not I don't think I need to look for another job. Meanwhile in the western world experience and effectiveness and technical know how of individual is cherished and valued than our so called BSC, if you doubt me go to shell, chevron and halliburton. You will discover that most of this expartriates are technical college graduate and your so call BSC work under them and they know by far better than them, if you also doubt it make your finding the best economy in the word as we speak is china.there is nothing that concern china man about one stupid BSC average china man will do phone, games, television. Nothing you do that they can't do is it by BSC? I think we should rethink and redirect our focus and change our orientation towards many things that is when we can move forward.

No. 15
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 13:20:34 GMT by Sholanke olumide

Haa,haa civil service work for dat mata,dis is really unfair practices by the commissioner of work in ogun state.What's all dis discrimination btw HND and Bsc all about in a government work.pls hv a rethink about dis before it too late.
Moreover,dis is a really exploitation #12,000 for what?Many of u when u enter government work,hw much did u pay for the form then,even if u pay @all?
No. 16
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 13:25:07 GMT by alade

I am a full fledge ogun state indege, if this jobs should go for only BSC. Then all the ranks and file in the government of ogun state from the lowest to the highest in the politics of ogun state, even the security guards must have BSC. If not they should be expunged and relieved of their jobs. Let every body go and bring BSC. And closed ogun state polytechnic(MAPOLY) mean while when politicians are campaining they will promise heaven and earth is this not a failure? Is it every HND holder will get that money to go for pgd or proffesional exam. When he has not even secured job with his HND?

No. 17
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 13:26:11 GMT by william

This is really Ogun.
No. 18
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 13:28:22 GMT by olukayode odunayo

All is well
No. 19
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 13:33:41 GMT by Sholanke olumide

What is ogun state communicating to the private organisation about their recruitment process....Am sure soon,private org will start selling their recruitment form for #20,000 if govt are selling their own for #12,000.Where are we heading to in dis country?
No. 20
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 13:58:43 GMT by Prince

They are all thieffffffffffffffffffffff and dis advert is Rubishhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Go to hell fooooooolllllllllllllsssssssssssss.
No. 21
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 14:04:01 GMT by ibrahim Ade

My question is this, even if i borrow 12k to pay, am i guaranteed to get the job?
Or is it an avenue for generating wealth for the state?
Ogyn, wake up!
No. 22
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 14:04:16 GMT by sylvanus ronke

bsc or hnd if u av dat 12,000 in ur hand y lukn 4 job dat wen u get dia to pay salary will now bcome problem kuku use ur 12k start selling smtin at kuto market. leave d job 4 dia children.
No. 23
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 14:58:31 GMT by kaybee

This is absolutely unfair to the 'general public' which the advert seeks to notify. For crying out loud where do they expect jobless men and women to get this kind of money from? To go and steal or what? and i can't fantom out why polytechnics still exist in Ogun state. God...hearken to our call
No. 24
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 15:42:00 GMT by Kayode

I obtained and sat for the test in the last recruitment exercise. I even made it up to the final interview.
Unfortunately, I was not offered any employment.
What pained me most was the stress I underwent during the written test and various and lengthened interview. I spent almost six (6) working days attending test and interview. If you are currently working and your employer won't spare this number of days, I suggest you don't waste your money to obtain the form.
To be frank, the cost of the form is too exorbitant. What is the problem with our politician? Last year, more than 800 candidates obtained the form at the cost of N10,000.00 amounting to more than N8,000,000.00. WAO!
I am very sure that less than 200 applicants were eventually offered employment.
In conclusion, the policy of our govt is discouraging, condemnable, barbaric and inhuman.
Why will the State govt discriminate against HND holders. I am an HND holders and I am the Head, Finance Control of a stockbroking firm though I have professional qualification.
NA WA FOR OGUN STATE GOVT O!!!!!!!!!!!!
No. 25
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 16:05:20 GMT by Oluseun

Our youth of this generation are too quite,dense and powerless.The old people so-called executives are cheating our human rights. One finishes higher institution and no job after service. Forget about discrimination between HND and BSC. In those days, I mean 1989 and below,there was no discrimation btw the two until this stupid called civilian government came back when those thieves in government carried billion naira away and dump people dump in penury.I hope youth have to arise war against thieves in power bf it gets out of hand.Boro-Haram should make war against these executives instead of killing innocent souls.Youth arise and fight for your rights.They can not kill everyone.Some fought for independence.Youth of Nigeria are too dense.If i were the OGS, i would ask graduate to N20,000 with first class degree age 22
No. 26
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 16:09:07 GMT by dammy trips

This job post had just put people in dilema and perplexed situation, HND holders Α̲̅я̩̥̊ε̲̣̣̣̥ excluded, even if one is a BSc holder u must also be a #12,000 giver and #12,000 holder. May God help us all.
No. 27
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 16:09:36 GMT by God help our youths

12k multiply by massive unemployed youth, dat na cool cash. After payment and going through the stress, you must know someone who knows someone especially in the state ruling party. Heaven forbids I fall for this.
No. 28
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 16:25:15 GMT by Oluseun

My prayer for Nigeria is that millitary people should take over the government since the civilian govt does nt pay youth, aged and little.I know God will be convinced with dis due to situation of Nig at dis time.COME MILLITARY or RISE YOUTHS
No. 29
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 18:54:57 GMT by zica

Hunnn Nig has turn to other thing imagine someone that is looking for job nd u r expect such to pay money b/f he/ she can get job. In other country where Govt are pay salary for unemployment people. God will take control
No. 30
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 22:06:07 GMT by GODWINS

NB: This recruitment has taken PLACE
if u are paying 12k u are on ur own
its a scam hw can a state govt asking applicants to pay 12k for job which they are not sure of.they have employed their candidates.

No. 31
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 22:08:39 GMT by GODWINS

NB: This recruitment has taken PLACE
if u are paying 12k u are on ur own
its a scam hw can a state govt asking applicants to pay 12k for job which they are not sure of.they have employed their candidates.

No. 32
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 22:24:35 GMT by Kenny

I'am a full EGBA MAN and i lecture in one of the Nig. Fed Universities. These are my suggestions to unemployed ogun state citizens and Poly students about this job advert:
1. I expect MAPOLY to be shut down immediately by d students
2. I expect these MAPOLY students to peacefuly demonstrate to state house.
3. It will be wonderful if unemployed ogun citizens request all political holders below Bsc to resign immediately. And finaly
4. A petition shuld be written against MD of ogun state civil service and copied to all the necessary coruption commissions in the country. Best of luck.

No. 33
Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2013 23:21:35 GMT by OSOBA KEMI

Kenny,ur suggestion is good.But do u think this wil work seeing aw insensitive our so called politricktians are to the plight of the youth.
No. 34
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 07:57:56 GMT by Korede

why would unemployed citizen who don't av any savings pay 12k for a job dat đ state already has her own candidates

No. 35
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 08:08:21 GMT by Asabi

Kenny, I liked your comment. I am an indigenous of Ogun State, Agura precisely. I have both HND and B.SC does it mean that as God gave me the opportunity to have both, other will have the same opportunity capital (NO) because fingers are not equal.
But how would so called Governor Amosun and his Executives do such an evil advert. When he became the governor my though was that he will do marvellous things in Ogun State without knowing that he came to drain the remaining resources in the state. If you people think you are accumulating wealth for your children is a lie, because the words of God is complete, our father had sinned and they are no more and we bears the consequent that is what would happen, just take it or not.
You people are just putting more yoke and burden to unemployed graduate of Nigeria whereas before you attained the post you promised heaven and earth, May God judge you all. Please repent and re-visit your action, if you don't want the wrath of God. This is for Governor Amosun and his Executives, because yoruba says (Igi kan kole da igbo se) remember you are in the month of Ramadan. Be guided accordingly.
No. 36
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 08:26:40 GMT by Adeolu James

Pen robbery! Imagine a graduate who has no dime in his/her ban account now being asked to pay 12k b4 he/she could be given chance to try his/her luck on a job not guaranteed that he/she could in anyway get. It is a lesson for those who are still in school to start thinking and working on how they could be self employed after graduation now that they are still being fend for by their parent/guardian. Nigeria shall Arise!
No. 37
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 09:36:36 GMT by kasali wasiu

Intresting offer .I hope people will be employed on merits?
No. 38
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 11:30:13 GMT by zubair femi

remember the time when ibikunle was moving round canvassing people to consider him as OGUN STATE governor.I saw a man full of zeal to fight corruption, discrimination, misappropriation of peoples fund, oppression etc.suprisingly ,the amosun of then was the faked copy.This is now the real ibikunle amosun. demanding 12k from somebody that cannot affordto use soap to bath for 30 days in a month to get govt job. you are finished kunle...
No. 39
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 12:23:00 GMT by bayo mike

This is simlpy exploitation and discrimination of innocent job seekers. I want Ogun State Civil Commission to answer the follwing questions:
What is the total number of vacant positions?
Why BSC but not HND?
What is the assurance of beeen considered after passing through the rigorous exercise?
No. 40
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 12:58:24 GMT by ABATAN FUNSO TOBI

Hope is going to b credible
No. 41
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 12:59:08 GMT by ABATAN FUNSO TOBI

Hope is going to b credible
No. 42
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 12:59:21 GMT by ABATAN FUNSO TOBI

Hope is going to b credible
No. 43
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 13:01:34 GMT by ABATAN FUNSO TOBI

Hope is going to b credible
No. 44
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 13:06:42 GMT by ABATAN FUNSO TOBI

Hope is going to b credible
No. 45
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 13:08:26 GMT by ABATAN FUNSO TOBI

Hope is going to b credible
No. 46
Posted on Thu 18th Jul, 2013 14:25:32 GMT by Bankole

We want change and we ve seen it i have said this ealier the greatest mistake in Ogun-State is Amosun b4 the emergence of this govt how much are we obtaining a civil service recruitment form. What is the guaranty that the employement is going to base on merit why is he using every problem he created as an anvenue to exploit the innocent youth why the discrimination btw Bsc and Hnd well, my advice for the unemployed youth is to try and look else where or to start engadging themselve bcos these so called execultive have a reserved post for their special one.DONT WAST UR TIME.
No. 47
Posted on Fri 19th Jul, 2013 08:54:27 GMT by fidel

fraud of the highest order,while we complain of military extortion of 2.5k for forms this dudes got the guts to come out openly to publish an article which slots have already been allocated among themselves,is this one another means through which the ogun state govt. is trying to raise fund?12k
No. 48
Posted on Fri 19th Jul, 2013 19:44:23 GMT by Nelson Alexander

I must confess to the generally public that this is not true from Ogun State government since there is asking for form charges. I strongly believe that Ibikunle Amosun that I knew will not ask hungry and aggressive graduates. Please do not involve yourself in this kind of deal. Warning!!!!!!
No. 49
Posted on Sat 20th Jul, 2013 08:09:59 GMT by Cov

E wo ibi ti won ba wa de eyin odo ile yi. Won o feran wa, ikun won ni won n ja fun. Edumare jowo ye aga nidi gbogbo awon aninilara oloselu wa. Ti won ko ba yi pada ki odun yi o to pari, dakun je ki awon onikaki o gba ijoba lowo won.
I shed tears when I read d advert. Apart frm d discrimination, where wil I get 12k to pay for a form; just a form to get a job dt am nt sure of cos I don't av a godfather. I av a M.Sc, not a single job 4 ova 6mths, being fed by parent, no money to even start a small biz....... Where α̲̅яε we heading in this country? 12k is inhuman!
How much does it even take to print the question papers and d other materials self? In printing biz, d more u print, d less u pay so, what's d problem wt our leaders?
If u must sell d form, sell it @ d rate of 1k, allow evry applicant to write d exams, be sincere to select d best, give job to them all, give dm 2yrs to on d job to get oda necessary qualification like PGDE, everybody will be happy and ur government will be credited. Loba tan! Why α̲̅яε u adding to our problem? Pls I need a visa to a beta country where my brain, effort and discipline wil be valued. Our leaders α̲̅яε killing our potentials.
No. 50
Posted on Sat 20th Jul, 2013 09:37:29 GMT by Ekene

Thieves!
If you are a Nigerian graduate and you pay for this form, then you are a desperate fool.

Ogun state government, SHAME on you! What have you ever given to your people? My parents have a house in Ogun state and I tell you, it is the worst state I have ever lived in and I have lived in many. Ogun state reminds me of Oshodi many years back when it was still a jungle. No electricity, no roads, no markets, no law, NOTHING! Development is centered ONLY on the capital. Ijoko, Agbado, Sango, Oke-Aro, Ajuwon, the list is endless, are a MESS.

Please ask students of MAPOLY, with all the revenue the school is getting, for years now, the school still does not have a single hostel to make life easy for students. You pay a lot of money as a fresh man and then you also have to look for an accommodation. When my relative told me the total amount of money he paid last year when he got admitted into MAPOLY, I shook my head. It is more than the amount of school fee I paid in UNIBEN from 100-400 Level. And Ogun state government is bold enough to tell her graduates that they "need not apply".

As if that is not bad enough, you need to pay N12,000 to apply, "non-refundable".

Nigeria! What a shame.


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