Acting chairman of the OIRS revealed that hundreds of graduates will be employed as Community Tax Liason Officers (CTLOs) across the state.
Mr. Bicci revealed that hundreds of graduates will be employed as Community Tax Liason Officers (CTLOs) across the state.
He advised graduates in the state to seize the opportunity provided by the social empowerment programme of the federal government that commenced recruitment process across the country last week.
The N-Power programme which is expected to reduce unemployment will engage a fresh 300,000 graduates in teaching, agriculture, health care and tax collection.
A statement by the Secretary, JTB, M L Abubakar, said the programme is available for people within the age of 18-35 years and will cover a period of two years.
He urged qualified graduates to visit the N-Power portal for prompt registration before it closes.
The desire to diversify the nation’s economy warranted the introduction of Community Tax Liason Officers (CTLOs) for the Voluntary Asset and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS), a new field of the programme meant to optimize government revenue at all level.