SURE-P ends recruitment of 3000 school leavers in Anambra

| January 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Subsidy Re-Investment Programme (SURE-P) has concluded the recruitment of three thousand school leavers in Anambra State, saying it was devoid of any political partisanship.

FormerAnambra State House of Assembly Speaker, Anayo Nebe, and chairman, SURE-P community service, women and youths employment, said the programme was on ground in Anambra State. He noted that the documentation process was still ongoing.

Nebe said the exercise in Anambra had been a huge success.

According to him, “At the moment, the recruits have not commenced work, which is why people do not feel the impact of the scheme. But in a matter of days, when the documentation process comes to an end, the impact will be very glaring

“The participants are being selected from different parts of the state. It is non-partisan, as nobody was selected on the basis of political party, religion or other primordial sentiment. For the first phase, each local government area has four communities.

“By this, we will ensure there is spread. We want every local government area to have a feel of the scheme. It is a continuous exercise, some may be involved in road maintenance, others may be sent to other areas, as choice of projects differs from community to community.

“I want to state clearly that this is one of the best programmes of the President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration.

The government has earlier shown in so many ways that it is one with a human face, a government that is not elitist, a government that bothers about the welfare of the youth and women, “ Nebe said.

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