Senator Ayade Seeks Qualified Graduates From Cross River For Federal Civil Service Employment

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Senator Ben Ayade
Senator Ben Ayade

The Senator representing Cross River North Senatorial District, Professor Ben Ayade, has called on interested and qualified Cross Riverians with degrees in either, Basic and Applied Science, Engineering or Secretariat Studies to summit their curriculum vitae, CVs for immediate employment into the federal civil service.

Interested applicants who must have graduated since 2008 and must have completed their NYSC are to send the soft copy of their CVs between today and latest Friday July 19, 2013 to Successful applicants will resume work on August 1, 2013.

In a chat with CrossRiverWatch, the Senator said: “It is part of our constituency obligation to assist our constituents who are qualified and competent to secure spaces for employment. And this is not the first time I will be doing this. I have assisted several of my constituents secure employments in several jobs and this is a continuation of that obligation.

“You and I know that unemployment is a major challenge facing our young people in this country and efforts must be targeted at seeing how graduates who have the capacity to deliver can secure opportunities to contribute their quota to the development of the country. That is what is motivating this decision.”

The Senator also announced that the free distribution of high yield rice seedlings, Faro 44 to farmers in his constituency in Cross River North Senatorial District will commence by July 21, 2013. He encouraged the farmers to turn out in their numbers to benefit from this gesture as that will go a long way in guaranteeing food security in the state.

CrossRiverWatch findings at the Senator’s constituency office in Ogoja reveal that over 3,000 farmers have already registered to benefit from the scheme named “Operation Green Millionaires.”

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12 commentsOn Senator Ayade Seeks Qualified Graduates From Cross River For Federal Civil Service Employment


  • In view of the previous antecedent on job placements and the struggle to get one, many Nigeria graduates have shown a repulsive attitude in pursuit of a job except when there are sure of one or God’s factor played a dominant role in the campaign to get a good job. Senator sir, your effort is highly appreciated, but it will be very bad if it is based on political reasons that will only aimed at reducing the common man to naughty. I wish to suggest, if your good intention is real we will like to see evidence of employment including those from average homes.

  • Prof, could you please use your influence, in synergy with other Ogoja sons, to give the Ogoja people a Federal Polytechnic?

  • My honourable senator,Sir with regard to your post on 12th July,2o13 on crossriverwatch .com.Some of us had sent our CV appropriately at due time but uptill now we have not heard any information about it either did we know the office or website to get more information concerning that.Sir,i like the initiation.

  • Thanks, Hon. Senator for this bold step. I have graduated and with NYSC since 2008 without a job. I pray that God will give you the enablement to fulfill your promise to us. Thanks!

  • Young graduates like me, that are interested in farming, full assistance should be given to us, to help us curb the rate of unemployment. More power to your elbow!

  • imu collins from obudu

    dear senator, tnks 4 ur concerns on cross youth u are stil unemployed a good work of a man is rewarded by God. he wil grant ur heart desire. We hope to see u in governors election to reshape dis state as u have been doing. Tank u

  • my able senator,may d good lord bless u real good.You re a true leader,dat has d welfare of ur people at heart.My prayer for u is to govern d state come 2015 cos u ve prove ur worth.Blaze on prof. Ogar wilson Ibu

  • Dearest Senator,Most of us in other part of the Zones sees you with dire admiration.Please continue to assist Cross Rivarians bcos you ll be hugely rewarded 4 Ur strides.Honestly,most of us are pleading passionately bcos we have spent 10yrs unemployed as Bsc holders in Marketing.

  • Able senator,you are doing a very gud job n d almigthy God will continue to strengthen u in that direction n’ll interest u to know dat we have raw talent over there,but no favourable platform to showcase them.we have touching dreams but no one seem to help us to actualise dis dream n majority die natural death.instead of throwing monies around where is not needed,pls lets look in ward n develop our nothern senetorial district,so we can have even representation in nigeria n d world @ large and also relieve u of d stres of pastering,blames,condemnation n unfavourable judgement.i apreciate ur concern on d youth n unemployment. ofcourse i don’t need to stres more on d repacaution of unemployed youths.there is d tendency of become sucesstible to crimes.and if utmost attention is not chanelled towards dis direction,no dat we are on the fast lane to failure,for instant in a statistic where 2people out 1o are wel to becomes aburden on those 2 bcos d 8 will b thier dependant.i know its not easy, lets see how we can strike a balance in d northern senetorial district.Tank u somuch am confident dat d God dat gave u dis vision,wil certainly help to achieve ur mission in jesus name,Amen.pls sir a request, am from Obanliku, a double ophan,i graduated since 2004,frm college of health tech, i studied community health n am licenced to work in any clinic or hospital in d federation.but its not bin in easy.i would have gone back to school for degree or even be gainfully employed so i can save money go to sch. n take of my younger ones.i actually survived through families,friends n welwishers.n they saw through secondary n tertiary.Enerstly i seek help frm u sir, to be gainfully employed into d federal service or scholarship for my degree programe.thanks for dis opportunity n i promise to remain grateful to you for what you doing.and d lord who sees in the secret will reward you in open,this is my prayer 4 you, remember d prayer of an ophan d
    lord answers. Tnx for the anticipated considerations.

  • I pray that may the lord help us in the state,becaus I cn’nt count the numbers of C R S childrens that ar here in lagos,doing nothing good in their lifes,rather than to waraant for nothing,if the GOVt of CRS cn provid minor jobs opportunity in the state I think the population of childrent travelin 2 lagos n insult the state will reduce,n solid security to monitor the movement of motors to lagos,I also thank the Govt for the Vacancy that is go on in the moment,may the lord bless the state n Govt.long life the Governor, I will beg u on behalf of ukelle peOple to please look opon us in ukelle North in yala LGA of the CRS,thank you and God bless you.

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