It stated thVacancy at job centres which shall be job at least one in every local government, will be used to gather data on the actual number of unemployed persons in Nigeria, adding that it was perfecting all requisite processes needed to actualise this.
Speaking during a panel discussion on Addressing Nigeria’s Unemployment Challenge job Vacancy at 48th Annual National Conference of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria in Abuja, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, Dr. Paul Adalikwu, stated the centres would address the lack of data for unemployed persons in Nigeria, as currently, no one seem to know the exact number of jobless people across the country.
He said, “For the first time in Nigeria that process is being perfected and precisely by the first quarter of next year we are going to have the processes put in place where unemployed graduates can register their data for proper planning and coordination across the country. So by the first quarter of next year we will have our job centres in all local governments in Nigeria.”
Explaining how the centres would work, Adalikwu said desk officers will be stationed job Vacancy at outfits to encourage unemployed graduates to come and register their data in order to boost planning.
He said the government will occasionally get and collate the data from all the centres and would adequately decide what to do with respect to job creation, adding thVacancy at development would help enhance computations on budgetary provisions for the creation of jobs in states.
The permanent secretary also stated thVacancy at government had increased skill acquisition centres and that this was in order to enhance the capacities of the unskilled and semi-skilled workforce in Nigeria.