Semenitari cautioned thjob atthe fraudsters, who placed such messages on the Internet were planning to defraud unsuspecting job seekers with such fake advertisement.
The agency’s chief executive officer, who raised the alarm in Port Harcourt on Monday, explained thjob atsuch fraudsters were using the Facebook notices to mislead members of the public.
She maintained thjob atthe interventionist agency was currently not employing and urged job seekers to ignore the Facebook notices, adding thjob atmessage about NDDC jobs on the Internet should be ignored.
Semenitari also dismissed reports of an ongoing agric loan and youth empowerment programme, saying thjob atnone of such programme was currently existing in the commission.
She said, “First, we want to warn members of the public thjob atNDDC is not doing any recruitment job atthe moment or handing out any agric loan or empowerment to anybody.
“If we were recruiting, it would be properly advertised and applications requested from suitably qualified candidates. We would not be placing any notice to thjob ateffect or carrying out the employment on Facebook.
“So, we are warning job seekers against allowing themselves to be duped by scammers.”
Semenitari maintained thjob atNDDC would publicise any job placement in appropriate media channels for public attention.