No fewer than 60,000 candidates on Saturday sat for the Pc Primarily based Take a look at (CBT) of the Nigerian Nationwide Petroleum Company (NNPC) recruitment train throughout the nation.
Mr Isaiah Inuwa, Chief Working Officer Company Providers, disclosed this to newsmen whereas monitoring among the CBT centres in Abuja, NAN studies.
He stated that the examination was ongoing in about 94 facilities in 22 states.
“That is unbelievable, you’ll be able to see every thing is happening properly. We’ve two centres right here and also you see the orderly means individuals are being screened for accreditation.
“What you see right here is on stepping into about 94 centres in 22 states throughout the federation.
“That is one other means the company is displaying transparency in finishing up its actions and this has additionally given Nigerians the chance to carry their leaders accountable.
“All the candidates are scheduled with time. Some 8am, some 9am and the questions are not the same because they are computer generated,” he stated.
He stated that the company in collaboration with some establishments labored collectively to make sure the success of the programme.
NAN noticed that on the varied centres, whereas some had completed the check, others have been ready whereas some have been being accredited.
A number of the the candidates, who spoke to NAN, stated that the method had been clear to date.
Mr Nkwouh Charles, a candidate at Sanscon Worldwide Faculty heart in Maitama, stated: “The method was easy, we have been recognized and given accreditation. There was no confusion right here and so they began in good time.
“I wrote for graduate category and I am just coming out from the exam hall. I am very hopeful,” he stated.
Mr Abraham Joshua, at JC Finest Worldwide Faculty centre Life camp, stated that aside from not beginning in good time, acreditation was quick and okay.
“I counseled the NNPC for this, that is the primary time I’ve been invited for an interview since I’ve been making use of for jobs.
“I have no idea anyone however quick itemizing me within the first place gave me hope that this course of will work.
“I believe that since I have gotten to this stage that I will be successful. I am very hopeful,” he added.
However Mr Tunji Ade, on the identical centre who was supposed to put in writing at 10am however as at 11.30am had not gotten accreditation, frowned on the delay.
“No person had advised us something however I learnt that they didn’t begin early right here.
“I will wait until it is my turn but I am not happy with the delay in time,” he stated.
Armed safety personnel have been current on the varied centres visited inside the FCT.