List of FGN recruitment for 2020/2021

Federal government recruitment

Federal Government recruitment into different agencies, ministries, and parastatals nationwide.

All qualified candidates applying for the Federal Government Recruitment should visit the right Federal Government Recruitment website to avoid fraud and fill the form appropriately.

Here are some of the on-going recruitment:

NHIS Recruitment 2020/2021. Application form portal: Apply here: nhis.gov.ng

FRSC Recruitment 2020/2021. Application form portal: fedcivilservice.gov.ng

Nigeria police recruitment 2020/2021. Application form portal: policerecruitment

Nigeria air force recruitment 2020/2021. Application form portal: airforce.mil.ng

DPR recruitment 2020/2021. Application form portal: dpr.gov.ng

NDE Recruitment 2020/2021. Application form portal: nde.gov.ng

Nigeria army recruitment 2020/2021. Application form portal: nigeriarmyrecruitment

You will constantly need to follow up on their recruitment process and visit their websites for guidelines.

In other news:

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has signed the 2020 revised budget of 10.8 trillion into law.

The National Assembly in June passed a revised budget for 2020 as Nigeria handles the new coronavirus pandemic and a sharp fall in the cost of oil – Nigeria’s greatest wellspring of income from export.

The budget, which was proposed by the national assembly looked to diminish Nigeria’s 2020 budget from N10.6 trillion to N10.5 trillion, was, in any case, increased by the officials.

The budget was increased to N10.8 billion, higher than the underlying affirmed budget in December 2019.

The review of the budget was required due to the effect of the COVID-19 which has antagonistically influenced the oil cost and, by augmentation, the income projections of the government.

From the revised budget, N422 billion was earmarked for statutory transfers, while N4.9 trillion was for recurrent expenditure.

Capital expenditure will take N2.4 trillion and N2.9 trillion, about a quarter of the budget, will be used to service debt.

N500 billion was earmarked as intervention funds for the fight against COVID-19, while the health sector got N186 billion allocation.

The budget assumes oil production at 1.9 million barrels per day (bpd). Oil prices have recovered from a 20-year low of just under $16 per barrel hit in March

Nonetheless, Nigeria has likewise consented to constrain its oil yield to 1.412 million bpd as a feature of an arrangement with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and different makers. That understanding was stretched out through the finish of July.