Oyo CSDA Dissociates, Debunks Alleged Publications of Job Recruitment

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Oyo State Community and Social Development Agency (CSDA) has debunked the publication and dissociated itself from an online link on an Ongoing Job Recruitment for the Agency.

The Board Chairman, Honourable Babatunde Eesuola in a statement issued in Ibadan said the Oyo State Government established Community and Social Development Agency through the State Act of Parliament in 2008 with the responsibility of implementing the World Bank Assisted Community and Social Development Project (CSDP).

He noted that all applications inviting from suitable qualified candidates from the State Public Service or Private Sector to fill the vacancies will strictly be submitted to the Office of the chairman of the Agency (18, Osuntokun Bodija Ibadan) not through any online link and at no cost.

The Chairman insisted that His Excellency, Engineer Seyi Makinde, the People’s Governor will never ask anyone to submit applications through an online link.

Hon. Eesuola noted that the link and the sponsor is fake and fraudulent, advising intending applicant to beware of fraudsters.

He also stated that the state government will not hesitate to ensure the arrest and prosecution of such persons impersonating the Agency.

The statement added that the process of recruiting the right candidate will be fair and will only be based on merit as required by the law that established the agency.

He also urged members of the public to grab a copy of the two advertorials used on Tuesday 17th of Nov. (Tribune pg-5 and The Nation pg-29) to inform the public on the latest decision.

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