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Newly Recruited NNPC Graduate Trainees Assume Duty Monday

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The more than 1,000 graduate trainees recently recruited by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) are to assume duty on Monday 4 May 2020, a statement released by the corporation’s Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division, Dr Kennie Obateru, stated.

The Graduate trainees are to assume duty first, virtually while the corporation monitors the COVID -19 situation and the Federal Government’s directives to determine a date of physical assumption of duty.

The release said the option of virtual assumption of duty was necessitated by the need to comply with extant protocol on social distancing and reduced number of people in the workplace, among other measures that have been introduced by the government as a result of the pandemic.

The NNPC spokesman said the trainees had completed online documentation and will commence virtual onboarding on Monday.

The release said the Group Managing Director of the corporation, Mallam Mele Kyari, was excited about the assumption of duty of the graduate trainees, saying they are part of the succession plan to assure the future of NNPC.

Mallam Kyari congratulated the successful graduate trainees being brought onboard the NNPC system, adding that much was expected of them.

The assumption of duty of the graduate trainees marks the successful completion of the 2019/2020 recruitment exercise.

The release stated that in pursuance of excellence, NNPC as an equal opportunity employer with business interests across the Oil & Gas Industry value chain will continue to recruit the best hands in order to buoy its operations nationwide.
30th April, 2020.

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