The National Petroleum Corporation of Nigeria (NNPC) explained the employment base and career development of state-owned oil companies using the recent “trainee” employment process and top management promotion as an example.
This is proposed in the context of recent criticisms of management appointments and positions, nepotism, partiality and lack of federalism.
In a press statement signed by Dr. Kennie Obateru, general manager of the National Productivity Commission ’s Public Affairs Department, the state ’s National Productivity Commission revealed that academic capabilities and the application of federalism are key to employment and management One of the considerations. The statement said in several parts:
“The impeccable academic ability, logical thinking, effective problem-solving ability and the characteristics of the federal government are the keys to becoming a company employee.
Obateru said that the end product of rigorous training is new employees, and they have shown great hopes since the onboarding program that began this month. Including exchanges with NNPC’s group managing director Mallam Mele Kyari and the company’s senior management.
An NNPC spokesperson said the fairness of appointing new employees has made many new employees surprised that they have found a job at National Petroleum without any godfather.