FG Begins Training Beneficiaries Of NDE 774,000 SPW Jobs

If you applied and you were selected for the Federal Government 2021 National Directorate of Employment scheme for the employment of 774,000 Nigerians from the 774 local governments in Nigeria, there is good news for you. Read this article to the end to get full information about the start of basic business training for selected candidates.

Mr. Festus Keyamo, the Minister of Labour (State) has announced the commencement of Basic Business Training (BBT) for the beneficiaries for the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) 774, 000 jobs. We can confirm that the training was given a green light by President Muhammadu Buhari for the benefit of Nigerians.

The representative of the minister, Dr. Edward Nkwegu while speaking at the inauguration in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State capital, disclosed that 13, 000 volunteers from the 13 local government areas of the state were selected for the programme. Dr. Edward, who is also the Chairman of the Federal Government ESPW in the state disclosed that the numbers includes skilled and unskilled laborers in line with the directive by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment.

Speaking further, the chairman said the selected individuals have been taught practical works at designated sites across Ebonyi State between January and July 2021. The representative of the Director-General, national Directorate of Employment, David Apakasa lauded the Federal Government for its effort at tackling unemployment among Nigerian youths. He advised the youths to remain committed and support the Federal Government in its fight against unemployment in the country.

SPW Monthly Remuneration Payment

Beneficiaries on Federal Government Special Public Works (staff) monthly stipend backlog have been fully paid up to April and May 2021. While there have been little delays, the fact remains that all stipend accrue to all beneficiaries will be paid by the Federal Government.


If you have been waiting for this training, now you know that it is finally coming. You can visit NDE official website for more information at www.nde.gov.ng.

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