EXPOSED! UNIMAID Authorities Allegedly Selling Jobs for N1.5m

The authorities of the (UNIMAID) are allegedly selling job opportunities at the institution to prospective buyers at mind-boggling sums, according to .

Government contractors, it was also gathered, are the ones influencing the appointments apart from nominations from top public functionaries at federal and the state levels.

The job slots, according to sources are being sold for as much as 1.5 million Naira.

The sources, prefer anonymity, told that staff in the office of the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aliyu Shugaba and the Registrar, Tijjani Bukar are deeply involved in the sale of the employment letters.

One of the sources explained that the appointment letters issued to some of ‘beneficiaries’ mostly for non-academic jobs this month were backdated to 2018.

He said: “Some of the new recruits received their appointment letters on Friday, and by Sunday, they were enrolled into the , while several other staff have received their employment letter since 2020 at the , are yet to be enrolled.”

Attempts to speak to the UNIMAID Vice-Chancellor. Professor Shugaba were abortive as call and text messages sent to his phone were not responded to, reports.

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