The Dangote Refinery has debunked a purported recruitment drive at the refinery, saying it is a scam.
Naija News reports that social media has been awash with news that Dangote was recruiting young Nigerian engineers into the refinery.
In the letter, written with the company’s official letterhead and addressed to the general public, the Dangote Group allegedly asked Nigerians to forward the names of young engineers to work at the refinery.
The letter also attached a link via which candidates could send in their application letters.
However, in an interview with Legit, the spokesman for the Dangote Group, Tony Chiejine, revealed that no such employment drive was going on at the refinery.
Chiejine said the viral recruitment letter should be disregarded, adding they have an official channel for sending public messages.
He also warned Nigerians to be wary of unscrupulous people who prey on the public’s ignorance and exploit desperate unemployed persons.
He said, “You know people can clone websites these days and make them look like the authentic ones. Please, people should disregard the letter. We have our official channel of sending information to the public”
Why I Stopped Working In Dangote’s Factory
Meanwhile, Popular Nigerian singer, Bella Shmurda has disclosed the reason he stopped working in Dangote’s noodles factory in Lagos.
The singer stated that a tragic incident led to him leaving the company.
He disclosed that the death of one of his colleagues, who fell from the roof of the company’s building into steaming industrial oil, made him quit the job instantly.
Shmurda opened up on the tragic incident during a recent interview with Cool FM Nigeria.
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