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Obaseki’s reforms: Edo includes banking, finance degree holders in scheme of service

BENIN CITY – The Edo State Government has announced the inclusion of degrees in Banking and Finance (BSC) in the state’s scheme of service.

The Edo State Head of Service, Anthony Okungbowa Esq., in a circular letter with reference number CA/VOL.11/T/257, said Serving Officers with degrees in Banking and Finance are now to be considered for the various cadres while candidates with the same degrees are also to be considered for employment.

He said the inclusion of the degree holders in the scheme of service is for Procurement Officer, Commercial Officer and Investment Officer Cadres.

Okungbowa noted: “The Edo State Government has announced the inclusion of degrees in Banking and Finance (BSC) in the scheme of service for the following cadres: Procurement Officer Cadre, Commercial Officer Cadre and Investment Officer Cadre.

“This according to the Edo State Head of Service, Anthony Okungbowa Esq., in a Circular Letter with reference number CA/VOL.11/T/257, sequel to the approval given by the National Council on Establishment to a memorandum sponsored by the Edo State Government at the 42nd Council meeting which held between Monday, 30th November and Friday 4th December, 2020 in Lagos.”

“Serving Officers with degrees in Banking and Finance from recognised Institutions are now to be considered for the cadres above while candidates with the same degrees are also to be considered for employment into the said cadres,” he added.

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