The programme was aimed at resolving employment related issues by bridging the gap between employers and employees.
The Chairman, Eko Job Foundation, Folajimi Mohammed, who disclosed this at the launch of the initiative in Lago recently, said if there was an employment opportunity for about 10 slots, they are hoping for about three through the ministry of job creation from corporate institutions.
He said the programme was a private limited company that has gotten a concession from the Lagos State Ministry on job creation, in order for it to provide job centres which would tackle the issues of unemployment within the state.
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