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The administration of Engineer Seyi Makinde in Oyo state has taken its recruitment exercise to another level as he said that Government will conduct a Computer Based Tests, (CBT), within the 1st ten days of January, 2020 for over 7000 applicants who fulfilled necessary requirement for various posts in the state secondary health care.
This was made known by the state Commissioner for Health, Dr. Bashir Bello while speaking on the recruitment exercise.
Dr. Bello noted that over fourteen thousand job seekers applied in the state health sector but were shortlisted to seven thousand.
The Commissioner made it known that only 533 experts would be employed, noting that the qualified applicants would be notified on or before January 4, 2020.
Speaking on reasons why the screening exercise was delayed, the Commissioner noted that the enormous number of the applicants poised a major challenge to the resource at hand.
Dr. Bashir buttressed that the exercise was necessary in order to fill the gap created by the shortage of medical personnel in the state government hospitals as a result of retirement of large number of workers.

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