This news wouldn't have come in a better time than now since there are a lot of teeming unemployed youth out there who were eagerly waiting for such an opportunity.
This recruitment into the security services has become a headache to politicians, particularly Members of Parliament, as their constituents are on their necks seeking special favors "protocols" to get recruited.
One of such politicians facing this headache as a result of these security recruitments is the Member of Parliament for the South Dayi Constituency, Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor. According to a post he tweeted on Twitter, he hasn't been able to sleep since the recruitment into the security services was announced.
He indicated that every young man, educated or not, believes that there is a protocol path for them to be recruited, and every explanation he has given to them has proven futile.
Dafeamekpor stated that Chiefs, Pastors, Teachers, Family, and party people believe he has the power to get them recruited into the security services.
He wondered how we got to this point as a country and asked God to help us all.
Below is a screenshot of his tweet;
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