Ondo Lawmakers Query OSRVC Chairman For Asking Applicants To Pay For Job Application


Ondo State House of Assembly

 

Chairman of Ondo State Radio Vision Corporation, Mr Kunle Adebayo, was on Monday summoned by lawmakers of a state’s House of Assembly over a ongoing recruitment practice into a media establishment.

This followed an advertorial by a supervision of OSRVC final Friday on a website seeking field to compensate N3000 any before requesting for a job.

The advertorial had generated reactions generally with critics doubt a ground behind a move.

Chairman, House Committee on Information, Gbenga Omole, frowned during a income charged from impending pursuit field by a supervision of a radio station.

Omole asked a supervision of a hire to revoke a volume charged to N1000 per applicant.

A source, who was during a meeting, told SaharaReporters that, “Adebayo told us during a assembly that OSRVC doesn’t take subsidy from a supervision other than salaries and supports to buy petrol or diesel into generator.

“Part of a excuses for seeking for a N3000 from field was for logistics associated to a talk exercise.

“Though a lawmakers frowned during a initiative, they asked that a volume charged be reduced to N1000.”