Mr Daniel Oluwatobi, a Nigerian man who lost his sight while serving in the NYSC is now gainfully employed after being given automatic employment by INEC.
Oluwatobi served as an INEC ad-hoc staff during his NYSC days in Yobe state during the 2011 general elections, lost his sight n the process. He was soon contacted after the incident by the INEC and given employment.
The INEC called him up in June 2016 and offered him automatic employment.
In a recent post on Twitter INEC recalled the day Oluwatobi was offered employment in 2016. The INEC wrote: “#Memories
“INEC Chair, Prof. Yakubu (L) presents a Letter of Appointment to ex-NYSC member, Mr Daniel Oluwatobi, who lost his sight while serving as INEC ad-hoc staff in Yobe during the 2011 general elections, at NYSC HQ, Abuja in June 2016. Brig Gen Sule Kazaure, the DG was there”
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