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The Agricultural produce sellers Association of Nigeria recruitment portal

APSAN is seeking to recruit about 3,870 people that are citizens of Nigeria into its workforce.

The essence of these additional workforces is to fight substandard agro produce in Nigeria.

So the organization recruitment portal has been opened now for eligible Nigerians.

This information was made available by the organization national president in Abuja. Comrade Aloys Akortsaha,

Agricultural produce sellers Association

The national president of Agricultural produce sellers association of Nigeria stated that those eligible are all Nigeria youths that have at least 0’level qualification and they can begin to apply.

Agricultural produce sellers Association of Nigeria (APSAN) recruitment

The Agricultural produce sellers Association of Nigeria (APSAN) is an organization in Nigeria headquarter in Abuja.

The organization is responsible for produce sellers in the country.

The organization seeks to promote agripreneurship in Nigeria. The corporation is in partnership with the government and they are out to care not only for its member but for the nation at large.

The mission of APSAN is to be an efficient national organization and it seeks to cater for the socio-economic well-being of its members

The vision of the organization is for boosting improvements in service delivery and productivity which is for the benefits of the members and the country, Nigeria .

The Corporation of recent is seeking to recruit some Nigerians into its workforce. This article is here to give the accurate information on the recruitment exercise of the organization. Get all the information below.

APSAN Recruitment

The fact is that achieving food safety in Nigeria has been a huge struggle; this has been discovered through the statistics taken over the years.

It shows that over 150,000 people in the country die yearly via sicknesses emanating from bad food intake.

As stated by the national president the recruitment is aimed at getting at least 5 people from each local government area in all the states of the federation.

With the employment of these people to oversee the affairs of produce sellers, it will help the organization to quickly do away with unsafe and contaminated food which has been classified as substandard agricultural foods in Nigeria.

The Agricultural produce sellers Association of Nigeria recruitment is carried out in conjunction with the SON (Standard organization of Nigeria.

The essence of this collaboration is also aimed at boosting the federal government’s policy of Zero respect in the agro produce exports.

Agricultural produce sellers Association of Nigeria recruitment portal

The APSAN portal has been launched . It can be accessed on www.apsanonline.com.ng. This portal is expected to be open for about a month to receive applications from qualified applicants

Post-application exercise for The Agricultural produces sellers Association of Nigeria recruitment

When once the candidate applications have been processed, the eligible ones will be shortlisted to undergo training by the standard organization of Nigeria.

To enroll for the free training one will need to login into www.apsanonline.ng.com. Then fill the form with the first name, last name, email address, phone number, and state of origin and date of birth. The benefits of the this training includes

  • Becoming a member of the taskforce for The Agricultural produce sellers Association of Nigeria
  • One will be trained and be equipped by the standard organization of Nigeria
  • One will be trained and equipped by FCCPC (federal competition and consumer protection commission)
  • There will be collaboration with law enforcement agencies to fight illegal check points on Nigerian roads
  • There will be collaboration with FCCPC and SON to fight and do away with substandard and fake products
  • Will be able to assist in fighting multiple taxes

Thereafter, they will be then be posted to start working with security agencies that are available in the local governments.

Their duties will include educating the farmers on the dangers of selling unsafe agro products, they will also investigate and inspect the agro food processing and agro manufacturing outlet in Nigeria.

If there are defaulters in all of these they would report them to either standard organization of Nigeria (son) or to national agency for food and drugs abuse administration and control (NAFDAC)

So the bottom-line is that eligible applicants of Nigeria should apply for the job as a good way of contributing their quota to the national development and keeping agro products safe for consumption.

Conclusion

There have been the issues of unsafe products around the world, which has made the world health organization to formulate 5 key requirements that will boost food safety across the world.

But this hasn’t been easy for Nigeria as the statistics keep rising each year for death occurring due to food borne diseases.

So this has made the Agricultural produce sellers Association of Nigeria to take up this mantle to stamp out substandard and unsafe foods.

The organization needs more hands to help. So it has once again opened its employment portal on their official website for new applicants.

Ikechukwu Youwin

this articles was written by ikechukwu for youwin.org.ng, Ikechukwu is a University graduate, he holds a degree in Economics from the University of Nigerian Nsuka (UNN).Read more

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