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Central Bank of Nigeria, Jos
Central Bank of Nigeria, Jos

Central Bank of Nigeria, Jos

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History of Central Bank of Nigeria, Jos Central Bank of Nigeria, Jos. This is the sole branch of the CBN in Plateau State. It is responsible for the effective, efficient and transparent implementation of monetary and exchange rate policy and management of the Nigerian financial sector. Security/Safety of Central Bank of Nigeria, Jos This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Central Bank of Nigeria, Jos, here are some helpful things to take along with you: ID Card Best Features This is where all financial decisions concerning the country are carried out, at least in the State level. Most common visitors Merchants and representatives of financial institutions are the type of people you are sure to meet here.

Plateau State NYSC Secretariat
Plateau State NYSC Secretariat

Plateau State NYSC Secretariat

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Plateau

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History of Plateau State NYSC Secretariat Plateau State NYSC Secretariat was established. This is the administrative office of the National Youth Service Corps in Plateau. It oversees the welfare, documentation and the general affairs of youth corpers in the state. Security/Safety of Plateau State NYSC Secretariat This is a very safe location. Always come in your NYSC uniform or you won't be attended to What To Bring Before heading to Plateau State NYSC Secretariat, here are some helpful things to take along with you: All documents regarding NYSC including; Call-up letter, Registration documents, School's Certificate, Green Card and Student ID Card Copies of Passport Photographs Your NYSC ID Card Best Features While there are secretariats in all local governments in the state, this is the headquarters and so houses the State Coordinator, along with other high ranking state officials. It is here to report to after your 21 days at the Orientation Camp to get assigned to your Place of Primary Assignment (PPA). Weekly Community Development Service (CDS) are also held here, along with the NYSC sponsored Skills Acquisition Entrepreneurship Development program. This is also where to go if you have inquiries about the NYSC scheme in Plateau State. Writer's Review As long as you are fully kitted in your NYSC uniform, you have no fear of being turned away. Different people have different tales of how they interacted with the officials and staff but I have found that a smile, knowledge of the local language, and an appealing face helps for a positive interaction. It will be wise to befriend one of the staff as you never know when an inside-ear will be needed. Most common visitors You will see a lot of Corps members, NYSC staff, SAED Instructors and hawkers here.

Plateau State Government Secretariat
Plateau State Government Secretariat

Plateau State Government Secretariat

Government Building

Plateau

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History of Plateau State Government Secretariat Plateau State Government Secretariat was built in 1967. Built by the Plateau State Government in 1967. This is the permanent administrative office of the Plateau State Government. Here, all state agencies and parastatals are quartered. As such, this is one of the most important place in the state. Security/Safety of Plateau State Government Secretariat This is a very safe location. strict adherence to traffic rules Unnecessary wandering is highly frowned at in and around this place. However, visitors must be absolutely sure of where they are going to avoid the prospect of loitering. What To Bring Before heading to Plateau State Government Secretariat, here are some helpful things to take along with you: A means of identification. Writer's Review Many, if not all government ministries and agencies operate from this imposing complex. If you have any business with the government, you will most likely find yourself here. Most common visitors Top government officials, civil servants, journalists