Nigeria: One-On-One With Graduate Truck Drivers

Most of the graduates who applied to work as truck drivers with the Dangote Group of Companies qualified as engineers, architects, chemists, mathematicians and NITT instructors quickly attempted to professionalise the Graduate Truck Driving Scheme with the alias of Logistics Assistants.

Nigeria: Graduates some of them are even MSC holders and others including PhD holders applied to beccome truck drivers (File Photo)

  • Nigeria:  One-On-One With Graduate Truck Drivers

    Daily Trust, 10 November 2012

    They are young. They are graduates. Some of them are even MSC holders, but, unlike many in their class, they are not looking for white collar jobs in air-conditioned offices. ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  One-On-One With Graduate Truck Drivers

    Daily Trust, 10 November 2012

    To differentiate the graduate truck drivers from the conventional trailer drivers, instructors at the Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria call them logistics ... read more »

Nigeria: Graduates some of them are even MSC holders, but, unlike many in their class, they are not looking for white collar jobs in air-conditioned offices rather, they applied, along with several others including PhD holders, and got the chance to become truck drivers for the Dangote Group.

  • Nigeria:  Hello, Dr Truck Driver (column)

    Leadership, 11 November 2012

    Alhaji Aliko Dangote has highlighted the shame of a nation. Nigeria's first billionaire and chairman of the Dangote Group recently confirmed that more than 13, 000 applicants ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Truck Driver, Ph.D (editorial)

    Vanguard, 7 November 2012

    PEOPLE shocked that doctorate degree holders are applying for jobs as truck drivers may not appreciate the extent of the unemployment situation. read more »

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