This research study concerns recruitment and selection practices in parastatal bodies. Parastatal bodies are established statutorily under the aegis of Ministries/Departments as executive arms of Government with specific goals and objectives. They act as instruments of public policy for promoting economic and social development and other national objectives. Their scope of operation encompasses infrastructural, industrial, agricultural, commercial, cultural and social sectors.

Each parastatal body is managed by a statutory board which sets the policies and direction of its operations. The executive arm is responsible for the execution of policy decisions and day-to-day management of the organisation.

The report is structured into three chapters as follows:

  • Chapter One: Introduction
  • Chapter Two: Findings and Analysis
  • Chapter Three: Recommendations

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