FUOYE Warns Against Fake Recruitment Advert

Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE) Vice-Chancellor has warned the public against fake recruitment adverts circulating on social media.

FUOYE Warns Against Fake Recruitment Advert

Vice-Chancellor, Federal University, Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), Prof. Abayomi Fasina, advised members of the public to disregard the announcement of the purported move by the institution to recruit both academic and non-academic staffers.

Fasina, in a statement co-signed by FUOYE’s Public Relations Officer, Foludo Ogunmodede and his Special Adviser on Media Matters, Wole Balogun, in Oye-Ekiti, described the advertisement of job vacancies on social media as fake.

The vice-chancellor described the purported vacancy advert as the handiwork of fraudsters.

The statement read, “The attention of the management of FUOYE has been drawn to a fake announcement that the university is currently recruiting to fill academic and non-academic vacancies.

The fake announcement, which was created to defraud members of the public, has gone viral on social media. You would recall that FUOYE VC has warned against this same fake news in May this year when the fake advert circulated on social media.

“FUOYE is currently not recruiting, and whenever the need arises for the announcement of the authentic recruitment exercise, it will be made known through several reputable channels of communication, such as print and electronic media, not just on the social media alone.

We wish to categorically state that the said announcement is fake, and it is the handiwork of fraudulent people who are determined to tarnish the good image of our upwardly mobile citadel of learning.

The statement advised members of the public to always endeavour to contact the institution directly and also put calls through to the appropriate channels to confirm such information in the future before attempting to access them.

In this age of social media, many people are devising several fraudulent means to defraud innocent members of the public.

“Members of the public, especially our youths seeking gainful employment, are urged to ignore the announcement currently spreading on social media, in their own interest,” it said.