PPPRA Recruitment Form 2019/2020 – Applications are open for interested and suitably qualified Nigerians for the Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) Recruitment 2019/2020 – www.pppra.gov.ng. All applicants should see how to apply for the Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) recruitment 2019/2020 below.
In this post, we will guide candidates who wish to participate in the Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) 2019 recruitment most especially those having issues with the PPPRA recruitment portal on how to apply successfully. We will guide you through the process, all you need to do is to follow the steps below:
About Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA)
The Government on the 14th August 2000 set up a 34 member Special Committee on the Review of Petroleum Products Supply and Distribution (SCRPPSD) drawn from various stakeholders and other interest groups to look into the problems of the downstream petroleum sector. With the acceptance of most of the recommendations of the report of SCRPPSD as contained in the Government white paper, a Presidential Technical Campaign Committee on liberalization of the downstream sector of the petroleum industry, headed by the then Special Assistant to the President on Petroleum and Energy matters now GMD (NNPC) Engr. Funsho. Kupolokun went into action to sensitize the Nigerian public on the need for deregulation and liberalization of the downstream sector. The result of that campaign which saw the Committee visiting State Governors, traditional rulers, various interest groups including labor was that deregulation and liberalization were the only viable options the Government could adopt to attract investments into the sector and to remove the recurrent and endemic problem plaguing the sector. The Committee (PPPRC) was inaugurated by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation. After a series of meetings with the stakeholders and the interest groups, the PPPRC recognized that pricing is a condition precedent for deregulation and liberalization. It, therefore, commenced a phased liberalization of the downstream sector by announcing the selling prices for PMS, AGO, and HHK at N 26, N26 and N 24 per liter respectively on January 1st, 2001. The consumption tax N 3.00 per liter of the product was abolished while the import duty of N 1.50 per liter was introduced. The sale of crude to NNPC at $9.50 per barrel was raised to $18.00 per barrel.
On 2nd July 2003, the import tax of N 1.50 per liter of products was removed to stabilize the selling prices earlier announced to encourage the importation of products by other marketers.
The bill for the establishment of the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency submitted by Mr. President on March 2001 to the National Assembly was finally passed by the Senate and the House of Representative on February 5th, 2003 and May 22nd, 2003 respectively. The President accented to the bill in May 2003 and inaugurated the board of the Agency on 19th June 2003.
PPPRA Recruitment Requirements
- Applicants must not be above 30 years.
- Interested and qualified candidates should visit www.pppra.gov.ng to apply for the vacant position.
- Applicants are to upload their Cv and Required Documents online.
- Applicants must maintain good grades in all results
- Applicants must be hardworking and obedience.
- Applicants must be a Nigerian citizen by birth.
- Applicants must provide a valid means of identification such as voter’s card, Drivers license or international passport.
How to Apply for PPPRA Recruitment 2019/2020
Note: The application process has not started, visit the official website regularly for updates.
Interested and suitably qualified candidates should to apply.