Hon. Minister of Labour and Employment Hon. Chris Ngige was in the Commission recently
FCC paid courtesy visit to Minister of Information & Culture Alhaji Lai Mohammed
MDAs NATIONWIDE TRAINING ON THE FCC ONLINE NOMINAL ROLL SUBMISSION, PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS PORTAL: Online Registration Opens up on 8th - 30th November, 2017
FCC paid courtesy visit to Executive Vice Chairman of Nigerian Communication Commission, Prof Umar Garba Danbatta.
EFCC Chairman Mr. Ibrahim Mustafa Magu was in the Commission on courtesy call to Executive Chairman.
FCC visited Perm Sec, Ministry of Budget & National Planning to discuss on the 2nd mandate of @fccnigeria
We want to refocus the @fccnigeria to look at more development issues, ensure fair and equitable distribution of socio-economic activities.
Building synergy, collaboration and partnership with relevant actors is key to achieving @fccnigeria constitutional 1 and 2
MDAs Desk Officers of FCC would begin training on online Data submission in October, to November 2017.
MDAs are requested to submit 2016 Staff List
The Federal Character Commission (FCC) is a Federal Executive body established by Act No 34 of 1996 to implement and enforce the Federal Character Principle of fairness and equity in the distribution of public posts and socio-economic infrastructures among the various federating units of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The provisions of the 1999 Constitution in Sections 14 and 153 consolidated the establishment of the FCC for operation in a democratic system of Government.
Achieving sustainable national consciouness to which all Citizens can subscribe with conviction.
Chanelling public investments towards sustainable development.
To enforce the Federal Character Principles which is aimed at ensuring fair and equitable distribution of posts and socio-economic amenities, infrastructural facilities amongst the Federating units nationwide.
FCC Now to monitor recruitment exercise:
Since inception in 1996, the Federal Character Commission (FCC) saddled itself with observing recruitment exercise to allow MDAs willingly apply the approved guidelines and formulae in the staff distribution amongst the States of the Federation. This observer status has to large extent prevented officials of the Commission to interfere in the proceeding of the exercise even when the wrong things were observed to be done ab initio. It is in the realisation of this fact, that the Plenary of the Commission at its 231st session held on Wednesday 13th August, 2014.