IDOMAS KICK AS TIVS DOMINATE BENUE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL RECRUITS
Benue South Senatorial District residents are expressing frustration and disappointment over what they perceive as lopsided recruitment practices in the ongoing employment process at the Benue State University Teaching Hospital (BSUTH).
The controversy arose when the second batch of the recruitment list, released on Friday, revealed a complete absence of Idoma individuals, leading to accusations of marginalization and injustice.
Despite the initial announcement of recruitment opportunities for the entire state, the latest batch showed no representation from the Idoma ethnic group.
This has ignited serious debates and discontent among the Idoma people, who allege being sidelined despite their substantial electoral support in the last election.Reactions on social media have been swift and impassioned, with individuals sharing their thoughts on the perceived injustice.