Premier Recruitment Flags Off 68 Ugandans For Jobs In Qatar, Saudi Arabia

According to the recent statistics, the annual remittances from over 165,000 Ugandan migrant workers in the Middle East alone into the country had currently grown to over $700m. According to the recent statistics, the annual remittances from over 165,000 Ugandan migrant workers in the Middle East alone into the country had currently grown to over $700m.

Premier Recruitment Ltd has flagged off 29 male Ugandans to work as facility cleaners in Qatar and 39 young ladies to work as domestic workers in Riyadh – Saudi Arabia under the Saudi based prestigious Enaya Recruitment Agency respectively.

The 29 boys deployed to Qatar are the first group of a job order requiring 80 Ugandans to work as cleaners under Acciona Facility Company and the ladies deployed in Saudi Arabia are part of the group of over 200 that were about to leave the country before being stopped by the COVID19 travel ban.

The workers have in the past three weeks been undergoing thorough training and document processing.

Premier Recruitment PR and Marketing Manager Amon Baita noted that the labor externalization sector is now fully open after going through the almost year-long suspension due to COVID19 precautionary measures to stop the spread of the virus.

“The Covid lockdown and suspension gave us time to reflect and learn mistakes that are in the industry. This has made us organize ourselves better and build structures and policies that will ensure better and timely service delivery to our customers with high levels of integrity, honesty and transparent manner with a focus on big image and brand,” Baita noted.

The company has since the resumption of business a few months back been able to secure jobs for over 100 cleaners, over 100 electrical and mechanical technicians, plumbers, carpenters and painters to work in Doha, Qatar.

“We are unveiling a big job order for over 600 Ugandans soon to work as Airport workers in Dubai under Fly Emirates airlines. We have interviews going on for different job orders including cleaners, painters and technicians, especially to Qatar.

We have pending job orders for over 100 taxi drivers in Abu-Dhabi and over 50 nurses to work in Saudi Arabia as bedside nurses whose interviews we plan to communicate soon,” Baita revealed.

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