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Nigerian Navy raises alarm over recruitment fraud

Nigerian Navy raises alarm over recruitment fraud

- The Nigerian Navy has cautioned prospective applicants for its 2018 Direct Short Service Commission

- The Navy asked them to be wary of activities of fraudsters demanding money to facilitate their enlistment into the service

- Commodore Ayo Olugbode, the director of information, Nigerian Navy, gave the warning in a statement

The Nigerian Navy has cautioned prospective applicants for its 2018 Direct Short Service Commission to be wary of activities of fraudsters demanding money to facilitate their enlistment into the service.

Commodore Ayo Olugbode, the director of information, Nigerian Navy, gave the warning in a statement sent to Legit.ng on Tuesday, October 9.

He advised the applicants not to have any dealings with anyone who demands money as a guarantee for enlistment into the Nigerian Navy.

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Olugbode noted that enlistment and selection process into the Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission is free and without any form of gratification.

He said prospective applicants are to access the guidelines for the Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission enlistment on the Nigerian Navy Enlistment Portal, www.joinnigeriannavy.com.

According to him, the portal opened on Wednesday, October 3, “for interested candidates to apply online.”

“Applicants are to call 08062090473 and 08033063694 between 0800 and 1700 hours only or email nners@outlook.com for technical support,” the statement informed.

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Meanwhile, an illegal maritime institution, Merchant Seaman Academy, has been sealed by the Nigerian Navy Ship Jubilee, Ikot Abasi, Akwa Ibom state.

Four persons including the school's proprietor, Adams Pius, has been arrested.

The school, which is situated in Essien Udim local government area of the state, resumed academics activities in 2016 after its activities were stopped in 2013.

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