- Recruitment into the Nigerian Navy for the year 2019 has began
- The Nigerian Navy has also called on interested members of the public are requested to apply online
- According to the Nigerian Navy applicants are also advised not to give any form of gratification to any person or groups to assist them in the recruitment
The Nigerian Navy says it has commenced the recruitment of interested Nigerians into the service for the year 2019.
The Navy Director of Information, Commodore Suleman Dahun, announced this in a statement on Sunday, January 29, in Abuja.
He said interested members of the public are requested to apply online at www.joinnigeriannavy.com .
Dahun said applicants must possess a minimum of five credits in not more than two sittings in WASCE/SSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB (English and Mathematics inclusive).
He said applicants should be between the ages of 18 - 22 years or 24 - 26 years for those with ND, NCE, Nursing and Motor Transport Department (MTD) respectively.
”Applicants with higher qualifications other than those specified in the guidelines should not apply.
”Furthermore, applicants must be single and of Nigerian origin by birth. The required height is 1.7m for males and 1.67m for females,” he said.
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He advised applicants not to give any form of gratification to any person or groups to assist them in the recruitment.
”Importantly, applicants are advised in their own interest not to give any form of gratification or inducement to any person or group of persons to assist them in the recruitment exercise.
”Any applicant who falsifies or forges his/her documents and is discovered at any time will be handed over to the police for prosecution,” the spokesman warned.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the federal government has disclosed plans to recruit 5,000 unemployed Nigerians in the federal capital territory under the Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria (BRISIN) scheme.
Anthony Uwa, the head of BRISIN implementation in Nigeria, on Sunday, September 16, in Abuja that more Nigerians would be recruited after the pilot phase.
Uwa said the system aimed at bringing developmental and economic growth in the country through the use of data collection of people and other relevant information.