It is fake news, no recruitment at State House clinic - FG

It is fake news, no recruitment at State House clinic - FG

- The federal government has said it is not recruiting into the State House clinic inside Aso Rock as it's being reported in a section of the media

- Jalal Arabi asked Nigerians to ignore any notice of recruitment currently trending on the internet

- Arabi described the report as being sponsored by mischief makers planning to extort unsuspecting Nigerians

The federal government on Thursday, June 13, denied alleged reports that it was recruiting into the State House clinic inside Aso Rock, the seat of power in Abuja.

The permanent secretary of the State House, Jalal Arabi, urged the public “to ignore notices of recruitment at State House clinic currently making the rounds on the internet.”

According to the permanent secretary, the citizens of the country are advised to be more circumspect and wary of such notices.

He described the notice as designed by mischief makers to deceive and extort unsuspecting job seekers.

A statement by Attah Esa, the director of information at the State House clinic, Arabi assured that the sponsors of the publication would be investigated and prosecuted.

Legit.ng earlier reported that the Nigerian Navy said the service had not released list of successful candidates in its 2019 recruitment exercise.

Commodore Suleman Dahun, Navy spokesman, made this known in a statement on Monday, June 10, in Abuja.

He advised the public to steer clear of an online fake list of successful candidates in its 2019 recruitment Aptitude Test.

It was also reported how no fewer than 60,000 candidates on Saturday, June 15, sat for Computer Based Test (CBT) of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) recruitment exercise in the country.

Isa Inuwa, chief operating officer, corporate services, disclosed this to newsmen while monitoring some of the CBT centres in Abuja. He said that the exam was ongoing in about 94 centers in 22 states.

“This is fantastic, you can see everything is going on well. We have two centres here and you see the orderly way people are being screened for accreditation.

“What you see here is on going in about 94 centres in 22 states across the federation," he said.

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