- The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) warns prospective applicants not to give out money to anyone with the aim of securing employment
- The NAF asks those with vital information concerning suspected fraudsters to report to the nearest police stations
- The security agency releases phone lines which prospective applicants can call to report suspected fraudsters
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) on Friday, June 14, declared that its recruitment exercise is free of any charge from prospective applicants.
NAF also released phone lines including 09064432351, 09055840142, and 08053440802 for the reporting of any suspected criminal who tries to extort the applicants.
A statement by the security organisation, through Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, director of public relations information, said: “Some unscrupulous individuals are extorting money from unsuspecting applicants/candidates under the false impression that they can guarantee their eventual recruitment into the service in the ongoing 2019 NAF trades/non-trades men and women recruitment exercise.”
The NAF reiterated that the entire recruitment process is ‘completely free of charge’ executed in an equitable and transparent manner.
It warned the public and especially applicants not to have any financial dealings with anyone as a guarantee for the recruitment into the service.
The security agency said it was working to apprehend the perpetrators of the illegal activities.
It also advised applicants who are solicited to make any payments to promptly report to the nearest NAF unit or the Nigeria police post.
Legit.ng earlier reported that the Nigerian Navy recently 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.
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