Recruitment: Navy releases list of successful candidates

Recruitment: Navy releases list of successful candidates

- The Nigerian Navy has released the list of successful candidates in the 2019 recruitment interview held in Lagos between July 29 and August 27

- The successful candidates would report for training in two batches at the Nigerian Navy Basic Training School (NNBTS) Onne, Port Harcourt, Rivers

- Candidates who report four days after the indicated dates would not be allowed into the training premises

The Nigerian Navy has released the list of successful candidates in the 2019 recruitment interview held in Lagos between July 29 and August 27.

Navy director of information, Commodore Suleman Dahun, announced this in a statement on Thursday, October 10 in Abuja, adding that the list could be accessed online at www.joinnigeriannavy.com.

Legit.ng gathers that Dahun said the successful candidates would report for training in two batches at the Nigerian Navy Basic Training School (NNBTS) Onne, Port Harcourt, Rivers.

He added that NNBTS Batch 29 A would report on October 18, while NNBTS Batch 29 B would report to camp on May 8, 2020.

He directed the shortlisted candidates to report to camp with two navy blue PT shorts, two white round neck vests, one pair of white canvas, and one pair of brown canvas.

He listed others items as: two pairs of black trousers, two white long sleeve shirts, two black ties, one pair of black shoe and three pairs of white long socks.

“The candidates are also to come with one pair of national dress, originals and photocopies of credentials, BVN print out and one set of cutlery,” he said.

He warned that candidates who report four days after the indicated dates would not be allowed into the training premises.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Nigerian Navy on Wednesday, October 2, announced that it has started the recruitment exercise of Higher Diploma (HND) holders and degree graduates for the Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) category.

In a statement by Commodore Suleman, all those interested in applying must be citizens of the country by birth, have at least second class upper division for degree holders and upper credit for those with HND certification.

The force also gave more conditions for application, saying that male applicant must not have a height shorter than the required 1.68 metres and their female contemporary must not be below 1.65 meters.

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