Recruitment: Nigerian Air Force publishes list of successful candidates

Recruitment: Nigerian Air Force publishes list of successful candidates

The Nigerian Air Force has released the names of candidates who were successful in the 2019 Nigerian Air Force direct regular commission and direct short service commission medical special enlistment interview.

The list which was released on Thursday, January 23, was signed by Air Vice-Marshal Mahmoud El-haji Ahmed on the behalf of the chief of air staff.

The candidates were requested to report for training at Nigerian Air Force base Kawo Kaduna on Saturday, 8 February 2020.

The candidates are to report with the following for the training:

A) Original Credentials.

B) 2 White T-Shirts.

C) 2 Blue PT Shorts.

D) 2 Pairs of White Canvas.

E) 3 Pairs of White Socks.

F) 2 Pairs of Mufti Dress.

G) 2 White Shirts.

Below are the names of all the successful candidates as released by the Nigerian Air Force:

The Nigerian Air Force releases names of successful candidates (see list)

List of successful candidates for 2019 NAF DRC/DSSC
Source: UGC

The Nigerian Air Force releases names of successful candidates (see list)

List of successful candidates for 2019 NAF DRC/DSSC
Source: UGC

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The Nigerian Air Force releases names of successful candidates (see list)

List of successful candidates for 2019 NAF DRC/DSSC
Source: UGC

The Nigerian Air Force releases names of successful candidates (see list)

List of successful candidates for 2019 NAF DRC/DSSC
Source: UGC

The Nigerian Air Force releases names of successful candidates (see list)

List of successful candidates for 2019 NAF DRC/DSSC
Source: UGC

The Nigerian Air Force releases names of successful candidates (see list)

List of successful candidates for 2019 NAF DRC/DSSC
Source: UGC

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The Nigerian Air Force releases names of successful candidates (see list)

List of successful candidates for 2019 NAF DRC/DSSC
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has sent a special message to job seekers and those willing to join the body to know that it is not carrying out any recruitment currently.

NAF said this in a statement signed by Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, its spokesperson, on Wednesday, January 22.

The statement obtained by Legit.ng called on Nigerians to be aware of the activities of fraudsters parading themselves capable of recruiting people into the force.

According to the statement, these fraudsters collect money from the unsuspecting job seekers, who are oblivious of the fact that they are being swindled.

In another report, as part of its efforts to tackle Boko Haram all over Nigeria, especially in the northeast, the federal government has purchased two helicopter gunships.

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This was revealed by the chief of Air staff, Sadigue Abubakar, on Friday, January 17, after a meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at Abuja, Premium Times reports.

Abubakar said that the gunships arrived in Nigeria Wednesday, January 15. He said: “Some of the equipment we are acquiring have started arriving.

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