The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) has announced that all candidates who successfully completed the online recruitment registration exercise for the ongoing recruitment of constables should proceed for physical and credential screening from August 24 to September 6.
The force, in a statement on Thursday, August 20, disclosed that the physical and credential screening exercise will take place across the country at designated venues.
According to the statement, the screening exercise will take place from 9am to 6pm daily at venues that will be announced by the respective state police commands.
The police said candidates must bring along the following items to the screening venues:
1. Appear at the various screening venues in their clean white T-shirts and shorts.
2. Present their National Identity Number (NIN)
3. Original and duplicate copies of credentials – O’ Level Result(s)
4. Certificate of Origin and Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age - neatly arranged in two white flat files with recent passport photographs attached
5. Printout of application submission confirmation page
6. Duly completed Guarantor’s form
7. Wear face masks
The police noted that candidates who fail to bring the above items will not be considered for the screening.
Meanwhile, in what will be good news for Nigerians who are eager to serve their father's land, the Nigerian Army has announced the commencement of recruitment exercise for short service combatant course and direct short service course.
This was announced in a statement on the Facebook page of the Army on Wednesday, August 19.
According to the army, recruitment has started and those interested can apply. They consequently asked interested Nigerians to visit http://recruitment.army.mil.ng/ to apply.
In another news report, the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Mohammed Adamu has revealed that most of the criminals who carry out havoc and inflict pain on citizens are actually foreigners.
Adamu made this crucial disclosure during a town-hall meeting held on Wednesday, August 19, at the headquarters of Zuru local government in Kebbi state.
The police boss said that based on reliable intelligence, bandits operating in the northern region are from the Islamic State of West Africa, The Cable reports.
Still on security, the governor of Katsina, Bello Masari, has revealed those who aide in banditry and all violent crimes that have ravaged the state in recent times.
During his discussion with the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero, on Wednesday, August 19, Masari said that these criminals get information from persons in the state.
The governor said that this is why security agencies have found it very difficult to defeat the bandits who carry out their havoc in the state.
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