- Some Nigerians who have ambitions of joining the Air Force now have the opportunity to pursue their goal
- The Air Force has updated citizens about its recruitment exercise
- Interested candidates are advised to visit the official Air Force website for more information about the process
For Nigerians wishing to work with the Nigerian Air Force (NAF), the security outfit has announced the opening of its application portal for its forthcoming recruitment exercise.
According to the Airforce, the portal will open from March 2. This was disclosed in a statement on its website.
It added that the application will close on March 30 while the interview exercise will hold from May 17 to July 12.
NAF consequently called on interested and qualified applicants to visit its website on the stipulated date and enroll for the exercise.
It added that the application process will be done free of charge while advising applicants to apply once.
You can visit the portal here www.airforce.mil.ng
Meanwhile, the Ogun state government has commenced a recruitment drive for its security network otherwise known as the Amotekun Corps.
The state government made this known in a notice on Thursday, February 11, posted on its official website.
The positions being advertised include Field Operatives, Inspector of Corps, Assistant Superintendent of Corps, Superintendent of Corps, and Assistant Commander of Corps.
The state government said the application closes on Friday, February 19, and advised interested applicants to apply on the job portal: bit.ly/ogunamotekun.
In another news, Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has announced its readiness to release the names of successful candidates for final screening in the ongoing recruitment exercise.
The customs made the disclosure in a statement issued on Thursday, February 11, and signed by the public relations officer of the NCS, DC, Joseph Attah.
Attah said that the delay had caused anxiety for the applicants, parents/guardians and indeed some members of the public who even went into overdrive with various allegations that tended to question the integrity of the exercise.
He stated that the recruitment into NCS would remain strictly based on merit and principle of Federal Character, with every local government of the federation appropriately represented.
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