Nigerians seeking to work with the federal government can now have the opportunity as the Federal Road Safety Corps announced its 2021 recruitment exercise.
The FRSC says “qualified candidates” can apply for employment into the following positions:
- Officer cadre
- Marshal inspectorate (MI) cadre
- Road marshal assistant cadre
According to a recruitment notice posted on Facebook, candidates for the officer cadre are expected to possess a first degree, NYSC discharge certificates, and must not be more than 30 years old.
Shortlisted candidates are expected to come along with a printout of their forms as well as the acknowledgement slip for screening.
The FRSC said the exercise attracts no fee and that applications must be submitted within six weeks of the publication of the advert.
Some of the requirements include:
- Nigerian by birth
- Not be less than 18 years or more than 30 years old (35 years will be considered for medical Doctors)
- Be single
- Be physically and mentally fit for paramilitary activities
- Produce a certificate of medical fitness from a government hospital
- Be free from any form of financial embarrassment, be of good character, and must not have been convicted of any criminal offences.
Nigerian Army releases list of successful candidates
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that the Nigerian Army released a list of applicants who passed its test for the 81 Regular Recruit Intake.
The announcement was made on Wednesday, July 7, by the Army's spokesman, Brigadier-General Oyema Nwachukwu.
Nwachukwu called on the general public to beware of fraudsters who might try to take undue advantage of the information to swindle citizens.
Nigerian Air Force announces recruitment
In a similar development, the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) is enlisting graduates and postgraduates for training as Direct Short Service Cadets.
The recruitment was announced via the official Facebook page of the elite security agency on Monday, July 12.
Online applications open on Monday, July 26, and closes on Monday, August 30.
Nigeria Customs raises alarm over fake recruitment
The NCS in a statement released by its spokesman, Joseph Attah, and sighted by Legit.ng said its attention has been drawn to the proliferation of fake social media accounts impersonating senior customs officers to publicise fake auctions and recruitment exercises.
The statement noted that the miscreants behind the illegal activities are now using false testimonies by supposed beneficiaries of the auctions thanking senior customs officers for their alleged facilitation.