At least three government agencies, the Nigerian Army, the Nigerian Air Force, and the FRSC, have recently advertised recruitments.
To ensure Nigerians interested in applying for the vacant positions do not fall victim to fraudsters, this piece explains the application processes in simple terms.
To avoid being defrauded, the elite security agency has made things easier by creating physical recruitment centres in all the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
The recruitment opened on Monday, July 12, and will close on Saturday, July 24, according to the Army.
To apply, here is the list of all the recruitment centres:
Nigerian Air Force
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) is also enlisting graduates and postgraduates to be trained as Direct Short Service Cadets.
Online applications open on Monday, July 26, and closes on Monday, August 30.
To apply for this job, you don't need to visit any social media platform. All you need to do is to visit the NAF's portal.
Interested applicants can also call the following support lines from 9.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday, 09064432351, 08043440802, 09055840142 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org should they need further clarifications.
They must also note that the application is FREE OF CHARGE. To apply, applicants must be of Nigerian origin.
They must be between the ages of 20 and 30 years by 30 September 2022. Those applying for the medical consultants' position must be between 25 - 40 years.
Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) is also recruiting mainly for three positions:
- Officer cadre
- Marshal inspectorate (MI) cadre
- Road marshal assistant cadre
To apply, visit the FRSC's portal, www.recruitment.frsc.gov.ng.
Candidates for the officer cadre are expected to possess a first degree, NYSC discharge certificates, and must not be more than 30 years old.
Click here for a comprehensive list of the application requirements.
Nigeria Customs speaks as fake auctions, recruitment flood social media
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.