In what will gladden the hearts of some Nigerians, the Nigerian Police Force has announced the commencement of applications for the 2021 police recruitment exercise.
Also, the online application portal for the recruitment exercise has been opened for interested persons.
To simplify everything for our readers, Legit.ng has highlighted steps in which interested candidates can adopt in applying.
Requirements for application
- National Identification Number, functional email address, and valid phone number
- Applicants must possess a minimum of 5 credits in not more than 2 sittings in WASSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB with credit passes in English and Mathematics.
- Scanned copy of their original O’Level result(s) to be uploaded on the portal.
- Applicants must be aged between 17-25 years.
- Applicants must be medically, physically, and psychologically fit and must not be less than 1.67m tall for males and 1.64m tall for females.
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How to apply on online portal
- Once these requirements have been made ready, applicants are to visit www.policerecruitment.gov.ng to fill and submit the online form.
- All applicants must review the information filled on the online form before submission in order to avoid mistakes.
- After filling and submitting the forms, applicants must print their completed online forms, guarantor forms and submit same at the recruitment physical/examination screening centres.
- The online application portal would be open for a period of six weeks starting from Monday, November 29, 2021 to Monday, January 10, 2022.
- Upon completion of the application, successful applicants would be invited for physical screening from January 10 to January 24, 2022.
Police arrest 38-year-old man for sending a message to a married woman on WhatsApp
In other news, the Police in Ogun state has arrested a 38-year-old man for sending a message to a married woman on WhatsApp.
Sikiru Oluwaseu got into trouble after he allegedly sent "Good morning babe" message to a married woman on WhatsApp.
According to the charges against him by the Police, he committed an offence contrary to and punishable under section 249 (d) of the criminal code, revised laws of Ogun state of Nigeria