Nigerian Army Commences Online Recruitment of Personnel

Nigerian Army Commences Online Recruitment of Personnel

  • Nigerians across the country who are interested in joining the Army have been urged to visit the institution's website for application
  • The Nigerian Army made an announcement on the commencement of its recruitment exercise on Tuesday, March 8
  • according to the Army, the application forms for the recruitment process is free of charge for all interested applicants

The Nigerian Army on Tuesday, March 8, announced the commencement of its recruitment exercise for 83 regular recruits intake.

In a statement released on its Facebook page, the Army called on all interested applicants to apply for the regular recruit intake for non-tradesmen and women.

The statement said the application starts on March 7 and ends on May 13, 2022.

Nigerian soldiers
Application forms for the recriutment exercise can be found on the website of Nigerian Army Photo: HQ Nigerian Army
Source: UGC

Warning against online and recruitment scammers littered across various spaces including the internet, the Army said that the application is free of charge for all and available on its website.

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The statement said:

"This is to inform the general public & all interested applicants that online application for 83 Regular Recruits Intake for Non-Tradesmen & women has commenced.
"The application starts 7 March & ends 13 May 2022. Application Is Free, visit"

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