- Nigerians have been warned not to fall victim of scammers over the latest recruitment advertisement in town
- According to the Department of State Services, the service does not recruit online, nor does it sell job application forms
- Going further, the DSS says Interested candidates are advised to make recruitment enquiries from the Service’s Headquarters, Abuja, among others
The Department of State Services has urged Nigerians to be wary of fraudsters, saying the service was currently not recruiting.
The DSS spokesperson, Peter Afunanya, in a statement on Friday, stated that the service does not recruit online, nor does it sell job application forms or demand money from job seekers before recruiting.
The statement read, “The Department of State Services wishes to notify the public that it is not currently recruiting.
“It also uses this opportunity to reiterate that it does not recruit online, sell job application forms or demand money from prospective employees (when and if it recruits).
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Interested candidates are advised to make recruitment enquiries from the Service’s Headquarters, Abuja, its State Commands, other Formations nationwide, official website.”
In another report, the Department of State Services (DSS) on Tuesday, April 26, warned the general public about plans by some criminal elements to launch Improvised Explosive Device attacks on some soft and hard targets across Nigeria.
Apprehension as DSS new advisory suggests plan by criminals to bomb some parts of Nigeria
A statement which was released by the DSS and sent to Legit.ng said that these suspected criminal elements plan to return the country to the pre-2015 era reminiscent of these attacks.
Signed by Peter Afunanya, the DSS spokesperson, the secret police said although there are already reported cases of such incidents in some areas, it has uncovered a ploy by suspected criminal gangs to forge an alliance among themselves.
Afunanya said these suspected criminals plan to launch further attacks on critical infrastructure and other frequented public places like worship and relaxation centres, especially during and after the holidays and festive celebrations.
Security agencies raise alarm, allege plots to unsettle Northern Nigeria by desperate politicians
Security agencies had said that there are plans by some desperate politicians to cause havoc in northern Nigeria.
According to the agencies, the plan is to sponsor violent protests across the region to discredit the Buhari administration.
Four governors, a former governor from Sokoto and a prominent traditional ruler, were said to be part of the plot.
Security operatives reportedly clash during President Buhari’s visit to Kaduna
Clash of egos by security operatives have always resulted in fisticuffs in various public events in Nigeria.
Reports say the situation reared its ugly head again in Kaduna as President Muhammadu Buhari visited the state.
The president is visiting the northwest state on a two-day visit to commission projects initiated by the El-Rufai administration.