- At least over 9, 000 civil servants have reportedly failed the 2022 Federal Civil Service Promotion examinations
- It was gathered that only 3,851 out of the over 13,000 civil servants who sat for the 2022 FCSC promotion examination passed
- The letter disclosed that the 2023 promotion exercise will hold from December 11, 2023, to December 16, 2023.
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FCT, Abuja The Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) has released the results of the 2022 promotion examination.
As reported by The Punch, over 9,000 civil servants failed the promotion exam which was held in about 69 Computer Test centres.
Only 3,851 civil servants who sat for the 2022 FCSC promotion examination passed.
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It was gathered that over 13,000 civil servants, drawn from the core civil service, the Nigeria Police, and other para-military and specialised agencies, sat for the examination.
The Director of Promotions, Sani Bello, signed the letter of the successful candidates on November 30, 2023, and addressed it to the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation.
The letter disclosed that the 2023 promotion exercise for civil servants in the pool of the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation will hold from December 11, 2023, to December 16, 2023.
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