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Police Recruitment: Applicants’ Screening Commences February 1

Police Recruitment: Applicants’ Screening Commences February 1

The Nigeria Police Force says it will on February 1, begin physical and credential screening of applicants who completed the 2021 online registration for recruitment into the constable cadre. Peoplesgazette reports.

Police spokesman Frank Mba disclosed this in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.

He said the screening would be conducted by the Force in collaboration with the Police Service Commission (PSC). Information Guide Nigeria

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Mba said the exercise, slated to commence on Feb. 1 would end on February 6 at designated venues in states across the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

According to him, all applicants are to proceed to their respective states of origin and appear at the various screening centres in their clean white T-shirts and shorts.

He said other mandatory basic screening requirements were two white flat files with recent passport photographs attached and National Identity Number (NIN).

Mr Mba said other items for the screening were original and duplicate copies of credentials, certificate of origin, and birth certificate/declaration of age.

He said printout of the application submission confirmation/profile page and duly completed guarantor’s form were also, mandatory for the exercise.

Mr Mba also stated that candidates who failed to present the mandatory requirements would not be considered for the screening. jamb results

He urged applicants to pay attention to detailed and specific guidelines on the exercise for each state, particularly, the location of screening and dates of screening per local government area.

Mr Mba added that the guidelines would be announced by the police public relations officers in the 36 states of the federation and the FCT.

He explained that inspector general of police Usman Baba had assured that the statutory entry requirements into the force as clearly stated in the Police Act and Regulations, would be followed.

Mr Baba disclosed that 135,027 valid applications were received in the online registration.

He expressed satisfaction over the increase in the number and geographic spread of the applications, particularly in the South-East and South-South region of the country following the extension of the online registration.

The police chief said the exercise was free of charge and urged applicants to be wary of criminal elements who would want to take undue advantage of the exercise to perpetrate recruitment-related scams.

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