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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by ELJC(m): 4:54pm On Nov 08
MrSuama:
https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/top-news/294696-bill-seeking-to-remove-age-as-employment-condition-gets-reps-support.html

You see as one rep spoil show ba.
But its the truth na military needs able young people.
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Sheriff232: 7:48pm On Nov 08
Gentlelord:
To our officers in the house, oga sheriff and others what advice do you have to give as regards this, when I got to my LGA headquarters so dat my documents can be signed, on presenting my documents and my LGA of origin certificate to confirm that I am really from the LGA, Lo and behold, I was told that my LGA certificate has expired, that's is only valid for a year (it was written with very small fonts that it valid for 1yearfrom the date of issue) and I was very surprised,shocked,angry and I asked them if I change my LGA yearly, that how would they feel if they were told that their state of origin or birth certificate expires yearly and they said that's how they generate revenue, I was compelled to do another one again.
The case now is that I used the supposedly expired LGA certificate during NA registration, though I have both certificates (old and new) in my possession tho.
Sorry for late response,i have been very busy,i think that LGA is one of the useless once that are looking for a way to get money,the identification am using is more than ten years now and that's what i tendered,in your case since your LGA and village name did not change then i dont see any problems Irrespective of what you have submitted earlier,gudluck
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Sheriff232: 7:52pm On Nov 08
Adesolomon2014:


Hi bro,
How about those that have got affidavit concerning birth cert which was done in 2010,is it acceptable?
You can use that,just ensure it tallies with your records,gudluck

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Diflun: 8:14pm On Nov 08
erimakosamuel:

Diflun
Please were you dssc or SSC applicant
Dssc!
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Diflun: 8:21pm On Nov 08
johnmarcel:
i think is better to wait till when list is out b4 getting those documents signed
Very correct @johnmacel. Its so frustrating and discouraging to not be shortlisted after all the efforts of getting those documents signed.
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by erimakosamuel: 8:34pm On Nov 08
Diflun:

Dssc!

Oga diflun

Kindly share your experience

When your name came out

Time given to prep for screening

What to look out for during the credentials screening

How you scaled through medicals

Your experience during the 3.5 kilometers jog/run

Push up and sit up how many and what's the time limit

Apart from the essay about *why you wanna join za army* how was the aptitude test

I heard candidates were re-tagged before they entered the NASB for dssc ...what prompted that,cos now news about that in the SSC


Please expantiate on the anus screening....hope it's only open the buttocks,bend and cough.....Dem no go insert any foreign object in za hole

The Unclad screening.....is it done on a one on a Doctor base or in Mass.....like everyone one go Unclad....or enter a room get Unclad for screening

Did you get in straight or with godfather's assistant.....+you don't have to answer this if you don't want to

What were the amenities provided in the camp at jigawa

For dressing....is the new Dunlop white all stars allowed or it must be a canvass


Heard that the SSC guys 2016 did some huddles and bush testing in NDA.....was it the same for DSSC (or was it only push up,sit up and running)

From the last day of screening to the day the final names came out....what was the waiting duration...(I know it will vary)

Was it only food that was provided during the screening or food and drinkable water

Like SSC,heard they didn't ignore or bypass any fault...but they did in the dssc......what were the minimal faults that was overlooked


Stories of people joining 2 or 1 months/month respectively before pop... how true is that.....


Lastly......can you confirm lebete3000 story.... cos it seems you were in the same set.


?

Thanks boss
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by enesi009: 10:25pm On Nov 08
ELJC:
But its the truth na military needs able young people.
bros make dem make it 35 years at least African especially Nigeria youth at 35 are very able and energetic

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by ELJC(m): 10:26pm On Nov 08
enesi009:
bros make dem make it 35 years at least African especially Nigeria youth at 35 are very able and energetic
yeah 35 is okay still falls in the range
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Sheriff232: 10:46pm On Nov 08
enesi009:
bros make dem make it 35 years at least African especially Nigeria youth at 35 are very able and energetic
You will not be able to grow in the job,some profession require you enroll at a younger age so you can have a profetting career progression,if you join army at the age of 35 and not with the rank of a major as done for consultants then you are doing yourself a disservice,you will find out that you will retire at a very low rank.This is the only advantage that regular trained officers have over short service,most of them pass out at 20,21 and at most 23,so you find out that at 28 they are already captain and at 33 or 34 they are already major,so the issue of age bracket is good in some professions.But jobs like civil service,NNPC,DPR,NPA etc,i think they should review the age bracket for employment,this is because retirement here is either on attainment of 60 years of age or 35 years of concurrent service unlike the armed forces that each rank has an age ceiling

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by enesi009: 11:40pm On Nov 08
Sheriff232:
You will not be able to grow in the job,some profession require you enroll at a younger age so you can have a profetting career progression,if you join army at the age of 35 and not with the rank of a major as done for consultants then you are doing yourself a disservice,you will find out that you will retire at a very low rank.This is the only advantage that regular trained officers have over short service,most of them pass out at 20,21 and at most 23,so you find out that at 28 they are already captain and at 33 or 34 they are already major,so the issue of age bracket is good in some professions.But jobs like civil service,NNPC,DPR,NPA etc,i think they should review the age bracket for employment,this is because retirement here is either on attainment of 60 years of age or 35 years of concurrent service unlike the armed forces that each rank has an age ceiling
I agree with you but the military can still do it if dey want it simply adjusting dear rank and age law dey fixed and increasing retirement age to 65-70 dats all because dats the more reason many Nigerian youth are reducing deir age and still applying for the Armed Forces work like army,Navy and Air Force
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by enesi009: 11:52pm On Nov 08
Bcoz due to Nigerian system if not recent u Dont even secure admission to university easily after secondary school u might even write jamb up-to 5 times to gain admission after gaining admission asu might delay u 1 to 2 years b4 u graduate after graduation Nysc might even delay u b4 u srve finish u are almost clocking 30 ...u c... I my case I spent 6 year studying 5 yeah course... Not dat I had any carry or spil over courses ,if not I was lucky to gain admission at a young age... So u c Nigeria is not abroad dat u gain admission in to university emediately after high school ...As d big men quickly sign not to young to rule for dear pikin dey should also sign not too old to old to work for us poor man pikin.... # we want not too old to work bill
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Diflun: 11:54pm On Nov 08
erimakosamuel:


Oga diflun

Kindly share your experience

When your name came out

Time given to prep for screening

What to look out for during the credentials screening

How you scaled through medicals

Your experience during the 3.5 kilometers jog/run

Push up and sit up how many and what's the time limit

Apart from the essay about *why you wanna join za army* how was the aptitude test

I heard candidates were re-tagged before they entered the NASB for dssc ...what prompted that,cos now news about that in the SSC


Please expantiate on the anus screening....hope it's only open the buttocks,bend and cough.....Dem no go insert any foreign object in za hole

The Unclad screening.....is it done on a one on a Doctor base or in Mass.....like everyone one go Unclad....or enter a room get Unclad for screening

Did you get in straight or with godfather's assistant.....+you don't have to answer this if you don't want to

What were the amenities provided in the camp at jigawa

For dressing....is the new Dunlop white all stars allowed or it must be a canvass


Heard that the SSC guys 2016 did some huddles and bush testing in NDA.....was it the same for DSSC (or was it only push up,sit up and running)

From the last day of screening to the day the final names came out....what was the waiting duration...(I know it will vary)

Was it only food that was provided during the screening or food and drinkable water

Like SSC,heard they didn't ignore or bypass any fault...but they did in the dssc......what were the minimal faults that was overlooked


Stories of people joining 2 or 1 months/month respectively before pop... how true is that.....


Lastly......can you confirm lebete3000 story.... cos it seems you were in the same set.


?

Thanks boss
You will have to forgive me, my memory is a bit rusty embarassed.
I cannot confirm lebete3000's story cox i didn't make the final list, i only went as far as the selection board cry
if i remember correctly, 15 of us were shortlisted and we were given 14 days ( not really sure about the exact days ) to report to NASI Jaji ( Jigawa was in 2016), 13 of us reported.
Just like NYSC there were male and female hostels and the food was edible grin, and there was mami market very close to the hostel.
The credential screening began 3 or 4 days after we reported and ended the same day. As long as your papers are intact and you do not exceed the age limit then you are good. In my case my waec has a different DOB from my birth cert, hence i was so nervous when i handed the colonel ( one hansome igbo man with glasses ) my papers, he noticed my fear and asked if i was afraid and i replied no grin, he scrutinized all the documents and when he came to my cert of birth he gave it to the other colonel ( i was later told he is the military secretary) and said " Oga this is the real thing ba" and the MS (colonel JB Abdulkarim) replied "yes it is and a very young man" ( i was 23 as at that time), and then my documents were returned to me. Those that weren't qualified were announced the next day, 3 people in my stated were sent packing. We have not gotten really acquainted to know the details of their disqualification.
Next is the aptitude test which consists of the almighty " Why do want to join the Nigerian army", it was just like any other tests with objectives and fill in the blanks consisting of maths, english and current affairs, then the psycho test which consists of logic and some really twisted questions about your personality, habits, ideologies, perceptions, etc. After the test then the verbal psychological interview which the questions depend on the psychologists ( A Col, a Lt and a female Squadron leader) view about your physical set up, some were only asked to show their palms, well, i was asked my name, state and how i make ends meet, that's all. I don't remember if anyone was screened out after the psycho test but they were obviously hunting for drug users.
Next is the medicals which took 2 to 3 days to conclude. it was really fun because we got really acquainted with our state member and other state members while waiting hours for each states turn for the medical screening. it started with the stool sample, then blood sample, next is the BMI then the eye screening, there was nothing like getting Unclad or anus screening grin we were simply asked to raise our shirts above our navels and they didn't check for flat foot, i remember one of us who is now an officer has flat footgrin, he was also nervous as i was in the credential screening grin . Finally we proceeded to the final stage which is the full chest scan.
After the medicals have been concluded,a day or two, a lot of candidates were sent packing which includes 2 in my state.
The next stage was the 3.5km jogging which started early in the morning, the females were given a head start and then the males followed, it was already drizzling when we started and ended in a heavy rain, i arrived in the first bus ( there were 4 buses depending on the time one arrives), i cant recall the timing for each bus. Because of the rain the physical exercise and obstacles was postponed until later in the day which starts with 70 push ups in 60 secs/counts, then immediately 70 sit ups in 70 secs, next is wall climbing which looks very easy for a tall person but
extremely hard after exhausted from the push and sit ups, jumping over a large hole, swinging over another hole while holding a rope and another holding iron bars over the ground, then crawling inside mud under a barbed wire and finally climbing a vertical rope to touch its tip. These all sound easy and fun but after those push and sit ups its another story grin it was so funny watching people trying to climb over that wall immediately after the sit ups grin grin, it was easy catching the top of the wall but its another story hauling your body over it grin
Lastly it was the selection board which was carried out state by state and starts from morning till morning (up to 2am), the board consists of the chairman of the board ( MJ Gen MD Abubakar), a Brig gen,about 3 or so Cols n Lt Cols, the commandant (Major CO Ani), one person gets called inside the room and the next person stays just outside the door, he gets in as soon as the first person comes out. When my turn came to stay near the door, i could faintly hear what was going on in the room , when he came out i heard a voice call out "next" and i entered, i strode in greeted the chairman then handed over my documents ( cant recall who collected them specifically), they where passed from person to person and i was instructed to sit, then i was told to pick a paper by my side and read, i read through a passage and upon ending the chairman asked if i was a journalist or have worked in a radio or tv station, i replied no sir, next i was told to pick a marker and go to a board close to me, i was asked to spell some words, one after the other they started ( i don't recall how many words or how many of them spoke the words), each candidates aptitude and phyco test results were present in the board and next the chairman asked the major to read out my essay " why do u want to join the NA", the major read and when he was halfway through the chairman waved him to stop. Next the brig gen asked me some questions about my field of study which he was clearly browsing through his phone grin and i answered, then a barrage of current affairs questions from left and right but mostly by the chairman ( i could only answer some grin), finally he (chairman) asked me where my secondary school was located while holding my secondary cert and i told him, i was surprised how he knew the location even better than me. he finally said i can go.
After the board all are free to leave the camp anytime.
I might have skipped some details on the account of my rusty memory cry
A month or two later, out of 8 in my state that faced the board, 4 were shortlisted in the national dailies and 4 were dropped ( me included).

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by erimakosamuel: 6:20am On Nov 09
Diflun:

You will have to forgive me, my memory is a bit rusty embarassed.
I cannot confirm lebete3000's story cox i didn't make the final list, i only went as far as the selection board cry
if i remember correctly, 15 of us were shortlisted and we were given 14 days ( not really sure about the exact days ) to report to NASI Jaji ( Jigawa was in 2016), 13 of us reported.
Just like NYSC there were male and female hostels and the food was edible grin, and there was mami market very close to the hostel.
The credential screening began 3 or 4 days after we reported and ended the same day. As long as your papers are intact and you do not exceed the age limit then you are good. In my case my waec has a different DOB from my birth cert, hence i was so nervous when i handed the colonel ( one hansome igbo man with glasses ) my papers, he noticed my fear and asked if i was afraid and i replied no grin, he scrutinized all the documents and when he came to my cert of birth he gave it to the other colonel ( i was later told he is the military secretary) and said " Oga this is the real thing ba" and the MS (colonel JB Abdulkarim) replied "yes it is and a very young man" ( i was 23 as at that time), and then my documents were returned to me. Those that weren't qualified were announced the next day, 3 people in my stated were sent packing. We have not gotten really acquainted to know the details of their disqualification.
Next is the aptitude test which consists of the almighty " Why do want to join the Nigerian army", it was just like any other tests with objectives and fill in the blanks consisting of maths, english and current affairs, then the psycho test which consists of logic and some really twisted questions about your personality, habits, ideologies, perceptions, etc. After the test then the verbal psychological interview which the questions depend on the psychologists ( A Col, a Lt and a female Squadron leader) view about your physical set up, some were only asked to show their palms, well, i was asked my name, state and how i make ends meet, that's all. I don't remember if anyone was screened out after the psycho test but they were obviously hunting for drug users.
Next is the medicals which took 2 to 3 days to conclude. it was really fun because we got really acquainted with our state member and other state members while waiting hours for each states turn for the medical screening. it started with the stool sample, then blood sample, next is the BMI then the eye screening, there was nothing like getting Unclad or anus screening grin we were simply asked to raise our shirts above our navels and they didn't check for flat foot, i remember one of us who is now an officer has flat footgrin, he was also nervous as i was in the credential screening grin . Finally we proceeded to the final stage which is the full chest scan.
After the medicals have been concluded,a day or two, a lot of candidates were sent packing which includes 2 in my state.
The next stage was the 3.5km jogging which started early in the morning, the females were given a head start and then the males followed, it was already drizzling when we started and ended in a heavy rain, i arrived in the first bus ( there were 4 buses depending on the time one arrives), i cant recall the timing for each bus. Because of the rain the physical exercise and obstacles was postponed until later in the day which starts with 70 push ups in 60 secs/counts, then immediately 70 sit ups in 70 secs, next is wall climbing which looks very easy for a tall person but
extremely hard after exhausted from the push and sit ups, jumping over a large hole, swinging over another hole while holding a rope and another holding iron bars over the ground, then crawling inside mud under a barbed wire and finally climbing a vertical rope to touch its tip. These all sound easy and fun but after those push and sit ups its another story grin it was so funny watching people trying to climb over that wall immediately after the sit ups grin grin, it was easy catching the top of the wall but its another story hauling your body over it grin
Lastly it was the selection board which was carried out state by state and starts from morning till morning (up to 2am), the board consists of the chairman of the board ( MJ Gen MD Abubakar), a Brig gen,about 3 or so Cols n Lt Cols, the commandant (Major CO Ani), one person gets called inside the room and the next person stays just outside the door, he gets in as soon as the first person comes out. When my turn came to stay near the door, i could faintly hear what was going on in the room , when he came out i heard a voice call out "next" and i entered, i strode in greeted the chairman then handed over my documents ( cant recall who collected them specifically), they where passed from person to person and i was instructed to sit, then i was told to pick a paper by my side and read, i read through a passage and upon ending the chairman asked if i was a journalist or have worked in a radio or tv station, i replied no sir, next i was told to pick a marker and go to a board close to me, i was asked to spell some words, one after the other they started ( i don't recall how many words or how many of them spoke the words), each candidates aptitude and phyco test results were present in the board and next the chairman asked the major to read out my essay " why do u want to join the NA", the major read and when he was halfway through the chairman waved him to stop. Next the brig gen asked me some questions about my field of study which he was clearly browsing through his phone grin and i answered, then a barrage of current affairs questions from left and right but mostly by the chairman ( i could only answer some grin), finally he (chairman) asked me where my secondary school was located while holding my secondary cert and i told him, i was surprised how he knew the location even better than me. he finally said i can go.
After the board all are free to leave the camp anytime.
I might have skipped some details on the account of my rusty memory cry
A month or two later, out of 8 in my state that faced the board, 4 were shortlisted in the national dailies and 4 were dropped ( me included).

Wow

Wow

Wow

Wow

Thanks boss

But that NASB no funny
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by johnmarcel(m): 7:14am On Nov 09
Sheriff232:
You will not be able to grow in the job,some profession require you enroll at a younger age so you can have a profetting career progression,if you join army at the age of 35 and not with the rank of a major as done for consultants then you are doing yourself a disservice,you will find out that you will retire at a very low rank.This is the only advantage that regular trained officers have over short service,most of them pass out at 20,21 and at most 23,so you find out that at 28 they are already captain and at 33 or 34 they are already major,so the issue of age bracket is good in some professions.But jobs like civil service,NNPC,DPR,NPA etc,i think they should review the age bracket for employment,this is because retirement here is either on attainment of 60 years of age or 35 years of concurrent service unlike the armed forces that each rank has an age ceiling
bro are trying to say if one should get in (nda ssc) at 26 he wont atain good rank b4 retirement?
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by hausadreturn(m): 7:32am On Nov 09
Sheriff232:
You will not be able to grow in the job,some profession require you enroll at a younger age so you can have a profetting career progression,if you join army at the age of 35 and not with the rank of a major as done for consultants then you are doing yourself a disservice,you will find out that you will retire at a very low rank.This is the only advantage that regular trained officers have over short service,most of them pass out at 20,21 and at most 23,so you find out that at 28 they are already captain and at 33 or 34 they are already major,so the issue of age bracket is good in some professions.But jobs like civil service,NNPC,DPR,NPA etc,i think they should review the age bracket for employment,this is because retirement here is either on attainment of 60 years of age or 35 years of concurrent service unlike the armed forces that each rank has an age ceiling
It's quite hard to believe genuinely that a person of 20/21 will pass out of Nda and be an officer.
Are the 20/21 year old people in NDA particularly different in body size and shape than people of same age in the university?

Does the NDA give them so much balls at that age to become officers ready for battle?
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by enesi009: 8:12am On Nov 09
hausadreturn:
It's quite hard to believe genuinely that a person of 20/21 will pass out of Nda and be an officer.
Are the 20/21 year old people in NDA particularly different in body size and shape than people of same age in the university?

Does the NDA give them so much balls at that age to become officers ready for battle?
age bracket to gain admission to nda is (17-21)
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by teametwin(m): 11:08am On Nov 09
Number 54 thousand and something
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.
.
The struggle is real
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Sheriff232: 11:13am On Nov 09
johnmarcel:
bro are trying to say if one should get in (nda ssc) at 26 he wont atain good rank b4 retirement?
If you enter with that age,you will rise very well but anything above 28,will be difficult,then dssc,if you can get at exactly 30,then you will good
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Sheriff232: 11:15am On Nov 09
enesi009:
age bracket to gain admission to nda is (17-21)
I have seen 22,23 even 21 though air force and navy because they spend 4 years in NDA,so no matter what,they must reach the peak of service and still very young

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by johnkay1(m): 11:59am On Nov 09
enesi009:
I agree with you but the military can still do it if dey want it simply adjusting dear rank and age law dey fixed and increasing retirement age to 65-70 dats all because dats the more reason many Nigerian youth are reducing deir age and still applying for the Armed Forces work like army,Navy and Air Force

Seeing this account here give me impression that some people are going to be duped. He may come through other account, he is known for that. Only him can use more than five account on a thread just to perpetrate his evil acts. He changes usernames he
has used before include but not only: Enesi1; to Ezravandi; to Kamidee; now Enesi 009
Acct name peter Ezra
Acct number 0341188190 (ecobank)
Emails, ezravandi@yahoo.com, ezravandi2@yahoo.com.

Chat freely but avoid money transactions, protect your hard earn money.
No buying of past questions, or other stuffs from here cos I sense he's controlling more account that are even active on this thread
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Sheriff232: 1:00pm On Nov 09
johnkay1:


Seeing this account here give me impression that some people are going to be duped. He may come through other account, he is known for that. Only him can use more than five account on a thread just to perpetrate his evil acts. He changes usernames he
has used before include but not only: Enesi1; to Ezravandi; to Kamidee; now Enesi 009
Acct name peter Ezra
Acct number 0341188190 (ecobank)
Emails, ezravandi@yahoo.com, ezravandi2@yahoo.com.

Chat freely but avoid money transactions, protect your hard earn money.
No buying of past questions, or other stuffs from here cos I sense he's controlling more account that are even active on this thread
Oboy
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Abdulrahmon68: 1:08pm On Nov 09
Sheriff232:
I have seen 22,23 even 21 though air force and navy because they spend 4 years in NDA,so no matter what,they must reach the peak of service and still very young

You are very right brotherly. The hausa guy that graduated from NDA last year or so as the overall best graduating cadet was 23 years old
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Rangis0: 1:08pm On Nov 09
Sheriff232:
Oboy

Sir, Many thanks for your contributions on this thread, only the Almighty can reward you. I am an engineer and 26 years of age till september next year. I have applied for SSC. I have always admired the military police and wish I would be one someday. Please can you tell me more about selection criteria for MP's and if SSC can become an MP?
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Sheriff232: 2:14pm On Nov 09
Rangis0:


Sir, Many thanks for your contributions on this thread, only the Almighty can reward you. I am an engineer and 26 years of age till september next year. I have applied for SSC. I have always admired the military police and wish I would be one someday. Please can you tell me more about selection criteria for MP's and if SSC can become an MP?
Unless you chose MP,i don't see them posting you to the Corp,you will be posted to the Engineer or Electrical and mechanical engineer corp depending on your discipline,there's no much criteria,if you like the Corp you will be chosen,gud luck
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Sheriff232: 3:23pm On Nov 09
teametwin:
Number 54 thousand and something
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.
.
The struggle is real
SSC or dssc?,the number is small compared to 2016 that was 67 thousand and above,the number doesn't really matter,what's your own will locate,you will even be surprised how you made it,most of us got it without knowing anybody because of fear of the president,like joke like joke the thing was done by merit,pray for your luck

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by teametwin(m): 3:42pm On Nov 09
Sheriff232:
SSC or dssc?,the number is small compared to 2016 that was 67 thousand and above,the number doesn't really matter,what's your own will locate,you will even be surprised how you made it,most of us got it without knowing anybody because of fear of the president,like joke like joke the thing was done by merit,pray for your luck


It's SSC
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by hausadreturn(m): 5:38pm On Nov 09
For someone who studied psychology, what law enforcement is the best to join?
The Army (dssc) or the police?
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Gentlelord(m): 5:43pm On Nov 09
wow thanks oga Diflun for sharing your experience with us, if I may ask, what happened to those persons who couldn't do the 70 sit up or push ups, or completely scale through the obstacle challenge, where they out rightly disqualified? And as regards the sit ups was someone made to apply pressure at the bent knees so that the buttocks doesn't leave the ground, or one was left to do it alone. I pray you would be successful this time.
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Gentlelord(m): 5:54pm On Nov 09
hausadreturn:
For someone who studied psychology, what law enforcement is the best to join?
The Army (dssc) or the police?
You can try out Army DSSC apply under The Corp of Military Intelligence. if you are within the age bracket for SSC you can apply and you can also be sent to either Intelligence or Military Police (MP),Note that when applying for Army you are to choose either DSSC or SSC. if the form for police comes out and you are qualified, you can also apply, even try out Air Force and Navy, you never can tell.
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by hausadreturn(m): 6:30pm On Nov 09
Gentlelord:

You can try out Army DSSC apply under The Corp of Military Intelligence. if you are within the age bracket for SSC you can apply and you can also be sent to either Intelligence or Military Police (MP),Note that when applying for Army you are to choose either DSSC or SSC. if the form for police comes out and you are qualified, you can also apply, even try out Air Force and Navy, you never can tell.
OK...
I'm past ssc that's why.
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by hausadreturn(m): 6:32pm On Nov 09
It seems I'm the only one who have been following up, that's yet to apply.
I just want my mind to direct me, such that when I go in, I won't want to look back.
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Diflun: 6:33pm On Nov 09
Gentlelord:
wow thanks oga Diflun for sharing your experience with us, if I may ask, what happened to those persons who couldn't do the 70 sit up or push ups, or completely scale through the obstacle challenge, where they out rightly disqualified? And as regards the sit ups was someone made to apply pressure at the bent knees so that the buttocks doesn't leave the ground, or one was left to do it alone. I pray you would be successful this time.
No more disqualification after medicals, all activities afterwards are graded with points and accumulated for every candidate. My brother forget about being able to do all the physical activities perfectly, i know candidates who performed poorly and are now officers and i know someone who was came first in the race and didn't make the list, just pray and if you are destined nothing can stop you.
Yield to nothing. Victory is from God!

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