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|Nigeria Security And Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Recruitment Disclaimer by docky22: 10:07am On Sep 11, 2017|
The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has dispelled rumours that the Corps was “recruiting underground” and carrying out replacement exercise.
The Corps Public Relations Officer, Mr Emmanuel Okeh, said this in a statement in Abuja. Okeh said the Commandant-General (CG) of the Corps, Mr Abdullahi Muhammadu, had urged job seekers and the general public to disregard the rumour. Muhammadu said the false information was a gimmick being peddled by fraudsters to defraud unsuspecting applicants of their hard earned money.
He noted that a number of unemployed Nigerian youths had shown interest in enlisting in the Corps.
“And this has attracted some dubious individuals who have resorted to spreading false news and sending text messages to them on non-existing recruitment and replacement exercises,” he said.
The NSCDC CG stated categorically that the Corps would advertise its existing vacancies before the end of the year for interested candidates to apply.
This, he said, would be done as soon as fund was made available to the corps. He said that the documentation and data capturing exercise for personnel presently going on at the State Commands of the Corps nationwide was being misconstrued by criminally minded individuals to mean recruitment or replacement exercise.
He said further that the fraudsters were all out to take the advantage of the ongoing exercise to drive home their aim of defrauding unsuspecting Nigerians.
“That due to the forthcoming promotion exercise, the Corps is only issuing old letters of appointment and promotion to personnel who merited it.
“But for administrative reasons they were unable to receive their letters in the last exercise conducted and it is expedient for them to document at this point in time due to the forthcoming promotion exercise,” he said.
The CG, therefore, advised applicants to exercise patience and wait for the appropriate time the Corps would advertise its existing vacancies in major National Newspapers.
|Re: Nigeria Security And Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Recruitment Disclaimer by maxwell767(m): 10:32am On Sep 11, 2017|
|Re: Nigeria Security And Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Recruitment Disclaimer by Ajisebioyolaari: 10:49am On Sep 11, 2017|
“That due to the forthcomingThe CG just shot himself on the foot. Does it mean that people were not issued appt letter before they resumed duty? What is the administrative reason? Scarcity of Conqueror paper or lack of ink in the printer or no secretary to type the content of the letter or perhaps no pen to sign the letters? Maybe the CG or Director of Admin who should have signed the letters had his hand chopped off by Boko Haram and a spare hand had to be ordered from China.
Mr CG, stop playing on job seekers' intelligence. You are carrying out a replacement and issuing back-dated letters to cover your corrupt äss. Simple! There is no need opening any recruitment portal later in the year. You have filled up 80% of the available slots (just like NIS did before opening their useless portal). Save applicants the stress.
|Re: Nigeria Security And Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Recruitment Disclaimer by heebahiqram(f): 7:50pm On Sep 11, 2017|
You maybe right cos that's the trend nowadays where we have heads of parastatals giving politicians appointment slots just to cover their shady deals but again it's not new to the ears that people can be shortlisted without actually getting appointment letters..YES!! In such a situation they are not in the payroll and haven't started work yet due to lack of funds.
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