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12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Catabolism(m): 3:00pm On Jul 13, 2020
The Nigerian Police Force announced Saturday that online applications for enlistment as constable will begin on Tuesday 14 July.

Its portal www.policerecruitment.gov.ng will remain open till 23 August.

Interested applicants for the 40,000 vacancies, according to an advertisement signed by DCP Frank Mba, must have National Identity Number(NIN).

They must have five credits in WASSCE or NECO, GCE or NABTEB, at not more than two sittings.

They must also be between 17 and 25 years.

The advertisement however lists some categories of people who cannot apply for the jobs.

These are:

* Short men and women. The advert says a female applicant must be at least 1.64m tall, while a male applicant must be at least 1.67m.

* Male applicants must have a minimum chest measurement of 34 inches.

*Female applicants must not be pregnant.

*All applicants with financial problems or ‘pecuniary embarrassment’ are barred.

* Applicants with impediment of speech

*Gross malformation of teeth or jaw

*Knock knees

*Bow legs

*Bent Knees

*Deformed hands

*Defective eyesight or squint eyes

*Amputation of any part of the body.
https://www.pmnewsnigeria.com/2020/07/12/12-classes-of-nigerians-banned-from-applying-for-police-constable-jobs-details/

Read the advert for the constabulary jobs and how to apply visa the link below:

https://www.nairaland.com/5984782/nigeria-police-recruitment-2020-how

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Catabolism(m): 3:16pm On Jul 13, 2020
squint eyes

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by TheSourcerer: 3:53pm On Jul 13, 2020
Crossed eyes, that's not squinting

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by RTSC: 4:32pm On Jul 13, 2020
What has height, bow leg, K leg and teeth got to do with proper policing?

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by jamze: 4:34pm On Jul 13, 2020
Can someone apply with olevel and later present his/her Bsc ??

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by psucc(m): 4:38pm On Jul 13, 2020
jamze:
Can someone apply with olevel and later present his/her Bsc ??
No way! Once you enter you don enter.

But you can from there eye something bigger or make a way out.

If your condition presently is dire, you can pick the job just to make ends meet while waiting and can ALWAYS RESIGN ANYTIME.

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by IvarTheBoneless: 5:00pm On Jul 13, 2020
Every armed forces and paramilitary organisations have their minimum requirements...

So except you have

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Donotread: 5:27pm On Jul 13, 2020
Discrimination...

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Vulcanheph(m): 5:54pm On Jul 13, 2020
The Nigerian police is among the three kinds of jobs i'll never go for, the others are:

The Nigerian army

N.E.P.A. (or whatever they are called now.)

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Skinnienigga(m): 6:03pm On Jul 13, 2020
TheSourcerer:
Crossed eyes, that's not squinting

The condition is called "strabismus," and can also be referred to as "a squint" or "crossed eye."

Try dey read before you "correct" people.

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by jamze: 6:55pm On Jul 13, 2020
psucc:
No way! Once you enter you don enter.

But you can from there eye something bigger or make a way out.

If your condition presently is dire, you can pick the job just to make ends meet while waiting and can ALWAYS RESIGN ANYTIME.

Thanks man

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Goldp5988(f): 7:46pm On Jul 13, 2020
All this na noise, if you know your way na one hand, na for our body all these protocol dey stand.

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Zenithpeak(m): 8:28pm On Jul 13, 2020
How about basic understanding of English language.

If you try to speak English in front of an ill-educated police officer, especially MOPOL undecided you just compounded your problem. If devil want to give stress, let it be officer from far north believe me your own don don...... cry cry

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by jaeybee98(m): 8:43pm On Jul 13, 2020
Zenithpeak:
How about basic understanding of English language.

If you try to speak English in front of an ill-educated police officer, especially MOPOL undecided you just compounded your problem. If devil want to give stress, let it be officer from far north believe me your own don don...... cry cry
Funny enough, most if these officers understand good English but will prefer to act like they don't just to serve their selfish desires of extortion

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by jaeybee98(m): 8:44pm On Jul 13, 2020
RTSC:
What has height, bow leg, K leg and teeth got to do with proper policing?
Are you being sarcastic or serious?

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Zenithpeak(m): 8:56pm On Jul 13, 2020
jaeybee98:
Funny enough, most if these officers understand good English but will prefer to act like they don't just to serve their selfish desires of extortion

Down South here many of them always pretend not to speak English and they do that to instill fears in you and extort you but up NORTH.... Honestly if you no fear God abeg fear them. They didn't understand English language at all and always easily provoked.

They will kill an innocent person and blame Allah for it and everyone will agree with them 'its Allah will' embarassed. Just give them money and you'll live to see next sun in the land of the living.

Just my 2kobo

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Haywhymido(m): 10:41pm On Jul 13, 2020
if you like meet all the requirement, if you no know persin na OYO you dey

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by omunabo(m): 12:19am On Jul 14, 2020
Jobless police

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by hakeemhakeem(m): 3:46am On Jul 14, 2020
What about those officer I always see with bow legs and bend legs is it police job bow and bend it

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by BigDick70inch(m): 4:02am On Jul 14, 2020
jaeybee98:
Are you being sarcastic or serious?


Yeah!!what exactly have those got to do with policing??
Haven't u seen a police with either of those in naija??
Dos it make dem less effective huh??

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by JerryLegend(m): 6:38am On Jul 14, 2020
I have no comment, but abeg make dem try stick to the 5 credit o'level minimum requirement. E get why

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by idris646(m): 6:46am On Jul 14, 2020
must it be O Level, how about Unemployed graduates, wey choq for street
Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by phemmyfour: 6:53am On Jul 14, 2020
RTSC:
What has height, bow leg, K leg and teeth got to do with proper policing?
For the legs, they won't be able to stand for long. An average police officer should be able to stand for at least 9hrs at a check point

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by ybalogs(m): 7:23am On Jul 14, 2020
*One of the most prudent things you should do for yourself in Nigeria today is keeping out of trouble. One of the worst things that can happen to a person is to be sent to jail in Nigeria.*

*Jail in Nigeria is halfway house to hell. Maryam Sanda will probably never be executed, most Governor's do not sign the death warrant anymore. Orji Kalu Uzor will probably never serve full-time.*


*But still Nigerian prisons are like Nazi concentration camps. The food is calamitous, healthcare is none existent.*

*I have seen a prisoner holding his eye ball in his hand, it was still attached to his eye socket by a tendril. Someone used a spoon to scoop out his eye ball in a fight. The nurse was off duty. Nobody cared, he died.*

*I had a client once who was remanded in prison. He was HIV positive and did not tell me. Maybe that would have been further grounds for bail. He could not take his drugs and he relapsed. Before I could try to get him out it was too late, he died.*

*The food given to prisoners is not fit for human consumption, even animals should not be made to eat such rubbish. Meanwhile, huge sums of money has been budgeted for feeding prisoners.*

*Avoid trouble, infact, flee from trouble. Anything that will involve police charging you to court is trouble. If you can kill a matter in the police station, by all means do it. Stop shouting,*

*"I know my right!"*

*This is Nigeria. Your right and left can change anytime.*

*Police will definitely ask for big money, if you have it and you suspect your case is not very solid kill the matter there. Even if you think you have a good case, this is Nigeria.*

*If your lawyer is shouting,*

*"we will meet in court!" in Police station tell him to calm down.*

*It is your case, not his. The use of "we," is merely figurative. He will not stand in the accused box with you.*

*Remember, it is not what you know that matters in court, it is what you can prove. Besides, this is Nigeria. Ihedioha can testify.*

*I was attacked once by a pedestrian in Lagos. The car I was inside brushed him slightly. I was not the one driving. I just told him to be more careful.*

*That is how the guy attacked me. He threw 4 punches, I blocked two and dodged two.*

*I had the opportunity to counter punch but I did not. I am not Anthony Joshua. A police man eventually stopped him. I quickly removed myself from the scene.*

*I was happy enough I was not going home with a broken jaw, neither was I being charged for assault. Sometimes it is better to let some things go.*

*I do not mean that you should turn to everyone's foot mat, but if you are going to take up an issue, ensure you are blameless, or almost blameless.*

*Avoid wahala. If people are beating up a thief do not join, or even stand and watch, even if it is your property that was stolen.*

*If someone hits your car don't start fighting because of that.*

*Do not lend people money. It hardly ends well.*

*Do not surety people you don't absolutely trust.*

*Avoid too much night movement, and partying and clubbing.*

*Avoid people who cannot control their alcohol, they always start brawls.*

*Realize that a bad situation can always get worse, or better, depending on how you handle it.*

*Avoid people who talk too much.*

*Be wary with your speech. Do not talk about people behind their backs.*

*Always assume that someone is recording your speech and videoing your actions.*

*Even if someone comes with negative gossip about another person, do not say anything. If you talk, it is what you said that will somehow find its way to the person's ear.*

*Stop saying things like,*

*" Do you know who I am?"*

*"I no dey fear anybody!"*

*"My yes is my yes and my no is my no!"*

*Finally, remember to keep your anger and ego in check, the world does not revolve around you, it revolves around the sun �.*

Good morning all

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Ishilove: 7:37am On Jul 14, 2020
ybalogs:
*One of the most prudent things you should do for yourself in Nigeria today is keeping out of trouble. One of the worst things that can happen to a person is to be sent to jail in Nigeria.*

*Jail in Nigeria is halfway house to hell. Maryam Sanda will probably never be executed, most Governor's do not sign the death warrant anymore. Orji Kalu Uzor will probably never serve full-time.*


*But still Nigerian prisons are like Nazi concentration camps. The food is calamitous, healthcare is none existent.*

*I have seen a prisoner holding his eye ball in his hand, it was still attached to his eye socket by a tendril. Someone used a spoon to scoop out his eye ball in a fight. The nurse was off duty. Nobody cared, he died.*

*I had a client once who was remanded in prison. He was HIV positive and did not tell me. Maybe that would have been further grounds for bail. He could not take his drugs and he relapsed. Before I could try to get him out it was too late, he died.*

*The food given to prisoners is not fit for human consumption, even animals should not be made to eat such rubbish. Meanwhile, huge sums of money has been budgeted for feeding prisoners.*

*Avoid trouble, infact, flee from trouble. Anything that will involve police charging you to court is trouble. If you can kill a matter in the police station, by all means do it. Stop shouting,*

*"I know my right!"*

*This is Nigeria. Your right and left can change anytime.*

*Police will definitely ask for big money, if you have it and you suspect your case is not very solid kill the matter there. Even if you think you have a good case, this is Nigeria.*

*If your lawyer is shouting,*

*"we will meet in court!" in Police station tell him to calm down.*

*It is your case, not his. The use of "we," is merely figurative. He will not stand in the accused box with you.*

*Remember, it is not what you know that matters in court, it is what you can prove. Besides, this is Nigeria. Ihedioha can testify.*

*I was attacked once by a pedestrian in Lagos. The car I was inside brushed him slightly. I was not the one driving. I just told him to be more careful.*

*That is how the guy attacked me. He threw 4 punches, I blocked two and dodged two.*

*I had the opportunity to counter punch but I did not. I am not Anthony Joshua. A police man eventually stopped him. I quickly removed myself from the scene.*

*I was happy enough I was not going home with a broken jaw, neither was I being charged for assault. Sometimes it is better to let some things go.*

*I do not mean that you should turn to everyone's foot mat, but if you are going to take up an issue, ensure you are blameless, or almost blameless.*

*Avoid wahala. If people are beating up a thief do not join, or even stand and watch, even if it is your property that was stolen.*

*If someone hits your car don't start fighting because of that.*

*Do not lend people money. It hardly ends well.*

*Do not surety people you don't absolutely trust.*

*Avoid too much night movement, and partying and clubbing.*

*Avoid people who cannot control their alcohol, they always start brawls.*

*Realize that a bad situation can always get worse, or better, depending on how you handle it.*

*Avoid people who talk too much.*

*Be wary with your speech. Do not talk about people behind their backs.*

*Always assume that someone is recording your speech and videoing your actions.*

*Even if someone comes with negative gossip about another person, do not say anything. If you talk, it is what you said that will somehow find its way to the person's ear.*

*Stop saying things like,*

*" Do you know who I am?"*

*"I no dey fear anybody!"*

*"My yes is my yes and my no is my no!"*

*Finally, remember to keep your anger and ego in check, the world does not revolve around you, it revolves around the sun �.*

Good morning all
All well and good, but I fail to see how this post is connected to the topic on ground.

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by merieam16(f): 9:44am On Jul 14, 2020
RTSC:
What has height, bow leg, K leg and teeth got to do with proper policing?
er u minding dem, buh dey recuit dumb people with low IQ dat doesn't av value 4 human lifes

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Vyzz: 9:49am On Jul 14, 2020
grin



I didn't see long arms.....




The need to add it here cuz this policemen surely knows how to stretch it for the 20 naira

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Nobody: 9:57am On Jul 14, 2020
hakeemhakeem:
What about those officer I always see with bow legs and bend legs is it police job bow and bend it
grin grin grin Lmfao!
Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by falcon01: 10:09am On Jul 14, 2020
how bout visible Tattoos? like on the arm and neck?
Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Masking: 10:35am On Jul 14, 2020
Na which kain ther dey find?
How many nigerian get straight leg

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by seanwilliam(m): 10:51am On Jul 14, 2020
ybalogs:
*One of the most prudent things you should do for yourself in Nigeria today is keeping out of trouble. One of the worst things that can happen to a person is to be sent to jail in Nigeria.*


*"My yes is my yes and my no is my no!"*

*Finally, remember to keep your anger and ego in check, the world does not revolve around you, it revolves around the sun �.*

Good morning all
nairaland quote of the month
Ishilove:

All well and good, but I fail to see how this post is connected to the topic on ground.
I for abuse you this morning.. but I dey act according to ybalogs advice..

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Re: 12 Classes Of Nigerians Banned From Applying For Police Constable Jobs (details) by Comedian2019: 11:32am On Jul 14, 2020
What about those who can not take bribe?

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